Possible interruptions in drinking water are being prepared in the Dnipropetrovsk region. Some settlements of the region are healed from the Kakhovka reservoir. So far, water is everywhere, but in Kryvyi Rih and Nikopol districts measures are being taken to save it, TSN says.
In the Dnieper itself, the water level in the river has not changed, there are no problems with water supply in the regional center. Did the townspeople panic and after the news of the dam explosion in the city, water consumption increased by almost a third. Apparently, people started stockpiling.
It was really superfluous, because the city of Dnipro, like most of the region, does not take water from the Kakhovka reservoir. It feeds only Nikopol district and part of Kryvyi Rih. In Kryvyi Rih, citizens raked drinking water in supermarkets the day before, but later the panic passed. There is centralized water supply there, but certain measures have been taken to save money: fountains have been turned off in the city and hose irrigation has been banned. The volume of use should reduce the industry. Also, in Kryvyi Rih, water pressure at night will be reduced, so it may not be on the upper floors. Also, in some communities nearby, water will be supplied on schedule. "Some communities - Niva Trudova, Apostolovo, Zelenodolsk, Shyrokyi - water supply will be from morning to noon. Temporarily, until the technical issue is resolved. All other communities are unchanged," said Yevhen Sytnychenko, head of the Kryvyi Rih ROA
In the Nikopol district, water utilities operate normally. However, residents were asked to make supplies of drinking and industrial water. People are reassured - they were preparing for an emergency, so residents of these areas will not be left without water. "The districts are provided with specialized equipment for the supply of water with additional treatment systems, design and estimate documentation has been developed to provide the cities of Kryvyi Rih, Marganets, Pokrov and Nikopol with sustainable water supply, in particular in conditions of critically low water level in the reservoir," said Serhiy Lysak, head of the Dnipropetrovsk regional administration.
International organizations and charitable foundations help with the delivery of bottled water, it is also transported to the affected areas of Kherson region. Dnipropetrovsk region sends humanitarian convoys with food and everything necessary for the victims to the neighboring region.
Hundreds of emergency workers went to Kherson region to save people. One hundred and fifty police officers from Dnipropetrovsk region are already working there. In addition, many caring people went to Kherson region to take people and animals out of there.
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