In Gelendzhik eliminated accident that left without water 75 thousand people

The accident at the Trinity conduit, left without water 75 thousand people in Gelendzhik, fixed, the supply of the resource will be restored till the end of Tuesday, according to the administration of the region.

"Currently, because of the rush on the line the Trinity group conduit in Gelendzhik completely without water there are about 75 thousand people, as well as social objects", - stated in the message.

The Governor of Kuban Veniamin Kondratiev gathered operational headquarters for the solution of water supply problems in the region, noted in a release.

"Since July 25, the water is on schedule, and today it did not. The situation is critical. The water in the city brought a total of seven machines. And there should be as much as people need to completely cover the water demand", – quotes the Governor's press service.

It is noted that the head of the region instructed all the cars in the nearby municipalities, guide to Noumea to the end of the day to carry out works on restoration of water supply.

"Emergency is already fixed and up to 18 hours the system will be filled with water. Also increasing the number of Carter to 30. In General, the water supply mode is restored to the end of the day," – are reported words of the first Vice-the Governor of edge Andrey Alekseenko.

Troitskiy group water supply system supplies drinking water through the main pipelines to Novorossiysk, Gelendzhik, Krymsk, the settlements of the Crimean district and towns of the black sea coast. Due to the fact that a pipeline built in the 70-ies of the last century, worn out, the authorities of Krasnodar region last year adopted a decision on the construction before 2023 new line of water stretching more than 50 kilometers on it in the regional budget has allocated about 4 billion roubles.

Earlier the regional authorities reported that at present in the region is the reconstruction of three large waste water pipes Trinity, Taman and Yeisk, which provide water to more than 800 thousand residents of the province.