Crn Drim - Ohrid
Crn Drim - Ohrid runs from south-west of the Republic of Macedonia and manages the central water systems in Ohrid, Debarca, Struga, Vevchani, Debar, Centar Zupa, Kichevo, Plasnitsa and Resen. The branch address is at Street Zhivko Chingo 8 - Ohrid.
The floodwaters in the Ohrid River are affected by the following hydro-system:
1. HMS water-flows and rivers
-HМS Kosel - Lakocherej
-HMS Sateska (Volino, Mesheishta)
2.System of water absorption
3.Irrigation system with artificial accumulation
HMS WITH NATURAL WATERS AND RIVERS
HMS Leskoec - The irrigation waters in the water systems of the Srebatska River are captured with a tyrolean grip. This system is combined with piping, open concrete and earth channels. The length of the channel network is 8 km, one third of which is a pipeline, one third is concrete channels and one third of the earth channels.
Irrigation system of the Skrebatska river in the village of Leskoec - Ohrid.
HMS Kosel - Lakocherej is a system combined with pipes, open concrete and earth channels. The channel's length is 8 km. The system is supplied with water from the Koselska River, which has a subordination of 193.3 km2 and a distance of 29 km.
HMS Velmej and HMS Leshani are combined from the pipelines and the earth channels and from the open concrete channels that pass through the village of Leshani. The water for irrigation of the spoils from Gorni Istok Springs, the Zlestovski Springs and the Bistrenci spring. HMC Velmey's outskirts are 4.5 km away and HMS Leshani is 5 km away.
HMS Sateska is a system that covers the villages of Mesheishta, Volino and Klimeshtani. The canal network has 36 km of transported earth channels. Water is a system of spoils from the Sateska witch river has a fallen ground of 411.47 km2 from a 117 km river network.
A separate section of the Satetska River - the village of Volino.
WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM
Water for irrigation in this system is used by way of pumping. The water is used by the springs of Saint Naum with pumping station which is pumping water at a height of 15 meters and then irrigation is done by gravitational path. The entire channel network in this system is coated with a concrete coating.
ARTIFICIAL ACCUMULATION SYSTEM FOR IRRIGATION
The artificial accumulation Slatino was built in 1961 on the Mramorechka River. A dam is 15 m high and 70 m wide. The dam is of earth type with overflowing organ and emptying objects. In addition to the dam, two main channels were built, partly paved in a length of 20 km. This accumulation has an irrigation capacity of 655 ha. Currently, the accumulation is discharged due to the cracking of the dam in 2013 and it is being rehabilitated by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy.
Dam on Slatinsko Lake
Subsidiary Crn Drim - Ohrid in the Struga region beside the irrigation system also has a drainage system. There are also two pumping stations, one of which is in the village Lozani and the other in the village Shum.
Pump station in the village. Lozani - Struga
Pump station in the village Shum - Struga
The channel network in the Kichevo region is 15 km mostly closed system. This channel network operates through HMS Bigor Dolenci and HMS Srbjani. The main source for irrigation is the river Treska, which has a length of 138 km and a watershed of 2,068 km2, as well as other rivers from this region.
Irrigation System of the Treska River - Kichevo
The channel network for irrigation in Debar region is 16 km, of which 11 km is from closed type - pipeline. From the natural irrigation waterways, the water of the Radika River is used as well as the smaller rivers that are located in that part. From the artificial reservoirs for accumulation, the accumulation of Shpilje is used with water pumping. The dam is built in 1969 and located directly to the Macedonian Albanian border, 6 km west of Debar. The height of the dam is 101 m, it has a length of 330 m and a width of 10 m. The total length of the lake is 22 km, accumulates 520 million m3 of water.
Debar Lake - Accumulation Shpilje
The channel irrigation network in the Prespa region is divided into System A1-A2 and System B1-B2 mostly concreted channels. Part of the irrigation is done by pumping water from the Prespa Lake.
Irrigation system in the Prespa region.