Crimea announced the depletion of underground water reserves


Restrictions on the supply of water to the Crimeans will remain until the weather conditions improve, or until the necessary desalination facilities are built. This was stated by the head of Crimea Sergey Aksenov on the air of the program "Tell the truth."


It is quite possible that by the spring of 2021, thanks to the drilled wells, it will be possible to establish a constant water supply to Simferopol and close most of the city's water needs. At the moment, with the worst development of the situation, residents of the Bakhchisarai and Simferopol districts will have to be content with a two-hour water supply in the morning and evening instead of three hours.

According to the plans of the authorities, by April 18 next year, 18 additional wells will be drilled, which will be able to supply 58 thousand cubic meters of water daily - this will give Simferopol a total of up to 110 thousand cubic meters of water every day with the current consumption of 160.

At the same time, we will not reach the full volume anyway, almost all underground reserves in this situation are exhausted

- noted the head of Crimea.

Due to the blockade from the Ukrainian side and the drying up of the Crimean reservoirs this dry summer, the authorities of the peninsula were forced to limit the supply of water to the population, introducing appropriate schedules. The transportation of water from other available sources was also urgently organized.
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  1. Many_ways_point Offline Many_ways_point
    Many_ways_point 30 October 2020 15: 23
    -4
    It is possible to fully provide the Crimea with water only with the help of the North Crimean canal. And no wells and desalination plants will help here, this is a banal theft and imitation of work and nothing more.
    1. Binder Offline Binder
      Binder (Miron) 30 October 2020 15: 48
      -3
      I think that modern desalination plants of adequate capacity could fully solve the problem of water supply to the peninsula, but there is no finance or technology to solve this problem in Crimea and is not expected. And for the resumption of water supply through the North Crimean Canal, there is an indispensable condition - Crimea must again become Ukrainian ...
      1. Many_ways_point Offline Many_ways_point
        Many_ways_point 30 October 2020 16: 10
        -2
        Crimea should become Ukrainian again ...

        Not necessary. There are options.
        1. Binder Offline Binder
          Binder (Miron) 30 October 2020 16: 32
          -1
          Quote: Many_holes_point
          There are options.

          Enlighten.
          1. Many_ways_point Offline Many_ways_point
            Many_ways_point 30 October 2020 16: 38
            -4
            Not an option. After all, they read us, but I don’t want to help the bunker nonentity and his Caudle in principle.
            1. goncharov.62 Offline goncharov.62
              goncharov.62 (Andrei) 30 October 2020 17: 39
              -3
              You should look in the mirror. Well, at least occasionally ...
              1. Many_ways_point Offline Many_ways_point
                Many_ways_point 30 October 2020 19: 14
                +1
                You will propose this to Putin. And then his partners will spit in his face, then a knife will be stuck in his back.
        2. lahudra Offline lahudra
          lahudra (Nikolay Kondrashkin) 30 October 2020 23: 48
          0
          Only the correction of Putin's mistake and the return of the occupied peninsula to Ukraine will correct the situation with water supply.
          1. Aleksey Glotov Offline Aleksey Glotov
            Aleksey Glotov (alexey glotov) 31 October 2020 04: 26
            0
            Don't dream ... the error will be corrected when the Bandera regime in Kiev is replaced by a more sane one.
      2. lahudra Offline lahudra
        lahudra (Nikolay Kondrashkin) 30 October 2020 23: 56
        0
        No, and again no, desalinated water must be mixed with natural water. Desalination in large volumes requires a solution to many problems. We need excess power generation, which means we need gas, we need turbines, we need desalination technologies, and we need to drain the poisonous brine somewhere.
        1. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
          Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 31 October 2020 00: 39
          0
          Well, Israel somehow solved these problems, but the conditions there will be worse, and the population is much larger, and the industry is more powerful, but today it practically does not depend on external sources of water.
        2. Binder Offline Binder
          Binder (Miron) 31 October 2020 05: 35
          -1
          The person correctly noticed to you that in Israel and other countries these problems have been successfully resolved, so there is little to do - to find funds and find contractors who are ready to do the required amount of work. I think they could find funds in the Russian Federation, but finding serious foreign firms ready to work in the unrecognized territory of Russia in Crimea is a much more difficult task.
    2. King3214 Offline King3214
      King3214 (Sergius) 31 October 2020 21: 27
      +1
      "North Crimean Canal", into which Ukrainians will pour waste from their chemical industry, sewage and just poisons ...
      Or do you believe in decency and honor among people who call themselves "Ukrainians"?
  2. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 30 October 2020 17: 08
    +6
    It is time for the Russian Federation to cut off the water flowing to the Ukrainian rivers and send home all migrant workers and patriots of foreign states who have lost their way in the Russian Federation. This will quickly cool the hot Bandera bad heads. And the complete embargo on trade with Ukraine is high time for the RF to be introduced !!!
    1. goncharov.62 Offline goncharov.62
      goncharov.62 (Andrei) 30 October 2020 17: 40
      +1
      Not with this power.
      1. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
        Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 30 October 2020 18: 17
        +6
        It’s time for this government to choose with whom it is, with the Russian Federation and the Russians, or with foreigners sick of Russophobia and, accordingly, choose a place of residence, so as not to whine later that the supposedly bad people of the supposedly good king with courtiers destroyed
    2. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
      Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 31 October 2020 00: 42
      -1
      What kind of water? Dnepr, or what? So the drain of the Dnieper from Russia is less than a quarter of the total flow, and there is also Belarus between Russia and Ukraine. They will not ask for it? And migrant workers from Ukraine today are not going to Russia, but mainly to Europe. all to the same Poland. Yes, and we have enough in Israel.
      1. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
        Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 31 October 2020 22: 35
        +4
        Let everyone go to Europe, we do not need patriots of foreign states in the Russian Federation. If Lukashenko does not consider it shameful to trade with Ukraine, these are his problems, the Russian Federation does not need it, and there is no surplus of water in Belarus to supply Ukraine, and even freebies. Even 25% is a lot, they will not be and they will scratch in Kiev ... and taking into account the rivers with the Republic of Belarus, this is much more. Luke is all in debt to the Russian Federation, so even if it is calculated, at least with water, at least with something else, just not empty chatter, it is the Russian Federation unnecessarily.
        1. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
          Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 1 November 2020 17: 38
          -3
          Yes, stop fantasizing, this is absolute stupidity, no one will take the Dnieper anywhere.
          1. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
            Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 3 November 2020 11: 24
            +1
            Isn't it stupid to block the canal to Crimea ?! The Russian Federation is not obliged to supply water to your UKROPIYA, and even for free. Once such a booze has gone, no one will take care of the dishes. You have broken the plates, now wait, cups will fly to your forehead.
  3. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 30 October 2020 17: 26
    +4
    It is easy to transfer water to Crimea from the Don through the Volga-Don canal. And the Volga can be replenished from the northern rivers by digging a small canal.
    And in 1994 in Crimea there was a catastrophic lack of water, although the North Crimean Canal was working.
    1. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
      Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 30 October 2020 18: 15
      +6
      The Volga can and should be replenished through the Don, only not with the waters of the northern rivers, but with the waters of rivers that, without any benefit for the Russian Federation, feed the Ukrainian Dnieper
  4. Igor Pavlovich Offline Igor Pavlovich
    Igor Pavlovich (Igor Pavlovich) 30 October 2020 17: 38
    -4
    Within six months of "dry pipes", formation rust and hydraulic shocks in the water supply system during filling will completely bury the water supply system of Crimea ...
    1. Aleksey Glotov Offline Aleksey Glotov
      Aleksey Glotov (alexey glotov) 31 October 2020 04: 26
      0
      You're lying. smile without batting an eye.
  5. lahudra Offline lahudra
    lahudra (Nikolay Kondrashkin) 30 October 2020 23: 46
    -1
    The Crimeans are great, they have discovered a new method of water extraction - they drain it from the heating batteries.
    1. Aleksey Glotov Offline Aleksey Glotov
      Aleksey Glotov (alexey glotov) 31 October 2020 04: 27
      0
      Did you come up with this cartoon yourself?
  6. 123 Offline 123
    123 (123) 31 October 2020 02: 16
    0
    Information for consideration:
    The population of Simferopol for 2019 is 341 people, with a daily consumption of 527 thousand cubic meters per day, 110 cubic meters per day per person or 000 cubic meters per month are obtained. If the demand is 0,32 thousand cubic meters, then this is 9,6 cubic meters per person per month.
    Whether it is a lot or a little, everyone can evaluate it independently. From personal experience, without trembling over every drop of water, without any tricks like closing the tap while brushing your teeth, and so on, 3-4 cubic meters per person is quite enough.

    In Crimea, the standard for the consumption of utilities in residential premises is 7,35 -7,56 (cubic meters per month per person).
    https://mzhkh.rk.gov.ru/file/pub/pub_281070.pdf

    We are looking at a city similar in climatic conditions, for example Krasnodar. The consumption rate of utilities in residential premises is 6,69 (cubic meter per month for 1 person) https://krasnodarvodokanal.ru/potrebitelyam/fizicheskie-lica/normativy/

    Of course, I understand that water is used not only at home, but also by various institutions. All the same, I believe, first of all, it is necessary to restore order in the water supply system. The problem is typical not only for Crimea, for example, there was information on Novorossiysk, which by the way is comparable in population to Simferopol, where pipes are worn out by 80%.
    1. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
      Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 31 October 2020 08: 52
      -1
      Well, there you just need to put things in order with pipes and other infrastructure, but in Crimea the problem is that today there is simply nowhere to take it. Intensive pumping of underground horizons will very quickly lead to their depletion and replacement of fresh water with salty water, which is already happening. Here, of course, the drought played a strong role, and in general water problems are typical for all southern coastal cities. But this could have been foreseen.
      1. 123 Offline 123
        123 (123) 31 October 2020 14: 52
        +2
        But this could have been foreseen.

        Anticipate? Maybe yes. Drought is essentially a natural disaster. And this is not the first time, and not only here. Likewise, floods or typhoons can be predicted that occur fairly regularly.
        But they do not write about the Carpathians washed away by the flood, or about the conditionally "New Orleans". You can of course argue that this is abroad and the problem of the native Crimea is more important to the authors.
        Then why the Kuban remains without any attention, although the problem with the Crimea is similar. Are the inhabitants of the Krasnodar Territory less important to the authors? Look, for example, on the website for articles about dry bodies of water, water interruptions and problems with water supply in the Krasnodar Territory. Will not find request It is the Crimea and the channel that are distinguished, by the way, the channel is not a panacea in solving this problem. In this sense, the site is not very different from others.
        And this is done for a specific purpose. A herd of propagandists all over the Internet regularly escalates the situation, dripping onto the brains of readers, instilling that Russia cannot solve the problem, that we urgently need a channel and without it anywhere. Artificially supported discussion on topics:
        Putin cannot solve this problem.
        Crimea seized and life can not be adjusted.
        What bastards are these forelock that do not give the drying up Crimea water.
        Do we need to block the Dnieper or capture the canal.
        1. Natan bruk Offline Natan bruk
          Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 1 November 2020 17: 32
          -2
          So that's what we are talking about. If we would have bothered to build desalination facilities on time, there would have been nothing to talk about and the drought would not have been terrible. Still 6 years have passed. Israel did it all faster, although the conditions there are worse and there is more industry. Now it does not depend in any way on external sources, moreover, it supplies water to the "Palestinian autonomy" and supplies water to Jordan. And as for the Krasnodar Territory, I personally know that there is a shortage of water, but many big "experts" call for water from there. I'm talking about nonsense like diverting the Dnieper. Today there is no alternative to desalination, and everything described in the article is patching up Trishka's caftan.
          1. 123 Offline 123
            123 (123) 1 November 2020 18: 16
            +2
            So that's what we are talking about. Would have bothered to build desalination facilities on time, there would have been nothing to talk about and the drought would not have been terrible. Still, 6 years have passed. Israel did all this faster, although the conditions there are worse and there is more industry. Now it does not depend in any way on external sources, moreover, it supplies water to the "Palestinian Autonomy" and supplies water to Jordan.

            The conditions are somewhat different, that for you the norm in Crimea is rather an anomaly. The problem is not as acute as in the Middle East. Your question was straightforward, there is simply no alternative, so they took up the problem.
            Of course, we can say that it was necessary to build desalination plants, they say that this is what kind of government is sluggish and does not think about people. But who, in climatic conditions similar to those of Crimea, lives on desalination plants? Are there examples for the Black Sea or Mediterranean Sea basin? And exporting water from Crimea is fantastic laughing
            The problem can, if not be completely solved without desalination, then significantly reduce the negative consequences.

            And about the Krasnodar Territory - I personally know that there is a shortage of water, but many big "experts" urge to give water from there. Not to mention stupidity like diverting the Dnieper. Today there is no alternative to desalination, and everything described in the article is to patch Trishkin caftan.

            It will not work to pump water from the Krasnodar Territory; They also need to solve a similar problem and do it in a comprehensive manner. It is possible to partially restore the forests because everything has been cut down for agriculture. It is not an option to thoughtlessly install watermakers. People do not appreciate water and are not used to using it prudently.
    2. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
      Bulanov (Vladimir) 31 October 2020 16: 25
      +1
      Maybe you need to stop using drinking water for watering vegetable gardens?
  7. alex-sherbakov48 1 November 2020 10: 53
    0
    The wedge must be driven out with a wedge! In response to the blocking of the North Crimean Canal, block the Desna and Dnieper. Direct the waters of the Desna to the Oka, and direct the waters of the Dnieper to the arid regions of Belarus. Then the Dnieper will become shallow to such an extent that it will be possible to cross it on foot. But, I think that the Banderlog will immediately unblock the North Crimean Canal as soon as they learn about the work that has begun to block the Desna and Dnieper rivers. And the problem with water in Crimea will be instantly resolved.