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The plant will service the river Turrilla lorquinas eight councils and improve the quality of water for use in irrigation (14/10/2014)

The Minister of Agriculture and Water, Antonio Cerdá, and the mayor of Lorca, Francisco Jodar, today visited the site of the sewage of Turrilla River, which will serve a population of 9,000 high eight districts and the municipal councils, as Coy, Doña Inés, La Paca, El Rincon, Zarcilla, Las Terrenas, Aviles and Don Gonzalo.

This new infrastructure will treat more than half a million cubic meters of water per year.

The plant will be equipped with tertiary treatment and will involve the removal of the old sewage Zarcilla Ramos and La Paca, whose capacity current debugging "is very limited," Cerda said.

Responsible for Agriculture said that the new treatment "complete purification system in the north of Lorca," and explained that these works "have allowed treated water of high quality."

The infrastructure represents an investment of 3.3 million euros, financed by the Cohesion Fund of the European Union by 80 percent.

The works are part of the Comprehensive Plan Sanitation Lorca, which is "the most important of the General Plan of cleansing and purifying of the region hydraulic performance."

The activities planned in Lorca allow recover waste water for use in irrigation lorquino the districts high.

The regional government is running a "large network of drainage and treatment covering the entire town of Lorca to improve the quality of life and provide quality water for use in irrigation schemes," Cerda said, adding that the 70 percent of works already executed or in the bidding.

Source: CARM

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