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Approved the works of the sanitation collector of the south of Las Librilleras, in Lorca (21/06/2017)

The Governing Council has authorized the contracting of the works of the southern collector of Las Librilleras, kilometer 15, Los Curas and others, in the municipality of Lorca, with a bidding budget of 728,143 euros, distributed in the annuities of 2017 and 2018 And financed from the Territorial Compensation Funds.

The objective of the works is to establish an efficient system of water sanitation by the execution of a network of collectors formed by a main and a series of secondary that collect the discharges of the districts of this zone of Lorca and they transfer them to the purifier in Construction in Ramonete.

The execution period of the works is 12 months.

A total of 15 pipelines totaling 11.5 kilometers of pipes with varying diameters ranging from 315 to 600 mm are planned.

The 15 sections are: Main collector, sub-collector of Ramonete, subcollectors of Librilleras 1 and 2, branches Ramonete 1 and 2, branches Librilleras 1 to 8, branches of Los Curas.

The work will be completed with the replacement of the affected services.

The works are part of the Integral Plan for Sanitation of the municipality of Lorca, which is carried out by the General Water Directorate, which is attached to the Ministry of Water, Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries.

Subsidy to the UMU Veterinary Hospital for the practical training of its students

The Governing Council has approved, at the proposal of the Ministry of Employment, Universities and Enterprise, a grant of 6,000 euros to the Clinical Veterinary Foundation of the University of Murcia (UMU), to contribute to the implementation of clinical practices of students of the Veterinary Degree, through the financing of reagents and disposable surgical material for these practices.

The University of Murcia built the Veterinary Hospital for the practical training of its students with a hospital structure similar to veterinary hospitals of other Spanish and foreign universities.

This hospital was a quality leap in the practical training of students, who from 1986 to 1999 performed these practices exclusively in the clinical services of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and in clinics and external consultations.

The Clinical Veterinary Hospital is a primordial clinical infrastructure for the development of regional livestock, provides a quality plus to veterinary education and contributes to increase regional competitiveness.

Source: CARM

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