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    Post by Rocky Tue Jun 14, 2022 6:29 am

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     Baghdad: Omar Abdul Latif

    An environmental activist revealed that the old irrigation systems used by Iraq waste 80 percent of the water, which is already suffering from scarcity. Environmental activist Jassem Al-Asadi said: “Iraq is suffering from the old irrigation systems that it has been using for a long time, with very low efficiency of 32 percent, which has caused the waste of high percentages of water up to 80 percent, at a time when Iraq suffers from a great shortage of its shares. “. And he indicated that Iraq annually loses hundreds of millions of cubic meters of water due to evaporation, and there are no solutions for that, while a country like the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is cultivating and consuming half a billion cubic meters of water annually. Al-Asadi noted that most of the evaporated water is from Lake Tharthar, which was originally designed to store flood water, which necessitates thinking about storing the water in another place rather than subjecting it to evaporation and waste in this place.
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