Sinaloa Dams are at 52% of their conservation capacity

Among the dams that continue to present the best reservoirs in the state, Miguel Hidalgo and Huites.

With a capacity of 8,340 million cubic meters, the 12 dams of Sinaloa were located in the first hours of yesterday to 52 percent of their capacity of conservation, reported the Directorate of the North Pacific Basin Authority. the Conagua.

Among the dams that continue to present the best reservoirs in the state, Miguel Hidalgo stands out, which, at 6:00 am yesterday, had a storage of 2 thousand 559 million cubic meters that place it at 71.2 one hundred percent of its conservation capacity.

The second best storage is held by the Huites dam, also from the Río Fuerte hydraulic system, which holds a thousand 837 million that place it at 57.4 percent.

In order of importance is the José López Portillo, with a storage of one thousand 219 million that place it at 47.3%.

Source: El Debate

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