Thursday, February 9, 2023

Court to leave 634 mohallas without water for more than 40 hours

Tijuana, BC – About 634 neighborhoods in Tijuana will be without water due to leak repairs Tijuana State Public Service Commission (CEST).

In a press conference, the agency’s director, Victor Daniel Amador Barragán, revealed that corrective closings would begin at 8:00 a.m. next Monday, January 23.

Repairs are expected to last for 44 hours, with recovery work expected to take up to 17 hours put together.

By 00:00 on Tuesday, 24 January, the process of gradual restoration of service will begin during next 27 hours.

It is expected that by the morning of Wednesday, January 25, the restoration of service will be complete, noted Holders of Cespt.

leak repair

This major water cut aims to fix all five leaks florido-aguaje aqueduct,

Another cut in February

The state official announced that the repair of two other leaks from the same aqueduct will continue till the month of February, which is located in El Refugio Boulevard and El Florido Industrial Park, Therefore, it is estimated that it will take more than 50 hours to restore and re-establish supply.

The aim is to create a preventive program with Mexican companies, where to conduct a survey in the aqueduct to identify fragility, and thus define what type of maintenance is needed, he remarked.

“We cannot continue to serve more than half the population on the basis of a tube, we are doing a study for a parallel aqueduct and a redundant system, we are talking about 2 billion pesos,” he stressed. gave.

In addition, they are working on rehabilitating the city’s wells, he said, in March operation of three wells To guarantee the water supply for Tijuana.

During 2022, it indicated 11 leaks were repaired and three vents replaced, making a total of four stoppages, while in 2023, five leaks and one vent were restored.

“They are participating at this time because it is urgent and imminent. Besides, we want to guarantee water service in the summer, we cannot continue to leak in July or August and when water demand is high. We know that these are acts of nuisance, but they are situations that have to be addressed, otherwise, we will create major problems for the population”, concluded Amador Barragán.

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