Rainfalls in the province of Suweida during the current season have led to the formation of a number of springs as a main source of drinking water in several areas without the need to run wells.

Director of the General Authority for Drinking Water in Sweida, Wael Shuqair, pointed out today that the main springs connected to the drinking water network during the current season are irrigation to feed the villages of Arra, Al-Mujammer and Al-Tanawriyah to feed the village of Rasas and Al-Khawabi to the village of Miamas.

He pointed out that the springs contribute to reducing the costs of the operation of wells in addition to work with the dams witnessed a rise in the stock improved the water reality in the province.

Translated from Tishreen News

Rainfall forms a number of springs in Swaida

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