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Problem Of Water Supply In Crimea
28.11.2014 11:45
Problem Of Water Supply In Crimea
(Source: http://news.nado.ua)

The Chairman of the State Committee for Water Management and Land Reclamation of the Republic of Crimea Igor Weil said that the supplies of drinking water for the settlements would be enough last until April, according to TASS.

      “Today we have water supplies that will provide for uninterrupted water supply of absolutely all regions in accordance with the developed and approved operation modes of reservoirs, until April 1” – Weil stated. According to him, during the autumn period it proved impossible to get the amount of precipitations expected according to long-term observations. In February the Committee plans to revise the operation modes of reservoirs. The Crimean reservoirs of natural discharge currently contain 63.8 million cubic meters, and off-stream storage reservoirs contain 45.2 million cubic meters of water.


Sources: http://lenta.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Crimea     

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