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New Delhi, August 18, 2016. Coca-Cola’s second largest bottling plant in India has shut production due to pollution violations, the India Resource Center can confirm after a visit to the plant yesterday. The closure of the Coca-Cola bottling plant located in Dasna in Hapur district in Uttar Pradesh, just 60   Read More ...

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For three days, a blackish water flows from taps in the city of Mbour, Senegal. The population is forced to buy bottled water for consumption. At the request of ADDEA (association for the defense of water and sanitation) and the Senegalese Social Forum, a bailiff reported that the water distributed   Read More ...

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India has the world’s highest number of people without access to clean water, imposing a major financial burden for some of the country’s poorest people. According to the Water Aid, an international charity that strives to improve access to safe water, as well as hygiene and sanitation, there are 75.8   Read More ...

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On 10th April, a serious tap water pollution incident occurred in the northwestern Chinese city of Lanzhou and an unexpected high level of benzene continent was found. The test result released by Lanzhou Veolia Water Company showed that the level of benzene in the tap water was 200 mg/L, 20   Read More ...

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