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Kamala canal runs black despite new B58mn wastewater-treatment plant coming online

By Khunanya Wanchanwet

 

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The Pak Bang Canal through Kamala is black again. Photo: Supplied

 

PHUKET: The Deputy Chief of the Kamala Tambon Administration Organisation (OrBorTor), Nopporn Karuna, claims that the black water in the Pak Bang Canal that runs through Kamala is clean after it has been passed through the wastewater-treatment plant that has now been installed across the canal.

 

The water that is being emptied onto Kamala Beach is clean, he says.

 

“Children can play in it,” Mr Nopporn assured.

 

Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/kamala-canal-runs-black-despite-new-b58mn-wastewater-treatment-plant-coming-online-74832.php

 

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Would that include his own children, or did he sell them as slaves already?

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What a <deleted>hole.

He truly believes children can swim in it what a tool.

Treatment plant is obviously not working Sherlock.

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Why don't Nopporn take a dip in that tar and then dry himself in feathers?

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2 hours ago, rickudon said:

Never seen 'black algae'........

Never owned a pool?

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Kamala is a dump. I feel bad for those stuck with overpriced properties in that area. 

It's the local Muslim population. They couldn't give a <deleted> about cleanliness. Just look at any Muslim community on the island. Trash piled upon trash in their narrow sois. 

 

 

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On 2/17/2020 at 12:15 AM, Old Croc said:

Never owned a pool?

Swimming pool? I presume you mean. You can get blackish microbial films on surfaces, which may contain a few algal cells, but mainly they are bacteria and fungii. I have never seen black WATER, unless there is gross pollution, and it isn't algae - unless it is very dead...

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1 hour ago, rickudon said:

Swimming pool? I presume you mean. You can get blackish microbial films on surfaces, which may contain a few algal cells, but mainly they are bacteria and fungii. I have never seen black WATER, unless there is gross pollution, and it isn't algae - unless it is very dead...

What a silly response.

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