14 Water Supply Fail In Dneprodzerzhinsk

Water Supply Fail In Dneprodzerzhinsk

Posted on April 7, 2010 by team

No Water Supply In Dneprodzerzhinsk 1

For two days Dneprodzerzhinsk hasn’t been having water supply and the citizens hadn’t have any preliminary notice. Many of them even had no chance to take water for drain…
On the left river bank people are busy with water taking, they even make small jams. Here they come with little children, some of them carry holds, others use bicycles.

These people have plenty of negative emotions about the local water and wastewater treatment plant. It’s not the first time when the water supply is cut off.

It had been promised that service water would be brought but people were waiting in vain. They finally had to obtain water in the pond…

People with pails come to the water for the second time, they don’t believe that water will be supplied soon.

No Water Supply In Dneprodzerzhinsk 2

It’s very slippery near the water, the sun is shining but still rather cold – 3C below zero. People try not to slide down in the water.

No Water Supply In Dneprodzerzhinsk 3

Two men with pails and plastic bottles, they have children at home who need water.


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14 Responses to “Water Supply Fail In Dneprodzerzhinsk”

  1. Poop Monster 5000 says:


  2. Monica Broadhole says:

    Dneprodzerzhinsk is in Ukraine. Shame to Ukraine.

  3. momomo says:

    Damn, Ukraine is really going down… By the way, Dniprodzerzhynsk is the birth place of Brezhnev, and in Soviet times used to be a very nice place to live!

  4. Kirov says:

    Who needs water. There is vodka. Also good for laundry – leaves no smell and kills all smells and germs!!! I use it all the time

  5. are you kidding says:

    Capitalist Russian lies !

  6. JB says:

    That’s almost as bad as when I was visiting Kiev a year ago and Russia turned off the heating gas with a foot of snow on the ground. The whole city was without heat because of Russia trying to turn the people against the Ukrainian government.

  7. Thanks for the tip about how to use vodka!! lol. I do actually use it a lot. I infuse different herbs in it, it extracts their healing qualities with no adverse smell. Anyway I digress. I tremendously feel for the people of the Ukraine, and don’t understand why there is not a larger outcry. (actually I do really. It’s all entertwined with not wanting to upset the Russians politically. Like they EVER cared about upsetting the rest of the world.

  8. Tim says:

    This is so sad…at the same time I am thinking I would have found a hose somewhere and siphoned the water instead of climbing down the waters edge…..

  9. That’s so tragic.

    Soendoro Soetanto

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