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Good Water Practice: Water Quality Meets Established Standards and Ensures Safety

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Good Water Practice: Water Quality Meets Established Standards and Ensures Safety

The GWP continues to maintain stringent control over drinking water quality at its primary facilities, ensuring continuous monitoring and compliance with national regulations. According to recent reports, the drinking water distributed throughout the city’s network fully adheres to established norms and guarantees safety for human consumption.

Currently, technical teams are actively engaged in repairing significant damage to the central main water supply pipeline near Tsitsamuri village. This incident has necessitated the operation of Tbilisi’s water supply system in emergency mode. As a consequence of these repair efforts, fluctuations in water pressure within the network may temporarily cause variations in water color during the initial minutes of restoration.

The impact of this pipeline damage has been substantial, affecting the water supply to a significant portion of Tbilisi and Mtskheta’s population. As of now, more than 60,000 subscribers, amounting to approximately 300,000 individuals, are without water. This situation is exacerbated by the current high temperatures in Tbilisi, which have soared to 35 degrees Celsius, as well as the commencement of the active tourist season. The shortage of water is posing significant challenges and hardships for residents and visitors alike.

Efforts are underway to swiftly resolve the issue and restore normal water supply to affected areas. GWP assures the public of its commitment to addressing the situation promptly and ensuring that water quality and distribution meet all necessary standards for the health and well-being of the community.