Bangkok’s Giant Drainage is Finally Ready

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 Thailand Thailand – The Bangkok delegate lead representative Wissanu Sapsompol says the city’s giant drainage will be completely functional for the “stormy season.” The new Bueng Nong Bon drainage, which started development in January 2016, was not supposed to be done until March one year from now. However, the city’s appointee lead representative demands it will be prepared with perfect timing for the realm’s blustery season because of start one month from now.

In view of this, Wissanu says the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has illustrated plans to utilize the waste passage in Prawet region, and the Bang Ao siphon station in Bang Na will assist with accelerating the progression of overabundance water into the Chao Phraya River.

The previous appointee minister of Chulalongkorn University added the BMA would open the finished seepage passages to assist with alleviating any overflow of water in the city during the stormy season, and says they can possibly safeguard 85 square kilometers of the city from flooding.

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The Bueng Nong Bon burrow is 5 meters in breadth and runs for practically 9.5 kilometers at a profundity of 30 meters. Starting at the Nong Bon Swamp, it passes underneath the Nong Bon and Ta Chang waterways, Srinakarin and Udomsuk streets, Sukhumvit 101/1 and the Bang Ao channel.

BMA’s Department of Drainage and Sewerage expresses work on the passage is around 91.5% complete. The division added the passage is expected to address the authentic spills over on Udomsuk Road and Sukhumvit 101/1 and along the Bang Ao trench, which will help the areas of Prawet, Suan Luang, Bang Na, and Phra Khanong.

Morever, The new passage will likewise uphold the Bueng Nong Bon repository, which has a capacity limit of 7 million cubic meters of water.

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