Patong municipality reports untreated wastewater from Kalim hotel to police – VIDEO

VIDEO: Bong Marquez

The video of the untreated wastewater bursting on Kalim beach on Sunday afternoon has caused an official report made to Patong police.

A Facebook user “Bong Marquez” posted a video of the black water gurgling up through the sands at Kalim Beach and into the Patong Bay on Sunday. The video has had 230,000 views.

Patong’s Mayor Chalermluck Kebsup (whom The Thaiger called out when we posted Khun Bong’s video) yesterday inspected the beach where she identified the source of wastewater was from Kalim Bay Residences. She says the water treatment system for the municipality is still working and nothing was broken.

“Today we will report this to police. We have also ordered the hotel to fix their broken wastewater treatment system within one week.”

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