Beijing is still short of water and water.

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Beijing, Beijing on September 7 (reporter had light) the reporter learns from Beijing municipal water department 7, as of the day, 509 million cubic meters of water has been injected into the Beijing south, where 72% of the south water into the water plant in the city. But by the end of October, Beijing's water resources were still 0.97 billion cubic meters short of 2014 levels, according to operating conditions. 

 The first phase of the south-to-north water diversion project was completed in December 2014, and the water resource dispatch center was set up in Beijing to ensure the safety and stability of the water supply. 

 Beijing municipal water department bulletin, 2015, Beijing plans to use 818 million cubic meters of sod, south water into Beijing insists on "drink, deposit, fill" priority, as the city's downtown main water plant water, relieve the pressure of water supply; It also provides water source for reservoir storage, groundwater recharge and urban water environment. 

 According to the Beijing water resources unified dispatching platform, the average daily inflow of water is 3.45 million cubic meters. As of September 7, there were 509 million cubic meters of incoming water in the middle line of the south-to-north water diversion project, and 36.5 million cubic meters of south water into the city's waterworks, accounting for 72 percent of the total water supply.

 "It will maximize Beijing's drinking water," said the head of the Beijing municipal water bureau. He introduces, at present the functions of Beijing and the city south water waterworks is fully used, and third waterworks using south tamura mountain water, the proportion of more than half of the ninth waterworks south water and local water against the water use ratio to 4:1. In addition, 0.5 billion cubic meters of south water is "deposited" into the daning and huairou reservoirs, and 0.94 billion cubic meters of south water is used to recharge the groundwater. 

 But the bubbling south water did not really quench the city's thirst. 

 "The water situation is still very serious and there is too much debt in history." The head of the Beijing municipal water bureau said the total amount of water in Beijing has not increased substantially. Since 2008, Beijing has introduced 300 million cubic meters of water from the four Banks of hebei province, and over 500 million cubic meters of groundwater is used annually. By the end of October, the maximum amount of south water in Beijing is 703 million cubic meters. Compared with 2014, Beijing still lacks 0.97 billion cubic meters of water. 

 According to the Beijing municipal water authority, in 2015, the actual precipitation and storage of water in Beijing decreased, leading to the decrease of effective water resources. Although the water consumption of industry and agriculture continues to decrease, the total population is rising at about 600,000 per year, and the per capita water resource is also significantly reduced. "Adjusting the industrial structure, controlling the over-rapid growth of the population and saving water rationally is the key to ensuring the steady flow of water in Beijing."