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03 October 2012 :: 14:10:44 pm 67125

Sattahip Gets Stingy with Fresh Water Supply

The Sattahip water company is resorting to trucking in fresh water for residents with chronic water shortages, especially in higher-elevation villages. The problem is that the water company has not been granted a permit to build another water plant, despite its repeated requests.
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SATTAHIP – October 2, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; a press conference was held by Sattahip water company officials to explain the reasons behind chronic water shortages. Speaking to reporters was Mr. Paisarn Yeewah, senior manager of Universal Utility Co., Ltd. (UU), the company in charge of the Sattahip water supply system. Other company officials were Khun Inthranee Paholpholpayuhasena, the information manager; and Khun Prajak Amornkul, the senior employee of relation activity.

For many years, Sattahip residents have endured chronic water shortages. On some days, water from household taps would flow only at night, or not at all. The erratic water supply was especially acute at villages in high elevations.

Residents have been complaining continuously to the water supply company with no results. People have resorted to buying water from private companies, and they hope the added living expense is only temporary.

Currently Sattahip’s water company cannot produce enough clean water to meet the needs of its 20,300 water users. The problem is that the company’s repeated requests to expand production power has not been granted by the Region of Water Supply that has owned the water concession since 2009.

During the past 3 years, UU has submitted the same request several times to build another water plant, but its request has not been granted. On September 5, 2012 UU had submitted their latest petition to the administration of Region of Water Supply to urgently consider their request to relieve the inadequate water supply for Sattahip residents. But the company has still not received any cooperation.

UU would like to inform Sattahip residents that UU and East Water company are trying to solve the immediate problem. They are coordinating with a local organization to bring water trucks for people, especially those living in villages in high elevations. UU is also setting up equipment to check for water pressure, and has arranged for the company officers to produce water in full capacity 24 hours a day. For now, this solution is the best they can do.

For a permanent solution, UU needs the permit from the Region of Water Supply to build another water plant. In the meantime, company officials want to inform Sattahip people that UU acknowledges their hardships and apologizes for the inconveniences.

Universal Utility Co., Ltd. (UU) is the company affiliated to the company of managing and developing for water resources, with the Eastern Part (public) Co., Ltd. or East Water. It was established in1998 with the registered capital for 50 million THB, which increased to 510 million THB in 2001.
In the past, UU has been successful in administering the water supply and treating polluted water effectively with the knowledge of industry experts and technology development that meets international level standards.

The main objective of the water companies is to operate businesses using clean technology that does not adversely impact the environment, and to manage with good business principles that are clear, honest, responsible and competitive.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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