Moroccan Prime Minister Saadeddine Othmani stressed yesterday that drinking water in Morocco is safe for human consumption, Almaghrib Today reported.

Othmani denied the “false news” about the contamination of drinking water taken from Sidi Mohamed Bin Abdullah Dam in Rabat.

During a meeting at the Bouregreg water purification facility organized by the National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water, the official told the people of Morocco: “You are in good hands when it comes to drinking water”.

In an attempt to reassure citizens, El Othmani said that one of the quality control regulations at the facility states: “All workers are strictly prohibited from bringing in bottled water, since they drink the water that was treated at the station and that they have watched over its filtration themselves.

Source: middleeastmonitor


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