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Pattaya Bay Water Turns Black Due to Wastewater Discharge


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6 hours ago, webfact said:

Nongyai reassured the public that the treatment plant resumed its normal operations soon after the repairs were completed, and measures are now in place to prevent such incidents from recurring.

Ok, Nice! Does the big child think the measures can be put in place at all other places that might create the same problem in the future, or is taking precautions a big taboo here?

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6 hours ago, jacko45k said:

Had a friend with  a condo that overlooked Jomtien bay and he commented that early morning he always saw dirty water being discharge out to the sea..... probably happened most of the night. 

It Happens 24/7 M8 !!


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I visited Pattaya over a decade ago. I stubbed my foot on the footpath and a couple of days later it was infected.


So I thought I would wash it out in the sea with the salt water. I only waded in to my ankles and spotted three used condoms, a dead frog and other assorted rubbish. 

Amazes me people swim in the filth. A mix of turds, urine and semen from all different corners of the globe.

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10 hours ago, webfact said:

a result of wastewater discharge from a local sewage treatment plant.


Great for the tourists and ex-pats - a quick dip in the sea with a mouthful of sewage before breakfast!!

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6 hours ago, nobodysfriend said:


But anyway , world class rip-off hospitals are close ...

Agree with the Family Destination farce, however totally disagree with your assessment of rip-off hospitals.


Bangkok Hospital provides excellent, professional service and care. Prices are fair and reasonable. Have had a root canal, ENT, an overnight stay with a 1 hour surgery...and more recently a 5 hour surgery (with 2 specialists) and 10 day stay. Superb all-around. Not a single complaint and the estimates were higher than the actual final cost for both surgeries. Top shelf👍

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