KARACHI - Siemens Pakistan has installed five water filtration plants in villages affected by floods, says a Press release.

Two plants were installed in Sujawal one in Civil Hospital Sujawal and the other in Govt Boys High School Sujawal while the rest were installed at the villages constructed by Pak Navy for flood victims at Belo Goth M.Khan Bijoro and Village Aelomallah near Sujawal as also at the High School Chur Jamali. Each water filtration plant can purify ten thousand liters of water everyday thus providing clean drinking water to thousands of villagers in these areas. The installation of these water filtration plants will greatly help in reducing water borne diseases and save countless lives. These plants which will require little maintenance and will have a life span of ten years.

Villagers in these areas expressed great happiness at the installation of these filtration plants which will make the available water in their areas drinkable.

 The students at the schools were also delighted by this facility and relieved that during the coming long hot summer they will have clean drinking water within the school premises. The filtration plants at the schools and hospital will also serve as filling stations for adjoining villages.

The Siemens team that installed these plants was thankful to Pakistan Navy for their help and cooperation in completing this important CSR project of the company.