Dangerous drinking water

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In one case, 87 people from the Nubarashen-neighbourhood in Yerevan, Armenia, had to receive medical treatment, in another inhabitants of the villages Nor Kharberd and Ayntap had to call the ambulance.
In both cases the drinking water from Yerevan Djur (Yerevan Water CSC) was heavily polluted. Sara Petrosyan took a closer look at the incidents – and what happened afterwards.
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Kiev water – not a 100 per cent healthy

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From a scientific point of view the water treatment in Kyiv is not up to present international technical standards, but – well – you can brush your teeth and drink a cup….. and get a taste of clorine. So the Ukrainian market for water filters is now 80 million USD and growing at a rate of 30-40 percent per year!

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