Water reserves running low
Cyprus’ water reserves are dangerously low, as the island’s dams are currently recording one of the worst inflows for a decade despite recent storms. Since October, when the rainy season began, water inflow stands at 40% of the past decade’s average. According to the Water Development Department’s website, Cyprus dam capacity is at 69.4%, or just 202 million cubic metres of water have flowed in, 59 mcm less than the same period last year, when capacity was 89.1%. Talking at an event marking World Water Day, the department’s acting director, Lia...
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