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Historical Origins

The history of Clarification lake The history of Clarification lake

Historical Background

Originally named "Dapi," Cheng Ching Lake is one of the tributaries of the Tsao Kung Irrigation System, initially built to regulate agricultural irrigation. During the Japanese colonial period, in response to military and heavy industrial water demands, the lake began to be utilized. In the 29th year of the Republic of China (ROC), the Tsao Kung Irrigation System was used to channel water into the lake and additional water supply facilities were constructed. After the recovery of Taiwan, the "Kaohsiung Industrial Water Supply Engineering Office" was established in the 36th year of the ROC according to provincial orders. Equipment was then refurbished, water supply was restored, but much of the land had been encroached upon by nearby residents, trees were mostly felled, and a large amount of silt had accumulated. The daily water output was less than 10,000 metric tons, only enough to support the military factories, Taiwan Aluminum, and Taiwan Fertilizer, among other industrial water users.
Clearing lake gate(傅彬霖拍攝) Clearing lake gate(傅彬霖拍攝)
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