The Royal Irrigation Department controls the water at the bottom of the Chao Phraya Dam in accordance with the water situation. Minimize the impact on people as much as possible
Mr. Prapit Chanma, Director-General of the Royal Irrigation Department Revealed about the water situation in the Chao Phraya River today (September 23, 2022) that at 11:00 a.m. at Station C.2, Mueang Nakhon Sawan District, Nakhon Sawan Province, the volume of water flowed through 2,028 cubic meters (cu.m.)/second. The water level is 2.70 meters below the bank, tends to decrease. Before this amount of water flows into the water from the Sakae Krang River and its tributaries. flows into the area above the Chao Phraya Dam Control the drainage through the Chao Phraya Dam at Station C.13, Sappaya District, Chainat Province, at a rate of approximately 1,989 cubic meters/sec.
Tomorrow (September 24, 2022) will control drainage through the Chao Phraya Dam to be within a threshold of not more than 2,200 cubic meters / second, causing the water level at the back of the dam to increase from about 0.30-0.50 meters during the period. 25 – 27 September 2022, in the lowland communities outside the dam, namely Khlong Pong Peng, Ang Thong Province, Khlong Bang Ban, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, Sena District, Phak Hai District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province (Mae Nam Noi), In Buri District, Mueang Sing Buri District, Phrom Buri District Sing Buri Province and Chaiyo District, Ang Thong Province, at Wat Nam Station C.29A, Bang Sai District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province With an average water flow rate of 2,499 cubic meters/second, the Royal Irrigation Department has used the Khlong Lat Pho floodgates due to the royal initiative. Accelerate drainage into the Gulf of Thailand during low tide to its full potential.
The Royal Irrigation Department has prepared machinery, tools and staff at risk areas. who are ready to help and mitigate the impact on the people immediately as well as closely monitoring the weather and the flood situation Manage water in accordance with the downpour situation. For the Chao Phraya Dam, Chainat Province, the irrigation system has been used to import various canals. both the west and east banks of the Chao Phraya River Water management according to the potential of the canal To reduce the impact on the people as much as possible, the water situation can be monitored at www.rid.go.th or https://www.facebook.com/Kromchon and http://swoc.rid.go.th/ or call the Royal Irrigation Department hotline 1460