One of the reasons for the drought in Isfahan is the existence of water industries in Isfahan. Despite the signals coming from the Iranian parliament and chamber, it seems likely that Iran's hydropower industries will be transmitted. The steel plant is also set to start investing in Afghanistan.
According to Tejaratnews , after the governor of Isfahan announced that the water of Zayandehrood dam is enough for only 100 days of consumption, some experts speculated Probably one of the reasons for the aggravation of the drought situation in Isfahan is the water industry of this province.Mehrdad Akbarian, deputy chairman of the Iran Chamber of Commerce and Industry, has previously said that the steel plant is set to start investing in Afghanistan. But is this the beginning of the migration of steel industries from Isfahan? "If these factories were located near open waters, they would have a better future," explains the deputy head of the Mining Commission. The relocation of these industries to the south of the country is already complicated for the development of the steel sector, but requires expert work and calculation of costs and benefits.
A few days ago, a representative of Isfahan said in public: "All steel mills should go to the water and the development of steel and refineries in Isfahan province should be banned and transferred to the borders so that they can export." >
But is this the beginning of the migration of miners from Isfahan?Akbarian continues: "If we develop large companies in neighboring countries like Afghanistan, the mining capacities of those countries can accommodate Iranian miners." Afghanistan's iron ore is of good quality and compensates for the shortcomings of industries, especially the steel company.
Of course, Akbarian, although he preferred steel industries to be located in the south, does not consider these industries as the cause of Isfahan's drought and says: Steel industries usually use Isfahan's sewage water. It is true that our large industries should not be at the center, but now we need an expert discussion to look at all the dimensions and then move on.
Another reason that justifies the migration of Isfahan industries is the geographical location of Isfahan. If the steel industry had been located in southern Iran as planned, steel exports would have been easier. Access to the open waters of the south to exporting countries greatly reduced the cost of transporting these goods.
Now, considering the severe water shortage crisis in Isfahan, it remains to be seen whether the parliament intends to solve the problem of drought in Isfahan in this way? Has the migration of miners started from Isfahan?