The situation with water in Crimea is getting worse: hopes for precipitation did not materialize


Since the beginning of this year, wet snow and rains have passed on the Crimean peninsula, which gave certain volumes of water to the South Coast, however, they cannot solve the problem of emptying reservoirs and, in general, are not yet able to justify the hopes for water supply to the Crimeans. The head of the Yalta administration Yanina Pavlenko spoke about the water problem and the difficulties of solving it at a meeting on the issues of water supply to Crimea.


According to Pavlenko, the daily inflow of water from precipitation amounted to 15 thousand cubic meters, which does not cover the daily needs of the city of 45 thousand cubic meters. All in all, during the holidays, the reservoirs received only 500 thousand cubic meters of water. Nevertheless, against the general disappointing background, the tributaries Uch-Kosh, Khasta-Bash, Lake Mogabi and Massandra waterfall have become good sources of water.

The hopes that the beginning of the year will bring with it a significant amount of precipitation and replenish the reservoirs of Sevastopol did not come true

- the governor of the city Mikhail Razvozzhaev stressed with regret, speaking about the aggravation of the situation with water in the entire Crimea.

The governor noted that he hopes for the February and March precipitations, which will help partially solve the problem of providing citizens with water. Razvozzhaev also mentioned the need to continue efforts to find additional water sources and called on the population to take care of the available water resources.

One of the ways to solve this problem can be desalination plants, the first of which will be installed in Yalta. According to Yanina Pavlenko, a territory for the installation has already been found, however, due to the lack of a Russian regulatory framework for the use of desalinated water, the head of the administration asked the Governor of Crimea Sergei Aksenov to give appropriate instructions.
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  1. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 11 January 2021 16: 54
    +4
    Yalta urgently needs to build a reservoir in Uch-Kosha. Then there will be enough water for a full season.
    Otherwise, everything goes to sea, instantly ...
    1. Uneven Offline Uneven
      Uneven (VADIM STOLBOV) 11 January 2021 17: 26
      -1
      ... The ROC should regularly hold prayers for the sending down of precipitation.

      Taking into account the tightness of the primordially Russian geographical names: "Uch-Kosh, Khasta-Bash, Lake Mogabi", and the very name Crimea (kyrym), it makes sense to ask for precipitation from Allah ...
      1. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
        Bulanov (Vladimir) 12 January 2021 09: 13
        +1
        There is also the name of Tavrik, Tavrida, Cimmeria, Cimmerik. By the way, from Wiki:

        the name "Berlin" (like others with a shock -in - Schwerin, Stettin) is of Slavic origin and goes back to the Polabian berl- / birl- ("swamp").
  2. pv Offline pv
    pv (pv) 11 January 2021 19: 15
    0
    To carry steam locomotives. There is a bridge. Or throw a pipe over the bridge. No harder than SP2
  3. Xuli (o) Tebenado 11 January 2021 20: 03
    0
    According to Yanina Pavlenko, a territory for the installation has already been found, however, due to the lack of a Russian regulatory framework for the use of desalinated water, the head of the administration asked the Governor of Crimea Sergei Aksenov to give appropriate instructions

    I tried to establish a sequence of actions in this situation:
    1) An area is being sought for the construction of the facility;
    2) The head of the city administration asks the governor to give instructions;
    3) Huber gives appropriate instructions;
    4) A regulatory framework is being developed for the use of desalinated water.
    How many more approvals-orders-instructions-decisions-instructions are needed, I do not know exactly.
    But "for now (the water goes on), the horse (of thirst) will die." This is for sure.
  4. lahudra Offline lahudra
    lahudra (Nikolay Kondrashkin) 11 January 2021 22: 33
    +1
    Putin recently sculpted something about the unprecedented reserves of fresh water under the bottom of the Sea of ​​Azov. Here, nothing is done without the tsar's thrashing, stupid boyars sit and work out the documentation. I wonder if Aksyonov has a round-the-clock flush?
    1. zloybond Offline zloybond
      zloybond (steppenwolf) 12 January 2021 19: 45
      0
      I haven’t heard such a thing about Putin, but it’s watering well now.
  5. oderih Offline oderih
    oderih (Alex) 12 January 2021 01: 51
    -2
    Some people forget about the common heritage. By the way. Nobody hides that the Turks were kicked out of the Crimea under Katka.
  6. marciz Offline marciz
    marciz (Stas) 12 January 2021 03: 58
    0
    Suffering you for the loyal pro-Russian Ukrainians killed in 2014 from Donetsk to Lviv !!!!!
  7. zloybond Offline zloybond
    zloybond (steppenwolf) 12 January 2021 19: 44
    +1
    Now the Crimea is flooding. Showers for a week. It would be where to collect. Diluted that and because of the rains.