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Kabwe Main Canal Poised for Rehab

[Times of Zambia] There is an old furrow in Kabwe, a remnant of the town's oldest pieces of mining infrastructure, which was once used to ferry toxic and lead runoff from the closed local mining pits. But in recent years, the 'Ingalande' as the important Kabwe Main Canal is popularly known, has been blocked due to flooding and overgrown vegetation. Moreover, some members of the community are deposing waste in the canal, making it difficult for the flow of lead runoff and storm water.

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