New Cleaning Stations Couldn't Improve Drinking Water Quality in Dilijan

New Cleaning Stations Couldn't Improve Drinking Water Quality in Dilijan

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It turns out that the implemented project on the construction of cleaning stations in Dilijan has no relation with the quality of the water used by the town residents and guests. Again and again they are beating an alarm signal that they have muddy water flowing from their taps, which is a seasonal phenomenon. Point 10 of the report of the State Committee on Water Industry for 2014 says that cleaning stations were constructed in Jermuk and Dilijan towns in the frames of “Water Projects for Small Communities in Armenia” funded by the European Investment Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

We would like to draw the attention of development banks to the need of monitoring of projects they fund and examinations whether the situation with water has really improved in the communities, where the projects have been implemented.

14:07 April 15, 2015


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