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Defluorination plant opened in Warangal dist

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HYDERABAD: Mr O.P. Goenka, President of Federation of Andhra Pradesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FAPCCI), inaugurated a defluorination plant in Gangadevipalli village in Geesugonda mandal of Warangal district on Tuesday.

The plant was set up with the help of Tata Projects Ltd, a FAPCCI member. "We adopted the village to fulfil our corporate social responsibility," a FAPCCI release said here on Wednesday.

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