324 water samples sent for lab tests

LAHORE – The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) has sent drinking water samples collected from across the province to the laboratory for tests.

PFA Director General Noor ul Amin Mengal said that these water samples were collected under an ongoing drive. He said that PFA’s watchdogs collected drinking water samples from 324 places in Punjab including hospitals, Wasa plants, houses and mineral water companies. He said that PFA had shared previous laboratory report with all concerned departments, including Wasa. Mengal stated that Wasa had sought time for improving the conditions where water results were not satisfactory. He said that PFA has made proper and complete system of testing and sampling all essential commodities. PFA will share laboratory results / reports with public after completing the procedure, the DG said.


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