Underground dam will be built in Karaman! Here is the date Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry took action against drought! 100 underground dams will be built in 48 provinces, including Karaman. Within the scope of the YAS Artificial Supply Project, 100 underground dams will be built by the end of 2023.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry realizes its planning with the projects it has developed in a way that does not waste even a drop of water. Located in the semi-arid climate in Turkey, climate change, population growth and increased consumption due to a water source is alarming because economic growth. storage method of underground water resources by testing, increasing the resistance to Turkey's climate change hedefleniyor.hazırlan the "Groundwater artificial feeding and underground dams Action Plan" with half located in the arid region to contribute to the water reserves in Turkey with the intention underground dams over 100 until 2023 and artificial feeding facility will be built.
LOW COST, HIGH EFFICIENCY
Underground dams are generally built in valley alluvials or coastal aquifers where the topography and geology are suitable, creating an impermeable curtain against groundwater flow. The underground dams, which are realized at a lower cost compared to the classical dams built above the ground, have been built in large numbers in developed countries abroad.
UNDERGROUND DRINKING WATER IS PROVIDED
With underground dams, the evaporation losses of surface water and expropriation costs are minimized and transmitted to the groundwater, thereby protecting the groundwater in terms of reserves and quality and providing clean drinking water.
40 MILLION CUBIC METERS WILL BE STORED
The total cost of the 100 underground dams and YAS Artificial Feed Project, which is expected to be completed in three years, is estimated to be 1 billion TL. With the completion of the projects, 40 million m3 of water storage, drinking water for 600 thousand people, irrigation of 60 thousand decares of land, 45 million TL increase will be achieved.
The distribution of at least 100 underground dams and YAS Artificial Feeding Project to be built by the end of 2023 within the scope of the project, which will also make a very important contribution to the drought that has made its impact more felt in recent years, is as follows: