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CHENNAI, MARCH 11. The Theosophical Order of Service will distribute three reverse osmosis plants with a capacity of 20,000 litres a day to tsunami-affected villages in Nagapattinam district.
At a function held on Thursday at the Theosophical Society here, N.K. Ranganath, Chief Executive Officer of Grundfos Pumps, handed over a letter donating pumps for the project.
Radha Burnier, international president of the society, handed over the maintenance contract to Tirumalai Charity Trust. The trust will operate and maintain the plants.
Earlier, Canadian Waterworks donated a plant with a capacity of 30,000 litres a day for Akkaraipettai in Nagapattinam district. R. Santhanam, State Relief Commissioner, spoke on the relief efforts in the villages and lauded the society's efforts.
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