IDLC installs Water Purification Plant at School in Khulna

Households in southwest Bangladesh are mainly dependent on a few rudimentary water technologies including Rain Water Harvesting (RWH), Pond Sand Filters (PSF), Reverse Osmosis (RO), and deep tube-wells and pond water for drinking purposes. But the technologies are expensive and barely affordable for the poor communities. They often suffer from diseases from drinking contaminated water.

IDLC Finance limited responded to the proposal of a school from Khulna and installed a water purification plant with the capacity of 250 LPH in the school premise for more than 750 students of Botbunia collegiate school in Khulna. Group CMO- Jane Alam Romel, Head of SME & Strategic Planning Mohammad Jobayer Alam, Deputy Head of SME Saifuddowla Mohammad Shamim, Khulna Branch Manager Rezaul Karim were present in the opening program from IDLC Finance limited along with the chairman of the school’s governing committee, teachers & students.

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