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7.2 billion m3 of water reserves for Morocco

The reservoirs of the main national dams have, to date, reached more than 7.2 billion cubic meters, a filling rate of 46.2%, depending on the daily situation of the main large dams in Morocco established by the Department of water.

The Al Wahda dam (Ouezzane province) reached a fill rate of 51.1% (1.80 billion m3). That of Al Massira (province of Settat) recorded for its part a filling rate of 18%, or a water availability of 478.3 million m3, according to the same source.

The filling rate of the Bin El Ouidane dam (Azilal province) stood at 41.3% (502.1 million m3). As for the Idriss I dam (Fes province), it recorded a volume of 875.1 million m3 (77.5%), while that of Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah has 695.68 million m3 (71.4%).

The reservoir of the Ahmed El Hansali dam (Beni Mellal province) has a volume of 213.4 million m3 (31.9%) and that of Oued El Makhazine (Larache province) stands at 561.1 million m3 ( 83.4%).

Regarding the reservoir of the El Mansour Eddahbi dam (Ouarzazate province), it reached 199.9 million m3 (44.9%).

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