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At Bureyskaya HPP, flood control measures were taken

The management of the Bureyskaya HPP, the regional government, the administration of the Bureysky district and the territorial bodies of the Emergencies Ministry and the Rostechnadzor signed an agreement on the procedure for interaction. It spelled out the issues of the operational presentation of information and the rapid response of the parties to emergency situations during the period of passing flood waters.

A survey of the ice situation in the area of ​​the dam of the Bureyskaya HPP and the inspection of permanent supports to ensure their readiness for work during the flood period are underway. The readiness of reserve sources of power supply is checked, the gates of the operational spillway are freed from frost and ice fast ice.

The level mark of the upper pool of the Bureyskoye reservoir these days was 239,84 meters, the mark of the lower one - 136,14. By the third decade of April, the level of the reservoir will be lowered by almost four meters - to a safe level established by the rules for the use of water resources at this facility, the press service of the RusHydro company reported.

According to experts, this spring can give a lot of unpleasant surprises to residents of the Amur region: because of last year's floods, the land in the region is heavily over-humidified, rivers are deep, and fast melting of ice and snow begins due to sharp warming. 

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