Oscillations in the levels of dams in the Metropolitan Region of Curitiba, which have direct interference from the rainfall regime, lead the Paraná Sanitation Company (Sanepar) to maintain the current rotation of 60 hours of supply and up to 36 hours with suspension.
The table for the period from January 14th to 25th follows the 60h x 36h model until the level of the Integrated Supply System of Curitiba and Metropolitan Region (SAIC) is at least 80%, when the rotation may be suspended.
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The state of Paraná continues to be in a water emergency situation, with an accumulated deficit of rainfall and rainfall forecasts at average or below average.
The rains of the last few weeks contributed to the evolution of the levels of the four dams, which on average reached 73.11% this Monday (10), the highest level since the beginning of the rotation, almost two years ago.
Source: BdF Paraná
Editing: Lia Bianchini