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Respected sir,

We are from Visakhapatnam, and we do all kinds of water treatment works. We design borewell water treatment for utility purposes only and we want to establish a filtration system at a low budget. What treatment method can be used to remove chlorides, CL is 2240 ppm, hardness at 2380 ppm and Nitrate as NO3 at 72.6 ppm from the water? This is bore water and treatment is needed for utility purpose only.

Per day requirement is 75000 liters and filtration system running hours is 4 hours.

Could you kindly recommend a good design for us?

Thank you.

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Pettugodalu is a small village in Hukumpeta, a tribal mandal of Visakhapatnam District with 150 members. The village has 30 acres of the land, 100% dependent on rainfall. There is a stream passing at 200 feet distance to the land and at a depth of 70 feet where from June to January, water flows at 3 feet height. The villagers are ready to give half of acre of land for storing the water. But, the issue is that all the villagers are wage seekers, and cannot invest from their pockets. The panchayat has come forward to invest 10,000 rupees to bring the water to these 30 acres.

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I have 3 acres of land in Pulaparti village, Yellamanchli Mandal, Visakhapatnam. I dug a bore well in 2011. But my neighbour has complained to the electricity board that because of my borewell, his borewell water is insufficient.The distance between two borewell is 54 metres. My query is how much distance must there be between borewells?

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