Filthy water flowing to Cha-Am beach is natural not from hotels, district chief

Filthy water flowing to Cha-Am beach is natural not from hotels, district chief

 

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The Cha-Am district chief and his entourage went to investigate after social media posts suggested that sewage was flowing into the sea at the popular beach resort north of Hua Hin. 

 

Khajornsak Somboon admitted it was smelly but said it was natural in origin. It was not effluent from hotels or businesses. 

 

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He said that it was waterlogged water that has built up behind a klong due to water levels and release valves being different. 

 

When waves forced their way into the system the filthy water flowed out to the beach. 

 

The authorities are now looking for a solution. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

 

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