The Minister of Agriculture and Water, Antonio Cerdá, and the mayor of Santomera, José María Sánchez, today inaugurated the work of the collector of the district of La Mota, the collector of the southeastern and the Sisco and expansion of wastewater treatment .
The first collector runs from the Plaza of the Coronation to the large pipe that crosses the garden area and pour the flows to the Merancho Azarbe.
This project will improve drainage of rain "by preventing flooding, as has been seen after the recent rains," said Cerda.
The owner of Agriculture and Water said that it is a work "modest but important" because it eliminates a problem that caused concern to residents of the area when storms occurred.
"Although there are underground, are a contribution to the improvement of public service," said the counselor.
The installation of this pipe, one meter in diameter, represents an investment of more than 200,000 euros, financed entirely by the Ministry of Agriculture and Water.
The counselor also inaugurated the works of another collector who will expand the wastewater collection throughout the southeast and Sisco and improves the evacuation of rain in the Commission for the City Hall Avenue.
This will have invested 1.4 million euros.
Third, Cerdá visited the works to expand the sewage treatment plant which will increase its capacity by 50 percent, from a treatment capacity of 4,000 to 6,000 cubic meters per day.
Represents an investment of 1.5 billion euros.