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Saturday, February 09, 2002, updated at 10:52(GMT+8)

South-to-North Water Transfer Project
Water Diversion Project Ready for Construction in 2002
Beijingers Able to Drink Water from Yangtze River in 2007

The middle-route construction of China's ambitious south-to-north water diversion project will start this year, the Beijing Morning Post reports on Friday.

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Beijingers Able to Drink Water from Yangtze River in 2007
The middle-route construction of China's ambitious south-to-north water diversion project will start this year, the Beijing Morning Post reports on Friday.
 


Shandong Ready for South-North Water Diversion Project
Preparatory work of the east route of the huge south-north water diversion project in Shandong section has lately been completed and construction of the project is expected to kick off this year, says a concerned official.
 


South-North Water Diversion Project to Benefit 300 Million Chinese
The Chinese government has unveiled the ambitious south-to-north water diversion project to balance the nation's water supply. Once it is completed in five to ten years, about 38 billion to 48 billion cubic meters of water will be transferred yearly to the areas with a population of 300 million.
 


Water from Yangtze to Join Yellow River by 2008
Residents in Qingdao City, east China's Shandong Province, will be able to have drinking water from China's longest river, the Yangtze, by 2008.,
 


National Water Resources Survey to Begin in China
A national comprehensive surveyon China's water resources will be completed by 2002, a water official said Wednesday. The purpose of the project is to determine the current situation of China's water resources, establish an appraisal system suitable for the water market, and work out a database to support water-related infrastructure projects such as the development of western China and electricity transfer from the west to the east.
 


China's South-to-North Water Diversion Plan Approved by Experts
Chinese experts have approved the country's ambitious south-to-north water diversion plan, paying the way for the start of the construction work as early as next year.
 


Water Diversion Project Ready for Construction in 2002
The preparation work of the South-to-North Water Transfer Project has met the technical requirements for the start of construction in 2002, said Zhang Jiyao, vice minister of Water Resources.
 


China's Water Diversion Project Not Easy: Official
A Chinese official said that the country's south to north water diversion project will be the most difficult one of its kind in the world. The project's west line will divert water from rivers on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau to the Yellow River valley, and geological and meteorological conditions there are severe.
 


Diversion to Relieve Drought
The construction of China's largest water diversion project is planned to start next year, channelling water from the Yangtze River to saturate the drought-ridden lands and people to the north, according to today's China Daily.
 


Chinese Parliament Concerned over Water Pollution in Three Gorges
The National People's Congress (NPC), the Chinese parliament, has shown great concern over water pollution in the Three Gorges Area, where China's largest hydropower project is under construction and a major river-water diversion project is also being planned.
 


Vice-Premier on South-North Water Diversion Project
Chinese Vice-Premier Wen Jiabao called for scientific planning in the implementation of the South-North Water Diversion Project during his September 4-6 inspection tour in Shandong and Jiangsu provinces.
 


Four Major Projects Will Re-draw China's Economic Division Map
The four major projects-south-to-north water diversion, west-to-east gas transfer, west-to-east power transmission and the construction of Qinghai-Tibet Railway set down in the Outline of the 10th Five-year Plan-will be successively launched in the next five years.
 


Officials on China's Water Diversion Project
China has worked out a plan to divert water from its southern part to the north via eastern, central and western routes.
 


CPPCC Members Hail Planned Water Diversion Project
The proposed launching of a long-debated project to divert southern water to the north has aroused great interest among members of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) attending its annual session in this national capital.
 


Early Start of Cross-Regional Water Diversion Project Proposed
Some members of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) have brought with them specific proposals for the earliest possible launching of the gigantic water diversion project to the coming fourth session of the 9th CPPCC national Committee, said CPPCC session spokesman Qi Huaiyuan.
 


Xinjiang to Revive Lop Nur by Water Diversion
The government of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has decided to bring new life to Lop Nur and regard the decision as part of its efforts to be made for western region development. To this end, Xinjiang will dig tunnels through Mt. Tianshan to divert water from the Ili River to the Tarim River.
 


Largest Water Diversion Plan to Kick Off
The construction of China's largest water diversion project is expected to begin next year, channeling water from the Yangtze River for thirsty people and scorched lands to the north.
 






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