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Grown with the use of contaminated and hazardous wastewater

Balochistan Food Authority destroys large amount of vegetables

The Balochistan Food Authority (BFA) has destroyed a huge amount of vegetables that were cultivated on 1,100 acres of land through the use of contaminated and hazardous wastewater. The Food Authority has accelerated its efforts against vegetable crops cultivated with contaminated sewage water, and discarded several ripen crops in the provincial capital of Quetta.

The action was taken at Samungli, Spinny, Sayab Road and their surroundings, during which different grown vegetable crops, including spinach, cauliflower, onion and others were discarded by the officials, while contaminated water resources to these fields were also disconnected.

The Balochistan authorities are conducting a crackdown against vegetables being grown with wastewater so that the public can be provided healthy, clean and fresh fruits and vegetables.


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