May 14, 2021

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The level of the Carraízo reservoir continues to rise | PRESENT


Little by little, the level of the Carraízo reservoir continues to rise, due to the constant rains this week.

As reported by the graph of reservoirs of the Aqueduct Authority and Sewer (AAA) from yesterday to today, Carraízo had an increase of 0.65 centimeters, which keeps it at the level of operational adjustment.

However, if the rains continue for that area, it could go to the observation level. The average in the last seven days has been 0.13 centimeters.

Currently this reservoir supplies about 140 thousand subscribers in the metropolitan area, who are in a rationing plan.

On the other hand, the Cidra reservoir rose 22 centimeters and remains at the observation level. The average of the last seven days of this reservoir has been 0.01 centimeters.

Meanwhile, the Toa Vaca reservoir reported a decrease of six centimeters, which keeps it at the observation level. The average of the last seven days of this reservoir has been 0.02 centimeters.



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