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"Last April and May a lot many cases of typhoid were reported. Majority of cases happened because residents were forced to use water from the bore well due to water cuts," he said.
Sanjay Kulkarni, PCMC deputy engineer, stated that the corporation has undertaken capping of garbage at the landfill site to stop generation of leachate. "We have completed capping of garbage in the first phase, and have asked for budgetary provision for the same in this year's budget. Once the garbage is capped, it would not be exposed to air, and leachate would not be formed," he said.
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