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Beltecno is participating in Japan Water Supply Association National Conference

[fa icon="calendar'] October 26, 2017 at 1:32 PM / by Arjun Pokhrel posted in Application of Stainless Steel Tanks, Beltecno stainless steel tanks, Cost of stainless steel tanks, replacement of FRP or SMC tanks, stainless steel water tanks, Pure drinking water, Japan Water Supply Association National Conference, Beltecno Global, Takamatsu Water Supply Exhibition

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2017 Takamatsu Water Supply Exhibition

Date: 26th October 2017 Time: 9:00 〜17:00

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Most Common and Dangerous Water Related Diseases that Hit India Every Year

[fa icon="calendar'] August 18, 2017 at 6:00 PM / by Ankur Verma posted in Beltecno stainless steel tanks, replacement of FRP or SMC tanks, stainless steel water tanks, Importance of pure drinking water, water quality in india, water quality and tank, India Smart City Project and Beltecno India, waterborne disease

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"What will our next generation say if they find out we knew, and did nothing ? "  Make your voice heard !!

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Replacement of FRP Tank by Stainless Steel Tank in Dhulabari Jhapa, Nepal

[fa icon="calendar'] May 18, 2017 at 1:25 PM / by Arjun Pokhrel posted in replacement of FRP or SMC tanks, stainless steel water tanks, best option for huge water tank

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What'd be the best replacement?!

The massive destructive Nepal earthquake, the magnitude of 7.8 occurred on April 25, 2015. It was also known as the Gorkha earthquake, nearly 9,000 people were killed and nearly 22,000 people were injured. It was the worst natural disaster to strike Nepal since 1934. Hundreds of thousands of people were made homeless with collapsed villages across many districts of the country. Many public and private properties were destroyed. Among them, the overhead water storage tank, the capacity of 480000L was also damaged in Dhulabri, Jhapa, the Easter part of Nepal. The water tank was used to supply water in the Dhulabri society, around 3867houses. After earthquake damage, the supply of water was totally disturbed and many localities had faced the water supply problem.

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