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Transbaikal village residents returned clean water - EastRussia | Far East






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Residents of the Trans-Baikal village returned clean water

Residents of the Trans-Baikal village returned clean water

In the village of Priiskovy, Nerchinsky district, the supply of drinking water through the central water supply system was restored. All the consequences of the 2018 emergency of the year, when traces of arsenic were found in the water, were eliminated. “The work on new wells is almost completed, the water was launched into the centralized water supply system,” said the Acting Minister of Territorial Development of the Trans-Baikal Territory Alexey Gorenkov He further added that the contractor will soon install a groundwater treatment station, which will improve the quality of water supply for the residents of the village.

It took 3,5 of the month and 17 millions of rubles allocated from the regional budget for the development of wells and the elimination of emergencies. Clean water flows into nine residential buildings where about 300 people live, two kindergartens, a library, a medical assistant, a station building and a cultural center. The elimination of the consequences of an emergency was carried out under the personal control of the Acting Chairman of the regional government Alexander Osipov.

Similar projects will be implemented in the village of Shara of the Aleksandrovo-Zavodsky district and Tasirkhoy of the Borzinsky district, which were affected by the steppe fires in April 2019 of the year.

Ранее сообщалосьthat six million rubles were allocated from the federal budget for the restoration of two bridges damaged as a result of the steppe fires. The grant covers 70% of the amount needed for the repair of infrastructure facilities, and 30% has allocated a regional budget.