A special bus is helping thousands of Odisha Fani victims get clean water -- thanks to a giant purifier on board
- A special bus having a water purification system onboard has reached
Odishato help cyclone affected people drink clean water.
- The bus has the capacity to purify 40,000 litres of water in a day and can clean 2000 litre water in an hour
- A similar bus was used to help the flood-affected Kerala.
Mobile water purification bus developed by @CSIR_IND's Bhavnagar based national laboratory #CSMCRI reached #Odisha… https://t.co/T3KiyU7n6x— PIB in Gujarat (@PIBAhmedabad) 1557750862000
The 40- feet- long “mobile water purification bus” started from the coastal town of Bhavnagar in
A similar bus was used to help the flood-affected Kerala.
Cyclone Fani has been the strongest cyclone to hit India in 43 years. As many as 800,000 people were reportedly evacuated just before the cyclone made landfall in the eastern coast of India. In fact,