ES Government – Agerh publishes State Dam Safety Report

ES Government – Agerh publishes State Dam Safety Report
ES Government – Agerh publishes State Dam Safety Report

The State Water Resources Agency (Agerh) published, this Wednesday (03), on the Agency’s website, the State Report on Dams, with information on activities involving dam safety.

The report refers to the year 2023 and presents important information about the performance of the Agerh team, dam safety plans, inspection and status of state dams.

Prepared to provide more transparency to society and ensure progress in the implementation of the National Dam Safety Policy in the State, the report also presents important recommendations on dam safety.

Agerh’s water infrastructure manager, Rafael Wolfgramm, explains that the information published in the report is important for preparing future management actions, in addition to being an accounting of the work that has been developed by Agerh.

“This report demonstrates yet another advance in the activities carried out by Agerh, allowing us to consolidate important information. We work with the aim of acting with transparency in relation to the preservation of dams, which are important structures for facing extreme events such as droughts and floods”, pointed out Rafael Wolfgramm.

The report shows that in 2023, Agerh inspected 76 dams across the State and notified 73 entrepreneurs who did not complete the State Dam Safety Registration, of which 61 responded to the request and registered.

It is important to highlight that the dams are the responsibility of the entrepreneur, who must keep all documentation and registrations up to date, as well as the maintenance and correct operation of the dam, in accordance with State Complementary Law 912/2019.

To access the 2023 State Dam Report Click here

Press Information:
Agerh Communications Advisory
Kelly Badaró
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The article is in Portuguese


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