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Irrigation orders to deal with Typhoon Noru to Thailand on September 28, heavy rain.

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The Royal Irrigation Department has ordered the Mun Chi River Basin to cope with Typhoon Noru, which will enter Thailand on September 28, with heavy to very heavy rain in the Northeast, the lower and the upper middle, and Bangkok and its surrounding provinces.

Today (26 Sept. 65) at the Smart Water Operations Center (SWOC), Royal Irrigation Department, Samsen Road. Mr. Prapit Chanma, Director-General of the Royal Irrigation Department Chaired the meeting of the subcommittee on monitoring and analyzing the water situation through the video conference system to the Irrigation Office 1-17 and related agencies such as the Meteorological Department. Institute of Water Resources Information Department of Water Resources Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Bureau of Drainage (BKK), Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)

Irrigation orders to deal with Typhoon Noru to Thailand on September 28, heavy rain. Irrigation orders to deal with Typhoon Noru to Thailand on September 28, heavy rain.

with Dr. Thaweesak Thanadechopol, Deputy Director-General of the Royal Irrigation Department and related persons attending the meeting To monitor and analyze the water situation in reservoirs, water resources and major rivers for information on water management accordingly and appropriately in each area.

Mr. Prapit Chanma, Director-General of the Royal Irrigation Department revealed that from the forecast of the Meteorological Department about Typhoon “Noru (NORU)” is likely to move into Thailand during 28 Sept. 65 may cause the northeastern, central and lower parts. with heavy to very heavy rain before moving to the lower northern region, the central region, the eastern region, including Bangkok and its vicinities

It will continue to affect until September 30, 65, in order to prepare for the increasing rain situation. has directed to irrigation projects in risky areas especially in the Chi-Mun River Basin. and the Chao Phraya River Basin To closely monitor and monitor the weather conditions from relevant agencies. and to monitor and control the amount of water in the reservoir to be within the specified criteria Consider depleting water to accommodate increased water volumes. without affecting the rear area

Ready to follow the contingency plan If there is an emergency situation, it must be able to fix it immediately. including the preparation of machinery tools such as water pumps water pusher The risk points are sufficient and ready to use to the fullest potential. to enhance drainage efficiency as much as possible

Importantly, bring 13 measures to deal with the rainy season of year 65 as determined by the National Water Administration. as a guideline for preparation Ready to manage water to cover all dimensions This corresponds to the situation along with the storage of water for use in the next dry season. as well as integrate with all agencies to prepare for and provide assistance to the people in order to mitigate the impact on the people as much as possible According to the order of Dr. Chalermchai Sri-on, Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives

side Dr. Thaweesak Thanadechopol, Deputy Director-General of the Royal Irrigation Department added that at present (26 Sept. 65) large and medium-sized reservoirs across the country The total water volume is 54,416 million cubic meters, representing 72% of the reservoir’s capacity. Can still receive another 21,692 million cubic meters of water, only 4 main dams in the Chao Phraya River Basin (Bhumibol Dam Sirikit Dam Khwae Noi Bamrung Dan Dam and Pa Sak Jolasid Dam) with a total water volume of 15,967 million cubic meters, or 64% of the reservoir’s capacity. can receive another 8,904 million cubic meters of water

by the Bhumibol Dam There is still water content in 51% of the reservoir’s capacity. Sirikit Dam The water content is 48 percent of the reservoir’s capacity. There is still space to receive water. However, the reservoir with 80 percent of the water storage capacity has been urged to closely monitor the water situation. with data from the Smart Water Operations Center Let’s consider adjusting the drainage accordingly.

Regarding the water situation in the Chi-Mun River Basin Currently, there is an upward trend Until the flow overflows some banks. The Royal Irrigation Department by the Royal Irrigation Office 6, 7 and 8 have integrated together in water management and water traffic management. along with lifting the drain door and install a pump impeller along the Chi-Mun River to accelerate drainage in the Chi and Mun rivers into the Mekong River asap To prepare for the amount of rain that will increase this week.

The Irrigation Department will closely monitor and monitor the weather conditions. ready to manage water accordingly Ready to help the affected area until the situation returns to normal. or until the end of the rainy season. People are asked to closely monitor the weather and water situation from government agencies. If assistance is required, requests can be made to local irrigation projects or call 1460, the Royal Irrigation Department hotline at any time.

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