The meeting was informed that sea water
was creating multiple problems and devastation when water level of Indus dried below Kotri Barrage.
'We are living on the bank of the River Indus, which is now filled with sea water
. Since there is no sweet water flowing in the Indus at its tail end, the sea water
is gushing back to the water bed,' said Noor Mohammad Thaheemor, a farmer from Kharo Chan.
In a bid to draw public attention to the beach and sea water
restoration in the once-crowded tourist attraction, Minister of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction Chea Sophara on March 29-31 led more than 3,000 officials from the ministry's departments throughout the country to visit the beaches and four water treatment plants.
Industrial toxic and sewerage wastes are being put into the sea, owing to which sea water
is being contaminated and becoming toxic.
figure By ABIUD OCHIENG Should salt producing companies pay levies for the enormous amounts of sea water
they use in the production of salt?This is the question three companies, popular with their table salt brands, want the courts to determine.This is after the Water Resources Authority (WRA), formerly known as Water Resources Management Authority (Warma), demanded that they pay hefty amounts for use of sea water
to produce the salt.
Second is thermal expansion of sea water
when it warms.
Al-Furaij, addressing the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Water Resources Ministers' meeting, said Kuwait sought to provide sustainable water supplies through sea water
All kinds of industries are being established in this heavily crowded and congested city especially the chemical factories which emit tonnes of poisonous gases to pollute the air and they are throwing chemical wastage (liquid and solids) in the sewerage water which is drained to the Arabian Sea polluting the sea water
. Thus the entire air and water of our city is under the grip of a permanent threat of becoming dangerous to human life and it also a major cause of heat stoke because these poisonous gases damage ozone layer.
ECNEC also approved 5 Millions of Gallons per Day Reverse Osmosis Sea Water
Plant for Gwadar City at a total cost of 5,071.43 million rupees.
Concrete structures in such locations are always required to withstand physical, chemical and mechanical action of sea water
under varying environmental condition throughout their lifespan (Setina, Gabrene, and Juhnevica 2013).
The authority announced via Twitter that its main emergency committee is following up the phenomenon of red tide in the sea water
in the wilayat of Barka.