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Bangalore: Expressing pleasure over the Lok Adalat’s decision to give more time to the hospitals to set up the liquid bio-waste treatment plants, the heads of various hospitals said it was a “big relief”.
“We are happy that our plea has been considered. We have started the process [to set up the plants] and this time, we will do all that is needed to ensure that the plants are set up. We have entrusted the work to the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) and have released the required amount,” Principal Secretary (Health and Family Welfare) I.R. Perumal said.
He said the drinking water and sewage lines of all the hospitals would be inspected and all old and corroded lines would be changed. “We have entrusted the work to BWSSB and it has promised to complete the work in seven months,” he added.
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