Return to the normal situation in the Lorestan drinking water network


On the 5th of March, rainstorms in Lorestan led to the flooding of the rivers of the province, the destruction of communication routes and the subsequent encirclement of some of the villages and urban areas of Lorestan in the water. The intensification of flooding in various areas of the water and sewage facilities also affected, and during the initial hours of water, 168 villages were cut off and water supply was disrupted to some of the villages, northern and southern Khorramabad.
Despite the fact that the rainfall was becoming more intensive, operational units were launched from all over the province so that as soon as possible, one of the main needs of the floodgates would not be to provide water supply to these areas. With the operational efforts of the operational teams, the definite water problem of all villages Within three days, it was resolved and the relative stability of supplying the flood areas was created.
In a fully refurbished water and wastewater network, the flood was much more extensive than the flood of March 5th. The flood will be damaged further, which will also affect a large part of the province's water and wastewater facilities. The flood experience of the 5th of April and the siege of some areas in the water caused water reservoirs of cities to be fully filled up, mobile water tankers are being used in areas such as the usual, and the supply of water to be packed sufficiently.
The heavy flood came in the 12th of April and according to the forecast, a large part of the network and water lanes in different parts of Lorestan also broke with the flood. The amount of flood damage was such that the communication routes between the cities and towns were cut and 796 villages across the province were faced with a definite water problem.
Meanwhile, arrangements in cities such as Rwandan and Poldokhtar, and the proper storage of water in reservoirs and the deployment of mobile water tankers, had caused the problem of access to these areas and the fracturing of lines and water supply networks, a problem for the provision of water to the inhabitants of these areas. There is no problem, but the main problem is the water shortage of about 800 villages, most of them surrounded by water and no communication with them.
The presence of water and wastewater operational teams in 21 provinces in Lorestan
The estimated damage was due to the destruction of the communication routes of the mountainous mountain villages and the possibility of sending equipment through heavy machinery to the next few days, but the sensitivity of water supply in these areas as one of the main needs of villagers has caused operational forces Water and sewage 21 provinces of the country are called to Lorestan so that the necessary equipment can be reached in any way through flooded villages.
The sensitivity of the water supply to these areas resulted in 75 operational operation units and the required equipment in many cases as a pedestrian in flood-hit villages, which prompted the removal of about 770 villages in the water problem in less than a week.
Distribution of 340,000 bottles of water in the flood-hit areas of Lorestan
Also, during the period of repair of damages to the network and the restoration of water in the villages of the flood, the supply of water required for these areas was on the agenda and more than 340 thousand bottles of water packaging were distributed in these villages and flood cities, and about 70 tankers were also tasked with mobile water supply. They were in a state of emergency in order not to create a shortage of water in these areas.
Despite the fact that the flood of March was damaging more than 560 billion tomans to the urban and rural water and wastewater systems of Lorestan, but with the daily efforts of the operational units of the Ministry of Energy, the water of all the villages and towns of Lorestan is now connected to water and there are no problems in supplying There is no water in these areas.

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