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Achievements of 2017

Taipei Feitsui Reservoir Administration November, 2014 Administrative Report

Information Acknowledged:November 30, 2014  Last Updated:December 22, 2014

Organizers:Hsu, Li-hong, Andy Ko Title: Secretary Telephone:26664903

Administrative Report

Innovative measures


1. Water Supply

  • To meet the water demand of Taipei area, Taipei Feitsui Reservoir supplied about 199.1 million cubic meters of raw water to Taipei Water Department. In addition, about 107.3 million cubic meters of tap water were supplied to Taiwan Water Corporation.

2. Water Quality

  • A proper reservoir water management system is needed to provide healthy quality water. The Carlson’s Trophic State Index of October 2014 is 39.13, which falls under the oligotrophic level and it is consumable for the general public.

3. Dam Safety

  • During November’s monthly dam safety inspection, a total of 1,883 measurements by appropriate personnel and 7,350 measurements by the remote control system were completed, thus ensuring the stability of the dam.

4. Water Sales Statistics

  • 20.91 million cubic meters of water were sold in November 2014, generating sales revenue of NT$10.9 million. As of November, the total revenue reached NT$103.5 million.
  • The amount of electricity generated was 4.9 million kWh; sales revenue was NT$17.3 million. As of November, the total revenue reached NT$350.0 million.

5. Water Quality Protection

  • To strengthen the protection of our water resource, Taipei Feitsui Reservoir Administration, Taipei Water Management Office, Department of Environmental Protection and the New Taipei City Government conducted joint surveillances to inspect and protect the catchment area. Four joint inspections in November around camping sites, upstream deer farms, and areas of possible source of pollutions have been carried out.
  • Strict measures of water quality and quantity protection were implemented against water pollution. As of November, 2014, 2 cases of illegal fishing were caught and penalized by the Water Resources Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs.

6. Water Resources Eco-Education

  • In November, a total of 538 visitors (13 groups), comprising members from the general public, the academia, and industrial and business circles have visited the reservoir. The cumulative total of visitors in 2014 is 15,174.
  • The Home of Taipei Water Festival was held on November 22 with a total of 110 participants.

Future Policies

A. The Operation of Water Resources

  1. Enhancing operational functions of the Feitsui reservoir, providing large quantities of high quality water to meet the demand of New Taipei City and Taipei City
  2. Strengthening the electricity operation and water regulations; making full use of water resources

B. Maintenance and Improvement of the Dam and Related Facilities

  1. Maintaining the stability of dam safety monitoring system
  2. Implementing hydraulic facility maintenances to ensure a smooth and sound operation
  3. Improving the stability of power plant equipment and increasing output efficiency
  4. Strengthening Log Boom function to protect hydraulic machinery

C. Improvement of Water Quality and Prevention of Reservoir Sedimentation

  1. Conducting environmental impact assessment for Feitsui reservoir caused by major transport projects; handling the impact factors and potential impacts such as air and water pollution, reservoir siltation and water quantity
  2. Conducting a long-term monitor program for the environmental radiation of the Feitsui reservoir’s catchment area to observe its radiation changes and enhance the Feitsui reservoir’s response efficiency
  3. Coordinating with related agencies to reduce water pollution
  4. Continue to maintain water and soil conservation to control the reservoir’s sedimentation
  5. Continuing to promote water conservation and environmental education

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  • Updated: 2014/12/26 12:06
  • Reviewed: 2014/12/26 12:05

  • Source: Taipei Feitsui Reservoir Administration
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