The National Park continues to improve the overflowing drainage building. Nong Chang Yai Reservoir, Mueang Ubon Ratchathani

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February 17, 2021 – 20:40

Irrigation continues to improve the flood drainage building Nong Chang Yai Reservoir, Ubon Ratchathani, hopes to be completed by June this year.

Mr. Chalermkiet Kongwichianwat Deputy Director-General, Royal Irrigation Department Going to the area to follow up on the improvement of the overflow drainage building and install folding drains. Project to improve and increase the efficiency of water storage at Nong Chang Yai Reservoir With Mr. Kiattisak Nookaew, Director of the Office of Irrigation No. 8 Acting as the Director of the Office of Irrigation No. 7 Mr. Samphan Duensirirat Director of Ubon Ratchathani Irrigation Project And related persons attended to welcome and briefed the performance

For the project to improve and increase the efficiency of water storage at Nong Chang Yai Reservoir Located in Ban Na Di area Yang Sakkapho Lum Subdistrict Muang Sam Sip District Ubon Ratchathani Province It is a project that Dr. Chalermchai Si-on, Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives. Realized the importance and ordered the Royal Irrigation Department to accelerate the process since February 2020 scheduled for completion in 2022, consisting of dredging reservoirs Improve the building’s overflow drainage With a foldable weir ridge Raising the ridge of soil to rise If done It will increase the efficiency of water retention by an additional 16 million cubic meters. The irrigation area can be increased by approximately 8,000 rai from 4,300 rai to 12,300 rai. People in the area benefited 3 sub-districts, 8 villages, 2,000 households. At present, it is in the process of improving the overflow drainage building and installing folding panels. This will allow to store about 2.50 million cubic meters of water. Expected to be completed by June 2021.

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