Idlib Water Corporation staffers re-operate 10 wells in the countryside liberated from terrorism

The staff of the Potable Water Public Corporation in Idlib Governorate were able to re-operate 10 wells in the countryside liberated from terrorism, by making use of the recycling of mechanical and electrical equipment damaged by terrorism.

Engineer Muhammad Ajami, Director of Idlib Water Corporation, said in a statement to SANA correspondent today that the corporation’s cadres hadstored hundreds of mechanical and electrical equipment damaged by terrorism   in the southern and eastern countryside of Idlib province after its liberation. He noted that this measure contributed in saving one billion pounds from the investment budget.

 

He indicated that the operation of the wells was concentrated in the villages of the southern and eastern countryside of Idlib  in order to supply the residents and returnees to their homes in these areas with potable water. He underlined the Corporation's keenness to re-make the best use of these equipment after restoring and maintaining them in order to use them to irrigate communities and residential areas.

Ajami pointed out that the corporation will expand in the coming months in relying on its stockpiles of materials affected by terrorism to operate as many wells as possible in the liberated areas.

It is noteworthy that the Idlib Water Corporation recently operated Al-Tih water unit, which supplies about 3 thousand citizens returning to the town with potable water.

Inas Abdulkareem

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