Pljevlja: The introduced restrictions apply to users who are supplied from the pool in Bogiševac

Without water supply, it will be applied occasionally between 10 a.m. and 14 p.m. and from 23 p.m. to XNUMX a.m.

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Due to poor hydrology, the Vodovod in Pljevlja also introduced daily water restrictions for users who are supplied with water from the pool in Bogiševac.

Without water supply, it will be applied occasionally between 10 a.m. and 14 p.m. and from 23 p.m. to XNUMX a.m.

"It informs the valued users that due to the bad hydrometeorological situation, there has been an exceptional decrease in the water flow from the Jugoštica spring, therefore, in order to rationalize the consumption of drinking water, a partial regime of restrictive measures will be adopted in the Bogiševac basin", according to the announcement of the municipal company Vodovod.

The source of Jugoštica is 7,5 kilometers from Pljevlja. This is the first source that was captured for water supply needs in Pljevlja, back in 1886. The parallel pipeline to the Bogiševac reservoir was laid in 1981.

The water of the Jugoštica spring reaches the Bogiševac reservoir by gravity, and during periods of poor water inflow, the water is pumped from the Pliješ plant into the pool at Bogiševac with the help of pumps at the Podbogiševac plant.

The amount of water that is pumped 24 hours a day is insufficient to meet the daily needs of citizens, considering that more water is consumed than is delivered to the pool in Bogiševac.

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