Fill the North Crimean Canal: a large water project is being completed in Crimea


A large project to supply water to the eastern Crimea for the construction of a main water supply, from discharges to the North Crimean Canal to Feodosia and Kerch, is entering the final stage. Its value exceeds 19 billion rubles. and implemented within the federal target program, the Minister of Construction and Architecture of Crimea Mikhail Khramov wrote on his Facebook account, describing the progress of construction.


He announced the construction of three water intakes in Dzhankoy and Nizhnegorsk districts with a total capacity of 200 thousand cubic meters. m of water per day and the construction of other engineering structures. The head of the department emphasized that although the project has not yet been fully implemented, since 2015, the wells of each of these water intakes have been operating and filling the North Crimean Canal. Now they are sending 100 thousand cubic meters to the channel. m of water per day.

According to him, the construction of five pumping stations (three will be in the Soviet and Kirovsky districts) and a water supply network with a length of 165 km is underway. According to them, water, after completion of construction, will go to Feodosia, Kerch and a number of other cities, bypassing the North Crimean canal.

97% completed the installation of a cast-iron pipeline in Vladislavovka in the Kirov region. The length of this section is 48 km. 98% completed laying of the polypropylene pipeline to Feodosia. Its length is 12,5 km.

- specified Khramov.

Khramov noted that work is already underway on the last, third, section of the conduit to Kerch. Its length exceeds 90 km. Commissioning is planned to be completed before the end of 2021.

Note that we are already have described situation around the main water supply system of Crimea. The total costs of the federal target programs in Crimea will amount to 425,6 billion rubles. As a result, 582 different objects should be erected.
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  1. Radikal Offline
    Radikal 4 July 2020 15: 46
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    It is not clear what source of water. sad
    1. Piramidon Offline
      Piramidon (Stepan) 4 July 2020 17: 24
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      Quote: Radikal
      It is not clear what source of water. sad

      Mostly underground sources. But what it threatens, plainly no one can calculate.
    2. 123 Offline
      123 (123) 5 July 2020 17: 26
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      It is not clear what source of water.

      Here is a little more detailed, including about underground sources hi

      https://youtu.be/jo_m-h_6xB8

      There, even from the plane, the reagents were sprayed, the rain was called. Perhaps a bit overdone. winked

  2. Radikal Offline
    Radikal 4 July 2020 18: 32
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    Quote: Piramidon
    Quote: Radikal
    It is not clear what source of water. sad

    Mostly underground sources. But what it threatens, plainly no one can calculate.

    That's it ... sad
  3. steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker 4 July 2020 20: 42
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    In 2013, the total water withdrawal amounted to 1553,78 million m³, including:

    water of the North Crimean Canal - 1346,3 million m³ (86,65%),
    local runoff - 136,38 million m³ (8,78%),
    groundwater - 68,54 million m³ (4,41%),
    seawater - 2,56 million m³ (0,16%).
    During transportation, 695,3 million m³ was lost, which amounted to 51,6% of the volume of water delivered through the North Crimean Canal. The volume of consumption amounted to:

    agriculture - 590,18 million m³ (77%),
    housing and communal services - 125,3 million m³ (16,4%),
    industry - 50,64 million m³ (6,6%).
    In 2014, water withdrawal decreased by five times - to 310 million m³, losses - to 16 million m³.

    In 2015, the total water withdrawal amounted to 253,46 million m³, including:

    from fresh surface sources - 138,47 million m³ (55%),
    groundwater - 95,13 million m³ (37%),
    seawater - 19,86 million m³ (8%).

    A lot is being built. Mad money is mastered. And how much water will be? From the article - 300 thousand cubic meters per day. Or maybe it is easier to return Ukraine to the borders of 1654 for such money?
    1. maidan.izrailovich (Maidan Izrailovich) 5 July 2020 04: 57
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      Or maybe it is easier to return Ukraine to the borders of 1654 for such money?

      Outskirts have no boundaries. Not 1654. No other. This is a fictional education. There should simply be a Russian-Polish (Hungarian) border and that’s it. And the citizens of the country? Who does not remember that he is Russian, everything is in Canada. Or anywhere, even to another planet. The territory on which this cancerous tumor formed is Russian land. And must be returned to its rightful owner. To the Russian people.
  4. Elephant Offline
    Elephant 4 July 2020 21: 00
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    In the heat, a lot of artesian water from the water intakes will simply evaporate from the open channel. It is better to lay large diameter pipes.
    1. Monster_Fat Offline
      Monster_Fat (What's the difference) 5 July 2020 03: 22
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      Wow. Water evaporates in the heat. For some reason, in Russia, they still do not give this attention when transporting and storing water. For example, in China, it has long been understood that with evaporation from the free surface, a huge amount of water is lost and therefore underground drinking water storages are built there and pipelines are laid to transport water to arid areas. But in Russia everything is the old-fashioned way - I dug it up, filled a hole with water - some of the water went into the ground, some evaporated, and something reached the consumer ..... why steaming with the technologies of the XNUMXst century will do. And most importantly - "money is properly spent" in someone’s pocket. yes Well, what about artesian water in the Crimea .... it will be salted quickly. In the USSR, this lesson has already been passed, now everything is over again ... but it’s a Russian tradition (or such a fun) to constantly step on the same rake.
      1. maidan.izrailovich (Maidan Izrailovich) 5 July 2020 05: 07
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        Quote: Monster_Fat
        Monster_Fat (Yes What Difference)

        Well, it’s useless for you to read an article. Anyway shit, you say .... crying
      2. shinobi Offline
        shinobi (Yuri) 5 July 2020 06: 55
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        The old man is an old man, but! And where without him. It's no secret that in central Russia, a sharply continental climate and a daily difference of 15-20 degrees are common. In the afternoon hell, at night a tree. So along the large rivers, canals, a window of large lakes and artificial reservoirs, these temperature swings are softened. You don’t have to go far for an example; I live in Angarsk. To Irkutsk, with its "Irkutsk Sea" (artificial reservoir in front of the Irkutsk Hydroelectric Power Station of the Angarsk Cascade), only 50 km, and the weather is completely different. It has been there for 40 years now as a microclimate. Evaporated water regularly rains the surrounding fields with rain. And so it is everywhere. Submerged water is the food for the fields around. Trees and plants due to what, in your opinion, grow? Not everything is so simple in fact, and the ancestors are only fools.
    2. maidan.izrailovich (Maidan Izrailovich) 5 July 2020 05: 02
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      Elephant
      In the heat, a lot of artesian water from the water intakes will simply evaporate from the open channel. It is better to lay large diameter pipes.

      Yes, you read the article ....
  5. gorenina91 Offline
    gorenina91 (Irina) 5 July 2020 15: 09
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    Fill the North Crimean Canal: a large water project is being completed in Crimea

    - The picture clearly shows that the pipelines are being laid (for now, two threads are clearly visible; but most likely there will be more) ...
    - But where will they get the water from ... - the topic author didn’t tell you ... - Well, pipes will be laid along the bottom of the sea .... - so then it was possible to slightly change the route of this water supply .. .