The governor of Sevastopol held a planning meeting at one of the city's waterworks
The Governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhaev, held another on-site planning meeting at one of the city’s waterworks.
As I already said today, due to the rise of rivers and mudflows, the level of water turbidity has sharply increased: almost 60 times. The video that my team shot clearly shows the color of the water and the amount of suspended matter in it. Under such circumstances, it is impossible to quickly carry out sanitary cleaning. Employees say that in the first days, water was supplied with pollution standards hundreds of times higher than normal; now this figure has decreased, but is still far from normal. The water is filtered 3-4 times; the cleaning time, accordingly, increases to accumulate the required volume of water for regular supply throughout the city. You also have to clean the filters often; they only work 50% of the time possible. Old-timers of Vodokanal say that this only happened in the mid-70s: then the station stopped working altogether, and the city was completely without water for a week— explained the situation with water supply by the head of the city.
According to him, now it takes more than 50 hours to fill the entire system to 120 thousand cubic meters, and for the water to reach everyone.
Let us remind you that water will be provided in residential buildings tomorrow from 9 to 11 o’clock, then it will be turned off until Wednesday evening.
January 24 — we expect that by this time the water supply will be fully restored. Once again I ask everyone to be patient,” summarized Mikhail Razvozhaev.