The construction of the water treatment plant and storage complex in Yevlakh is coming to an end

The construction of the water treatment plant and storage complex in Yevlakh is coming to an end

Within the framework of the “Regional Socio-Economic Development State Program”, the construction of a water treatment plant and storage complex is nearing completion within the first phase of the drinking water supply infrastructure reconstruction project in the city of Yevlakh.

About it “Report”It was reported by “Azersu” OJSC.

In order to provide the city of Yevlakh with sustainable drinking water, the final completion works are being carried out on the construction of a sand filter technology treatment plant with a capacity of 20,000 cubic meters per day on the banks of the Kura River. 16 filters have been installed in the device, and the construction of 2 water reservoirs with a total volume of 2500 cubic meters has been completed for the purpose of collecting clean water after the processing process. In the treatment plant, 9 backwashing pumps, a transformer and a generator were installed for the power supply of the complex.

At present, the construction of the water intake facility is being continued in order to transfer the water taken from the river to the existing clarifiers and treatment facilities.

In the next stage of the project, drinking and waste water networks of Yevlakh city will be reconstructed. 135 km of drinking water network will be built in Yevlakh city and meters will be installed by providing house connection to subscribers. Within the framework of the project, the waste water network of the city will be rebuilt. A 115 km long waste water network will be created in Yevlakh city. The construction of a treatment plant with a capacity of 12,500 cubic meters per day has been designed for the purpose of cleaning and disposal of waste water that will be generated in the city.

Currently, drinking and waste water networks built in 1960-1970 are being operated in Yevlakh city. Out-of-date networks do not fully cover the city and cause difficulties in the sustainable water supply of the population.

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