RWAs complain of low water pressure and empty tanks

  • | Monday | 2nd October, 2023

GREATER NOIDA: Residents of Sector 3, Delta 2, Alpha and Gamma complained of low water pressure, saying it has been disrupting daily life and making it difficult to do daily chores, including washing, cleaning, and cooking.Manish Bhati, the vice president of Sector Delta 2 Resident Welfare Association (RWA), said that the water pressure is so low that it does not even reach the first floor of plotted houses in the sector. People are having to carry water in buckets as the tanks are empty. Despite, complaining to the authority, no action has been taken, said Bhati.Officials from the authority said that while pipe leakage work in Sector 3 is taking time, there are areas which are facing low pressure due to supply shutdown during repair work. The issues will be addressed soon.We also published the following articles recentlyDenim sector facing the blues due to low liquidityDenim manufacturers in Gujarat, India, are facing a liquidity crunch due to delayed payments and low demand. The sector has experienced its worst phase in 15 years, with some units considering stopping production if demand does not improve. The slowdown is affecting expansion plans, and denim exports and domestic sales have dropped by 30% due to factors such as the Russia-Ukraine war and a shift in consumer preferences. The oversupply of denim, reduced inventory by retailers and importers, and crashing denim prices have also contributed to the crisis.Low pressure over Bay of Bengal brings rainA fresh low pressure area has formed over the Bay of Bengal, bringing light to moderate rain in several places. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicts heavy to very heavy rain in some districts until Monday, with the system possibly intensifying into a well-marked low pressure in the next two days. The IMD also forecasts the formation of another low pressure system over the Andaman Sea and Bay of Bengal on September 30, which could bring more rainfall to the state of Odisha.Shutdown to repair leakages mandatory to save water: EngrsThe Public Health and Engineering Department (PHED) had to shut down Bisalpur services multiple times this year due to leakages in the main pipeline. Engineers stated that these shutdowns are necessary to minimize water wastage. The water level in Bisalpur dam is not satisfactory, and engineers are trying to ensure that this water reaches Jaipur households until the next monsoon season. Despite good rainfall in Jaipur, the catchment areas did not experience the same, resulting in a shortage of water. The shutdowns are aimed at preventing further wastage of water.

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