T 大字体2017-09-14 11:09:47 五毛网
Im tired of hearing online how our country lacks toilets. EVERY FUCKINGTIME WE HAVE SOMETHING GOOD GOING FOR US A PAKISTANI/CHINESE WILL COMMENT HOW WE DON'T HAVE ENOUGH TOILETS! and as much as I would love to refute him/her it's TRUE! :(
So what is going on? how can we solve this? and how much does this cost us? Why do we not think of this as tied heavily to our national image? It has been decades since independance and why are we still so behind this? Does China have this issue as well?
It will cost a lot to upgrade the sewage system and it will not happen at once. Each town and village will have to take part in the change itself. Months of work is required the roads will be dug which will be a problem in itself and most importantly money is required but corruption will take most of it away.
In short modern sewage system will be construed (or upgraded) slowly and will take decades to complete.
My hometown had a sewage system built 3-4 years ago. Right now there are a HUGE number of complaints of clogged drains and backflow. Luckily we never took the connection to the sewage system as my dad was skeptical it would work and wanted others to try first.
Your father is a smart man. It really is a shame that we cannot trust our own government to provide us with better living standards.
You mean to say you have a septic tank at your house? And if there is a sewage system provided by the city one does not need a septic tank?
I just want to remove doubts/gaps in my knowledge so correct me if I am wrong.
Yeah we do. If your city provides an efficient and reliable sewage system and you are draining all your effluents in that then I can think of no reason to keep a septic tank. I am no expert on sewage systems though so google would be a better source.
I like that word it doesn't sound even half as crude as its meaning.
It took Europe about a century.