On the morning of November 25, the power supply to the pumping stations was restored.
Mayor Nikolaev Oleksandr Sienkovych said that the city, which lived without centralized water supply for more than 7 months, gradually began to be supplied with water.
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“The specialists of the Mykolaivvodokanal MCP are gradually supplying water to the city. As of 6:00 a.m., the power supply to the pumping stations has been restored. It takes time to fill the system. To avoid hydraulic shocks, they first drain the air from the network, and then fill it with water,” the mayor said.
It is worth noting that the water supply to Mykolaiv began to be restored thanks to the liberation of the Ukrainian Armed Forces from the occupiers of Kiselyvka, where the waterworks that provide water to the regional center are located.
It will be recalled that the Russian military fired at this water supply on April 12. It supplies water from the Dnipro River in the Kherson region to Mykolaiv. Yes, a city of half a million people found itself without a stable water supply.