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Navy installs six RO Plants for community use

[April 08 2017]

Sri Lanka Navy had installed six more Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants under its community welfare project at the villages of Diwulankadawala Dharmajayanthi Viharaya, Wadigeweva in Medirigiriya, and Nawa Vilana Pulliyagoda Rajamaha Viharaya in Dimbulagala, Madatugama in Kekirawa, Wellamudawa in Thirappane , said the navy media.

Presidential Task Force on Prevention of Chronic Kidney Disease and the Ministry of Buddhasasana made financial assistance to install RO plants and 4185 families living in those areas will be benefited with the project.

Up-to-date Sri Lanka Navy's Research and Development Unit had installed a total of 185 RO facilities across the country facilitating over 86,586 families and 64,581 school children with safe drinking water.

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