Crimean scientists believe that water from the Salgir River can be made drinkable
Scientists of the Academy of Construction and Architecture of the Occupation "KFU" believe that the water from the river Salgir can be made drinkable, as modern methods of water purification can cope with this task.
It was reported by the press service of the so-called Crimean Federal University.
“In the laboratory of water chemistry and technology at our department, we conducted experiments on water purification from Salgir. The methods we used for this are known and are given in textbooks on water supply. Differences in technological processes depend only on the chemical and bacteriological composition of water. We carried out cleaning in a test mode to show the fundamental possibility of cleaning to the quality required by SanPiN for drinking water", - said the head of the Department of Water Supply, Sewerage and Sanitary Engineering of the Academy of Construction and Architecture of Occupational KFU, Professor Ilya Nikolenko.
The report also mentions that scientists in 2017-2018 have already proposed to accumulate water from the Salgir River in the Mizhhirya Reservoir.
"All wastewater and meltwater from the catchment basin fall into the Salgir River. The magnitude of these discharges must be estimated with the hydrometeorological service, but it is millions of cubic meters of freshwater. This can solve the problems of water supply for Simferopol in the near future", - Nikolenko stressed.
What is known
- In the occupied Sevastopol the mode of the increased readiness was entered.
- From 14 of October, water will be supplied according to the schedule in occupied Belogorsk.
- The occupiers began construction of reservoirs to provide centralized water supply to residents of several areas of occupied Feodosia.
- The Russian government has allocated 4.95 billion rubles to provide water supply in the occupied Crimea.