The current sewerage system in Fergana and Margilan is also used by Tashlak and nearby districts. There is one treatment plant covering these cities which was built in the 1970s and because of the aging infrastructure and inadequate maintenance the sewage treatment facility is only operating at 20% of its designed capacity. The treated sewage has high levels of pollutants. Sewage is discharged into the nearby river when the sewage treatment facility is non-operational. Due to frequent sewer breakage, the surrounding streets and land are highly polluted. Where expansion has occurred in the cities, these areas have not been covered by the sewerage system.
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