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The reserves of the main dams reach 51.3% in Morocco

The reservoirs of the main national dams reached more than 8.26 billion cubic meters (m3), a filling rate of 51.3%, according to data from the Ministry of Equipment, Transport, logistics and water.

This level is higher than that recorded on the same date in 2020, during which the reservoirs amounted to nearly 7.77 billion m3, a filling rate of 49.8%, depending on the daily situation of dams established by the General Directorate of Water.

In detail, the Alwahda dam has the largest reservoir with a volume reaching 2.619 billion m3 and a filling rate of 74.4%, against 63.5% a year earlier.

The Idriss 1th Dam comes in second position with an impoundment of 893 million m3, or a filling rate of 79.1%, against 85.3% at the same date last year (963.3 million m3).

With a filling rate of 93.5%, the Oued El Makhazine dam is ranked third thanks to a reservoir of 629 million m3.

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