Not only in Monterrey... CDMX will also reduce the water supply due to lack of rain

The National Water Commission (Conagua) reported that from Monday August 15 will reduce the water supply drinking water in the Metropolitan Zone of Mexico City.

“Derived from the lack of rainfall in the 2020, 2021 and current seasons, as well as the levels of the storage dams of the Cutzamala System, the Water Basin Agency of the Valley of Mexico of the National Water Commission (Conagua), the Water System of Mexico City (Sacmex) and the Water Commission of the State of Mexico (CAEM), agreed to a temporary reduction in the delivery of water”, indicated Conagua.

The reduction from 14.2 cubic meters per second (m3/s) to 13.2 m3/s, announced on August 12 through a release issued by the federal agency, represents 2.4% of the daily supply average total of the Metropolitan Zone of the Valley of Mexico.

This action responds to the lack of rain in the Cutzamal basin and the abnormal drought that most of the CDMX territory is experiencing.

In addition, the Conagua indicated that in the next few days the “Comprehensive Potable Water Plan” that will include actions that will increase the supply of the Metropolitan Zone of the Valley of Mexico for the short and medium term.

Finally, the Commission reiterated its call to the population to make more efficient use of water.

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