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We have a submersible motor for apartment housing for seven families in Chennai. The depth of the bore is more than 100ft. Most of the time the water is turbid. Water should be available at a depth of around 60 ft.
Any suggestions on what could be the cause for this? And what we can do to find out the issue?
I'm looking for some short-duration rainfall data for Chennai region. This is for a Ngo and cannot procure data from IMD. Kindly help me.
Thanks & Regards
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Hope you are doing well and safe during this current uncertainty
I am Vijay Krishna from Chennai, India. I would like to get your feedback with respect to current water scarcity issue faced in my apartment.
Problem Statement: 2 Borewell attempts failed to draw water from the ground. Lack of water for daily routine and household activities.
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