The water supply of the Cutzamala System to the Metropolitan Zone of the Valley of Mexico will suffer a reduction Starting next Monday, August 15reported the National Water Commission (Conagua).
As of that date, the delivery of water to the Valley of Mexico will have a reduction of 550 liters per second (l/s), which means that the liquid supply in CDMX will go from 8,750 l/s to 8,200 l/s until further notice.
City Halls of the CDMX affected by the reduction of water
The mayors in which the reduction of water will be reflected are:
- Alvaro Obregon
- Benito Juarez
- Magdalena Contreras
- Miguel Hidalgo
- Venustiano Carranza.
Given the limitation of water in these eight municipalities of the capital of the country, the Water System of Mexico City (SACMEX) will implement action plans so that they do not run out of liquid supply.
This will implement 18 herons permanent and 32 additional enabled to reinforce the supply with pipes; rehabilitation and 24-hour surveillance 17 wells; as well as an operation 200 pipes for free supply to the population.
To request the free pipe service With drinking water, the dependency has telephone numbers 5556543210 and 5556581111, as well as being able to contact them through their social networks.
Similarly, 13 municipalities in the State of Mexico (Edomex) will have a reduction in water supply.
CDMX and Edomex were ‘forewarned’
In the coming days, the administrations of Claudia Sheinbaum and Alfredo del Mazo will present the Comprehensive Drinking Water Plan which contains actions that will seek to increase supply to the ZMVM in the short and medium term, Conagua said.
Added to this are the fortnightly meetings between the commission, the Mexico City Water System (Sacmex) and the State of Mexico Water Commission (CAEM) in which they evaluate how the liquid will be extracted.
“Conagua reiterates its call to the population to make more efficient use of water,” added the agency.