The project to modernize the water supply system in Stavropol will be included in the “Clean Water” federal project

25 Mar 2019

The project to modernize the water supply system and create a reserve water supply in Stavropol will require funding in the amount of 2 billion rubles, said May 22, Andrei Jatdoev, mayor of the city, during a meeting with Russian Minister of Construction and Housing Vladimir Yakushev.

"This is the fifth part of the population of the region, the only source of water for the city. The waterway was built in the 1970s, located in the landslide zone," said Andrei Jatdoev, introducing the project.

On Friday, during a working visit, the Minister examined the water intake on the Sengiley Reservoir, from which Stavropol and the surrounding settlements are water supply - about 600 thousand people. The implementation of this project will ensure uninterrupted supply and increase the volume of water supply to the city, which is important in connection with active housing construction in Stavropol.

The government of the region explained that to implement a large-scale project only at the expense of the regional budget is not yet possible. Yakushev noted that the possibility of financing with the involvement of federal funds is being worked out with the region.

"There are specific calculations on financial resources. We believe that, in particular, issues related to water purification may well qualify for inclusion in the federal project" Clean Water ", <...> we work with the subject," the minister said.

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