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Bottled water sold with unidentified particles

Mawanella Hemmathagama people found drinking water bottles with unidentified particles in the water.

The drinking water bottles have been produced on November 02, 2017 in a Kegalle factory with instructions that water bottles are suitable to be used for consumption up to one year. The expiry dates on the bottle also mention the same date.

According to the information received, some other water bottles identical to these with same expiry dates and pieces inside the water contaminating it were discovered in other Kegalle shops and Daily News contacted the Manager of the company, Vimal Perera to inquire about this situation.

The manager said, that they are committed in working towards giving good products for the people.

He said, "we also take this product through a a health care system check up before releasing to the market. There are no poisonous chemicals in our water bottles. But we are producing water bottles which suit the health of the people through a natural method but at some point there is some problem with some bottled water bottles. Therefore, we will correct it promptly".

However, these bottles are already sold in almost every town in Kegalle, where this same company is selling these water bottles to houses and to shops. But the public points out that those responsible for this pollution should be taken into consideration as it is already three months since the product has been manufactured.

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