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Egypt looks to groundwater collection as talks deadlock on Ethiopia dam

The Egyptian Ministry of Irrigation is working to collect the largest possible amount of groundwater through "auto-control" devices, which have been supplied to more than 15 groundwater wells.
This photo shows a general view of the High Dam in Aswan, Egypt, Jan. 3, 2021.

Egypt’s Irrigation Ministry strives to collect the maximum amount of groundwater by installing “auto-control” devices in more than 15 underground wells.

Egyptian Minister of Water and Irrigation Mohamed Abdel Aty said that the ministry developed and increased the efficiency of its machinery and cranes in the New Valley governorate to ensure an immediate response to emergencies and periodic maintenance of the groundwater wells in the New Valley, so as to ensure their sustainability.

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