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The builders of the waterway on the island of Russky are preparing for underwater work

Oleg Yezhov, the vice-governor of the Primorsky Territory, inspected the construction of a water conduit to the Russky Island, the regional administration said. Now the builders are preparing to start the most difficult stage of work - laying a siphon along the bottom of the Eastern Bosphorus.

As the representative of the contractor reported, 21 of August received permission from the Ministry of Transport to conduct underwater operations.

Now, to the place where the siphon will pass, a floating crane has been delivered, pipes that are already welded into long lashes have been delivered, and a dam has been built along which the siphon will enter the water.

The vice-governor was told about the construction technology of the siphon. The scourge will be welded in one thread and lowered from the floating crane into the prepared trench. Pre-pipes will be wrapped with synthetic fiber and covered with rock sheets that will protect them from mechanical damage. Through equal distances, the siphon will be reinforced at the bottom with concrete casing-weights.

Oleg Yezhov drew the attention of contractors to the terms of the works.

“The object is socially significant. The water conduit will provide the Russky Island with high-quality drinking water, ”the vice-governor stressed.

Oleg Yezhov also visited drinking water reservoirs located on the mainland. Their installation is already completed. Total uninterrupted water supply of the island will provide 6 tanks: 4 - on 5 thousand cubic meters on the island of Russian and 2 - on 10 thousand cubic meters on the mainland.

The construction of the conduit is financed from the federal and regional budgets. From the federal treasury allocated 1,669 billion rubles. The amount of co-financing from the budget of the Primorsky Territory is 473 million rubles.

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