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After years, Pattaya village is still experiencing sewage nightmares

Despite little attempts from the authorities, wastewater frequently enters Daraphan Village 5 from the neighboring Eakmongkol Village 8. In order to transport the effluent into the Pattaya city sewers, officials had previously agreed to install the necessary pipework. During his campaign this year, one Pattaya mayoral candidate promised to address the city’s flooding and garbage issues.
However, after visiting both communities this week, Pattaya’s deputy mayor and city council members discovered that the pipes were ineffective. The path into Daraphan 5 was still being filled with sewage. For for almost 7 years, a village in East Pattaya has experienced terrible sewage issues, and nothing is improving. Sludge-filled murky waterways surrounded Jomtien. He lost the election for the city, nevertheless.

The poor Daraphan people have been afflicted by a sewage crisis for at least 7 years, but Deputy Mayor Manote Nongyai hasn’t maintained any of his promises to them up to this point. Sewage issues plague a number of Pattaya neighborhoods. For the residents of Daraphan, hope is still bleak due to leaders’ hollow promises. The various “solutions” that officials have proposed to the issues are, at best, jokes.
In order to prevent untreated wastewater and black sewage from flowing into Jomtien Beach’s beachfront in 2019, officials packed sandbags into a sewage outlet.
To find a long-term solution to the issue, the authorities acknowledged there was more work to be done. Social media was flooded with horrifying footage and images.

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