Sinaloa. – hardly start of dry season in Sinaloa and already Some rural communities need immediate water supply Through the pipes due to the low level recorded in the water level.
Martin Abraham Salazar, Manager of Concordia Municipal Drinking Water Boardreported that already It started with providing water through pipes in more vulnerable communities.
The cities most affected by water scarcity are: Malpica, Aguacliente de Garrett, El Huajote, San Juan de Jacobo and Aguacliente de Jacobo. All, according to the official, receive daily supplies.
“Apart from piped supply, we are also undertaking pumping work from areas that still have good storage, where this service has started to decline and thus compensate for the shortfall,” the manager said.
In the valley region, especially in the community of El Verde, where the municipality’s largest agricultural and livestock production is found, the aquifer is already well below its capacity, which is of great concern to agricultural producers.
The official said the city government is working on a project to improve service during the dry season. Construction of the Picachos-Concordia Aqueduct progresses in its construction and may be finished in December 2023 so that it becomes operational in 2024.
This is one of the most important works in this municipality in the last 30 years and it is expected to supply vital liquid to a large part of the communities that demand this service year after year.
“Undoubtedly, the creation of this work will solve the prevailing need of many cities that are suffering from water scarcity today, but we must be aware that the lack of this service in this municipality has caused our two very difficult years. are waiting.”
During this, he said that the assistance scheme will continue for the cities affected by the shortage of drinking water.
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