According to sources, billions of litres of water has been saved from being wasted because of the untiring efforts by the engineers and workers of the Water Engineering Department.
Amidst the pandemic, just a few days in the past, the Bhandarwada Reservoir, Golanji Hill Reservoir and Fosberry Reservoir on the Tunnel Shaft within the Shivdi space suffered a significant leak. With the outbreak of the coronavirus looming over the nation, repairing the leak was a problem. However, in simply two and a half hours, the leak was repaired which saved billions of litres of waters that would have gotten wasted.
Moreover, below the steering of Velarasu and below the management of Deputy Commissioner (Special Engineering) Ajay Rathore, the initiative has been efficiently carried out by Assistant Engineer (Water Works) (Emergency Repair Division) Jeevan Patil.
Meanwhile, the lakes supplying water to Mumbai have 4,50,928 million litres of water left. This water provide might be enough for the following 117 days i.e. until August 7, 2021. Therefore, even when the monsoon is a bit late this season, the residents won’t have to fret concerning the water provide reduce off on account of shortage.
A complete of three,850 million litres of water is provided to Mumbai each day from two lakes with very low water storage capability at Vihar and Tulshi within the Bhandup complicated space. Meanwhile, the water is provided from the remaining 5 lakes at a distance of 150 km from Tansa, Modak Sagar (Lower Vaitarna), Middle Vaitarna, Upper Vaitarna and Bhatsa.
Mumbai wants a complete of 14,47,363 million litres of water in seven lakes for a complete 12 months after the tip of the monsoon yearly.