The UCLM-Soliss Tajo Chair proposes reducing the maximum transferable to Segura at level 3 from 20 to 8 hm3

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This Friday, the UCLM-Soliss Tajo Chair presented its proposal for new operating rules for the Tajo-Segura transfer, which includes the need to reduce the maximum amount from 20 to 8 cubic hectometers transferable at level 3 in a situation of hydrological exceptionality.

This was announced in a press conference by the president of the Association of Riverside Municipalities of Entrepeñas and Buendía, Borja Castro, the director of the UCLM-Soliss Tajo Chair, Beatriz Larraz, and the engineer of Roads, Canals and Ports , doctor in Hydrology and Water Resources Management and member of the UCLM-Soliss Tajo Chair, Antonio de Lucas.

A proposal that aims to avoid as much as possible the situation of hydrological exceptionality in the headwater reservoirs and which aims to give “greater stability” to the transfer. Likewise, in the Levante you could “always” know the water you are going to have availableThey have highlighted.

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