Pure and healthy drinking water has become a valuable gift nowadays. On 21st August 2019, students of 7th class were taken to a field trip to Rainy Mineral Water Plant, Pangra, Nizamabad.
Rainy Mineral Water plant is a small water purification plant in Pangra village, Nizamabad. Students of Presidency were very thrilled to visit the plant. They liked the picturesque beauty of the place very much.
“Children were very excited as they came to know about water purification process,” said Maheshwari teacher. She also added, “I felt very happy to know about the process of water purification done in a natural way using sand and charcoal instead of chemicals.”
Municipal water, commonly called tap water, is not safe and hygienic nowadays because of improper maintenance of water tanks and pipelines, etc. Given this, mineral water has become imperative as an alternative to municipal water.
“It was so interesting. We saw different types of filters and came to know how the water is purified. We came to know how water is packed in small pouches also,” exclaimed Abhinay student of 7th Kingfishers. He also added, “Owner of the plant was very kind and spoke to us very politely.”
Archana teacher joyously expressed, “I was very pleased about the trip. We were received very warmly and cordially by the manager. He answered all the questions put to him by our students very nicely and patiently.”
“It was a very informative trip. Manager of the plant has given a very satisfying answer to my question about from where they get the water. He said that they got it from underground water resources,” said Kumaradutta of Ospreys.
When asked about what made him start mineral water plant, the manager said, “Today, municipal water is not pure enough. People are avoiding it because sometimes it is heavily contaminated with the sewage water. In some places, pipelines are not properly maintained. Therefore, we thought of starting the mineral water plant.”
There is a misconception among the people that the packaged water we get is mineral water. It is devoid of minerals. It is sort of purified drinking water. So, still called mineral water is a great substitute for municipal water to quench the thirst of masses.
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