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Energy Ministry Firm on Maintaining Water Quality

Currently more than 800 high-tech laboratories assess the potable water’s quality 24/7 and plans are underway to increase their efficiency
Iran's water quality complies with that of the World Health Organization standards.Iran's water quality complies with that of the World Health Organization standards.

Energy officials will never sacrifice water quality for the sake of quantity, a top energy official said.
Addressing a panel on "Water Quality, Life Quality, Social Security" held in Tehran, Deputy Energy Minister Sattar Mahmoudi said the quality of potable water is the ministry's redline and it will never allow it to be overshadowed by quantitative concerns, ILNA reported on Monday. 
According to the official, under critical circumstances, the ministry may decide to reduce the quantity of drinkable water, but the quality will always be a top priority.
Pointing to the importance of the issue, Mahmoudi said, "Producing quality tap water is like a long-term investment to promote social welfare and health."

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