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The State Council of Tatarstan will inspect the installations of the municipal single-entity enterprise “Vodokanal” to ensure their compliance with the standards.

The implementation of the program of modernization of the water supply and sewerage sector of the republic will be discussed today during a visiting meeting of the Committee of the State Council of the Republic of Tatarstan on the housing policy and infrastructure development. Before the discussion, they will visit the facilities of the EUM “Vodokanal”, reports the press service of the State Council of the Republic of Tatarstan.

Water supply and sewerage is the most important component of the whole housing and communal services, the quality of life of people significantly depends on its condition. There are 2.4 thousand centralized water supply systems with a capacity of 3 million cubic meters per day in the republic. The water supply networks are 18,500 kilometers long, 5,900 need to be replaced, or about 32%.

The implementation of investment programs allows housing and municipal services companies to increase their efficiency and reduce the accident rate on the networks. Extensive investment programs are carried out by the MUP “Vodokanal” of the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan. In 2021, work began at the largest facility under the Volga River Improvement Project of the National Ecology Project – biological treatment facilities on sewer networks are being reconstructed (capacity is of 650,000 cubic meters per day). The project is expected to be completed in 2024.

National projects in the country have been carried out since 2019 on the initiative of the President of Russia.

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