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بنر سال نو
طرح آبرسانی به ساری از سد شهیدرجایی
کارمند خبرنگار
سد عباس آباد - بهشهر
سد میجران - رامسر
سد البرز-سوادکوه شمالی

Perspective of Mazandaran Regional Water Company

Water Outlook Statement of Mazandaran Province:
The water sector of the province, with the direct participation of economic, cultural, infrastructure and services sectors, within the limits of each watershed in its province of operation in order to achieve integrated water management and climate and environmental compatibility in order to balance and sustain Water resources and resources, and quantitative and qualitative conservation and promotion of water resources will work in a manner that respects the rights of the beneficiaries and will ensure equitable access for all to a healthy and sufficiently high water of the country.

Landscape of Mazandaran Province on the Horizon of 1412 Hijri Shamsi:
Mazandaran in the water sector, using its valuable capacities and assets such as creative and powerful forces, technology and scientific knowledge, is a prestigious provincial in the water industry of the country, so that water plays a pivotal role in the economic structure of the province, especially The economy of agriculture and natural resources, and by preserving this vital material with a robust Zayandeh and Dynamic environment, this province is a symbol of modern and clean industries in various fields, including the packaging industry for water and hydropower plants, as well as the symbol of the tourism industry in the country. And the area and the social health of citizens by improving the water of dams and refineries and the water assembly Sunny urban and rural areas are improved.

The goals of the company's 20-year program:

A. Agriculture sector

Increasing the water from 250 to 6000 hectares

Water supply for re-cultivated land from 50 thousand hectares to 200 thousand hectares.

Expansion of the use of surface water from 2.7 billion cubic meters to 3.7 billion

The development of exploitation of ferrous water from 1.2 billion cubic meters to 1.5 billion

Modern network development from 15 thousand hectares to 200 thousand hectares

 Possibility of transferring excess water from high water areas to the central and eastern parts of the province.

B. Drink Section:

Preparation and implementation of comprehensive drinking water supply plan of the province using multi-purpose and complex dams

Urban and rural water supply instead of underground water supply for more than 4 million people

For urban areas from 220 million to 400 million cubic meters

For rural areas from 50 million to 150 million cubic meters

C. Industry and Mining:

Allocation of suitable water for packaging of drinking water (from 30 liters to 450 liters)

Increasing the water capacity of the province from less than 1 million people per year to 5 million people by building appropriate infrastructure in the vicinity of facilities and waterways.

The company's duties are:

Responsibility for the management of all resources and waterways (issuing all licenses)
As executive officer: Implementing civil law projects
As an executive body: Implementing important water supply plans (study, design, and implementation often assigned to the department of overseas)
As a Utility Device: Created from a Water Utility (Business Transfer to Business Transfer)
In the case of state-owned investments, the company owes the government.

Water Resources Challenges:

Inappropriate spatial distribution:

                                                West:        Resources > Need

                                                Central:     Resources = Need

                                                East:         Resources < Need

Inappropriate time distribution:
30 percent of the surface water resources in the crop season (without a reservoir can be improved) (the West also has a problem)
Low surface water level coefficient by reservoirs of dams and vulnerability of water management in drought and dehydration
Low level of primary and secondary irrigation networks, modern (15000 hectares)
The limitations of the development of groundwater and its threats by salinity and land use
The only forbidden plain in the north of the country (Neka plain, Behshahr, Haloghah and Bandar Gaz)
Problems of drinking water in terms of supplying water and quality in urban and rural areas and threatening pollutants
Quality and environmental vulnerability of resources and waterways
The number and length of the rivers and the management issues of rivers and floods (120 branch lengths
4200 km)
Demand for neighboring provinces to transport water

Mobilizing existing projects through additional financing of budget capacities as well as starting components and sub-projects
The approach of using private investment
Start new projects, especially dams
Arrangement of Irrigation Plans from the Underlying Plans
Study and development of tourism development projects

Capacity of dams in operation: 400 million cubic meters (9% of the volume of water)

Horizons of surface water in the province: 1850 million cubic meters (41%)

Number of dams under construction: 3 dams

Dams capacity under construction: 900 million cubic meters (20% potential)

Number of dams in the study: 10 dams

Dams capacity in the study: 450 million cubic meters (10%)

Irrigation and drainage network:
Future policies and plans:

Available modern irrigation network: 15 thousand hectares
Network development from 15 thousand hectares to 200 thousand hectares
Development of sub-networks
Creation of exploitation formations
Establishing a new irrigation management infrastructure
Design and follow-up of network building along dams without a network

Major problems with construction projects:
Severe shortage of development credits
Lack of investment in the provinces 3 and 4 (4.2%)
Landless increase in the region and lack of ownership
Social tensions in implementing construction projects
Limitations and problems obtaining permissions from devices
Inappropriateness of the Government Rials for attracting credit loans
From the World Bank and the Islamic Development Bank
Lack of timely allocation of credits
Legal constraints on the right to immigration and loss of employment
Multiplicity of ownership in land tenure (on average, about 10 people per kilometer)

Implementation of the mechanism and licensing of Article 56 and Article 2 of the Law on the Regulation of Part of the Government in the province for priority projects
Facilitating and expeditious issuance of permits for implementation of development projects including Zaramrud and Kashelian Dam
Allocate more credit to materials 10 and 12 of incidents and blue projects
Assigning credit for studies on infrastructure projects with the elimination of the validity of the plan for the provision and transfer of provinces
Emphasis on investment in the water sector and the use of budget capacities

Last Update: 2018-11-21