In Crimea, they found a way to partially solve the problem of water shortage


The Russian authorities have found a way to partially solve the water problem in Crimea. A large and representative delegation, consisting of officials of the federal, regional and municipal levels, as well as representatives of contractor firms, visited various projects under construction on the peninsula. This is reported by the Ministry of Internal policy, information and communication of the Republic of Kazakhstan.


It should be noted that in August 2020, the forces of the Russian Ministry of Defense were built temporary pipeline system and filling of the Simferopol reservoir started. 15 water lines connected the Taigan reservoir of the Belogorsk region with the Simferopol one. Now the Crimean authorities want to build a permanent water pipeline, which will supply water from the Belogorsk region to the capital of the peninsula, the city of Simferopol.

Deputy Minister of Economic Development of Russia Sergei Nazarov confirmed that the issue of building a stationary water conduit, which will operate on a permanent basis, is being considered. According to him, earlier, the Taigan reservoir provided water to the eastern part of the Crimea, but after the commissioning of a water conduit from the Nizhinsky, Prostornensky and Novogrigorievsky water intakes, the construction of which is already being completed, the water from the Taigan reservoir can be redirected to Simferopol. In total, the Nezhinsky, Prostornensky and Novogrigorievsky water intakes will provide 195 thousand cubic meters of water per day for residents of Kerch, Feodosia and part of the Leninsky district - this is one of the largest infrastructure projects on the peninsula.


In turn, Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea Yevgeny Kabanov clarified that currently seven main water pipelines are being built from the pumping station in the village of Oktyabrskoye to Kerch and Feodosia. The pipeline system will supply water to consumers bypassing the North Crimean Canal to avoid losses.

In addition, the issue of large-scale reconstruction of the Mizhgirya reservoir was discussed. Until 2014, it was the largest loading basin, providing Simferopol and surrounding areas with water. But in 2015, it was almost completely empty.
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  1. GRF Offline GRF
    GRF 6 September 2020 09: 51
    +1
    Western human rights activists shouted so much and strongly about the Ukrainian genocide of Crimeans that, you see, they were completely numb ... This is not a "newbie", but an "old", "good" way ...
    1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 6 September 2020 10: 40
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      The humane disaster in Crimea due to the shutdown of the water supply to Crimea by Ukraine should thunder every day in all world media ... That's just why the silence, so responsible in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and other services became hostages of their money and families in the West, and therefore such silence is everywhere egregious cases ...
      1. 123 Offline 123
        123 (123) 6 September 2020 17: 27
        -1
        The humane disaster in Crimea due to the shutdown of the water supply to Crimea by Ukraine should thunder every day in all world media ... That's just why the silence, so responsible in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and other services became hostages of their money and families in the West, and therefore such silence is everywhere egregious cases ...

        Does the world media belong to the Foreign Ministry? Or should they write them a letter and demand ... to sound?
        1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 6 September 2020 17: 48
          0
          I asked you not to reply to my comments, for there is nothing to reply to your empty arguments ...
          1. 123 Offline 123
            123 (123) 6 September 2020 17: 55
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            There, if anything, a question mark ... this is not an answer .. Well, if you have nothing to substantiate your empty reasoning ....., forgive me for disturbing you. hi
  2. Shadow041 Offline Shadow041
    Shadow041 6 September 2020 10: 50
    +2
    Ukraine needs to shut off the water, close the Savings Bank in Ukraine and close all relations with it. Let these gentlemen now go to Poland for the money, enough for the Bandera people in the Russian Federation to jackal.
    1. Larisa Larisa Offline Larisa Larisa
      Larisa Larisa (Larisa Larisa) 7 September 2020 10: 27
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      You would be the president of Russia!
      1. Shadow041 Offline Shadow041
        Shadow041 29 October 2020 04: 10
        +1
        Yes, it would not be worse than today
  3. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) 6 September 2020 13: 11
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    - Personally, I can't understand anything at all ... - Some expensive incomprehensible work to create an entire large-scale system to achieve very dubious goals ...
    - I already once mentioned "Trishkin Kaftan" about carrying out "similar works" in Crimea during a discussion of a similar topic ...
    - There is only one thing that can worry about now ... - Will the whole created system "fit in" later, ie. Will all these rather expensive structures created today be purposefully suitable for operation, when "real water" comes to Crimea ??? - Ie will it be possible to use all these pipeline systems when a real supply of fresh water is created in Crimea ...
    1. Magog Offline Magog
      Magog (Gog Magog) 6 September 2020 14: 18
      +2
      In your judgments, it is clearly visible that the reason for today's difficulties with water in the Crimea is associated with the lack of water from Ukraine through the North Crimean Canal. It is so? Similar situations arose "under Ukraine". The water in the canal is technical, unsuitable for supplying the population. Losses of own sources of drinking water before and now are unacceptable (estimated up to 60% or more), and occur due to natural evaporation from the surface of water conduits and reservoirs, seepage into the soil. The creation of expensive infrastructure for pipelines and closed storage facilities, for example, is not a whim and whims of the authorities, but projects for any future: with "real" big water and not so much.
      1. Larisa Larisa Offline Larisa Larisa
        Larisa Larisa (Larisa Larisa) 7 September 2020 10: 22
        0
        Demagogue, any of those. water can be made potable using chlorination, coagulation and filtration, especially water from the Dnieper!
        1. Magog Offline Magog
          Magog (Gog Magog) 7 September 2020 12: 52
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          Are both dissolved heavy metals and radionuclides also light? By the way, chlorination, if you can avoid it, you should do so.

          Drinking such water even occasionally, you at least expose yourself to the danger of developing dysbiosis. After all, the main reason for using chlorine is its ability to kill harmful bacteria and microorganisms. And in the same way, it kills beneficial microflora: bifidobacteria and lactobacilli that live in the intestines.

          In the current Dnieper water, at the outlet to the Black Sea, there is such a cocktail that the use of such even in agriculture is questionable.

          According to available data, 85% of treatment facilities on the banks of the Dnieper require immediate repair and replacement. Their deplorable state leads to the fact that the water in the river is polluted by sewage, which is no longer able to filter out worn-out equipment. Various hazardous chemicals, which are actively used by Ukrainian agricultural enterprises, enter the Dnieper from both its banks. Their concentration is such that the water in the river poses a real threat to the ecology of nearby regions.
  4. Dmitry S. Offline Dmitry S.
    Dmitry S. (Dmitry Sanin) 7 September 2020 04: 52
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    Crimea, Sevastopol ... For some reason, no one writes about Novorossiysk, where there has been no normal water supply for half a century.
  5. Larisa Larisa Offline Larisa Larisa
    Larisa Larisa (Larisa Larisa) 7 September 2020 10: 08
    +1
    How pipelines can solve the problem of water supply Crimea, if there is no water in the reservoirs ?! So I work in the water supply system of the DPR, so we have our own reservoir, without any reference to the Sev.Donets-Donbass canal, left to the "brotherly people of Russia" - ukram! This is a completely different matter! When the Kremlin took Crimea - what was it thinking ?! Was he proud that the kakeli were so scared, so scared - they gave them a p / o without a single shot? Here she is otvetka, flew in.
    1. Magog Offline Magog
      Magog (Gog Magog) 8 September 2020 10: 54
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      Now in Crimea, a system of pipelines is being created, linking the reservoirs of the republic into a single network, as I understand it. This will allow (and already allows) to regulate the consumption of water from these sources, when some reservoirs are in a critical state, while others still contain a sufficient amount of water for consumption. That is, to equalize the level of water consumption. This technology is possible only with the use of pumping stations. And how can we do without pipelines here? Create a complex system of canals at different levels of the horizon? It's even more expensive. The question remains how to fill these reservoirs during dry periods.
  6. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 7 September 2020 13: 29
    +2
    Until a large amount of water arrives, it is possible to install large water towers (welded from sheet metal) in coastal cities and supply water to them by tankers.