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Aid supplies on way to Zhouqu

08-11-2010 08:59 BJT

People from across China are reaching out to those affected by the mudslide in Gansu province. Relief supplies have been sent from every corner of the country, to the disaster-hit area.

The mudslide has polluted local drinking water in Zhouqu, the disaster-hit county. A Tianshui company that makes equipment to purify water, has sent 5 purifying stations to Gansu.

Wang Zhiqiang, Deputy GM of Tianqing Environment-Protection Tech. said "This equipment will help disinfect water sources. It can guarantee drinking water for 20 thousand people a day."

An enterprise in Wuxi, Jiangsu province, donated 100 electricity machines to aid the rescue efforts.

One tech-staff said "This equipment can illuminate for at least 5 hours."

A company in Yangzhou, Jiangsu province, is compiling aid materials. Staff are working around the clock to produce 2500 tents for the disaster-hit area.

Guo Fuzheng, GM of Jiangsu Acme Outdoor said "Our workers used to leave at 6 o'clock, now they are still working to ensure tents can be sent to the disaster-hit area as soon as possible."

Other aid supplies including clothing, shoes, flashlights and other necessities and equipment are also en route to Gansu.

Editor:Xiong Qu |Source: CNTV.CN

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