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Valcárcel notes that with the commissioning of the plant Cañada de Gallego "closes the cycle of waste water treatment" (08/02/2011)

Highlights the regional government's effort to bring the General Plan of drainage and water treatment for small towns

The President of the Autonomous Community, Ramón Luis Valcárcel, opened today, with the mayor of Mazarrón, Francisco Blaya, the treatment plant Cañada de Gallego, who has received an investment of 1.5 billion euros.

This infrastructure is designed for a population of 2,000 inhabitants, whose economic activity is based primarily on farming and horticultural exports of tomatoes, melons and lettuce.

The new wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) is part of the treatment of small cores of General Plan of cleansing and purifying of the Region of Murcia.

Thus, the president said, with the commissioning of the plant in Canada Gallego "closes the cycle of waste water treatment in the Region, and we have fulfilled the goal we set ourselves for over ten years in One hundred percent of Murcia purified water. "

The General Plan of cleansing and purifying of the region is a continuous action and priority of the regional government that was launched in 2000 and whose objectives are "amply met" Valcarcel said, adding that "we overcome the debug parameters water required by the European Union. "

One hundred percent of the urban population is already connected to treatment plants that remove 97 percent of the pollution load and provide the year 100 additional hectometres water "of the highest quality and safety."

The Region of Murcia is the first in Spain and Europe in sanitation and water purification.

The effectiveness of water management in Murcia has been recognized nationally and internationally to be the Segura basin the only one to recover all of its wastewater.

The treatment plant has a capacity Gallego Cañada purification of up to 1,000 cubic meters per day and includes tertiary treatment system of filtration and disinfection "perfect" the process of wastewater treatment.

"The plant incorporates the most appropriate treatment processes and advanced to achieve a quality more than sufficient water and direct reuse in agriculture," said regional president.

Also, Valcárcel stressed "the commitment and efforts of Murcia to get the most out of water", adding that efficient management of water resources in Murcia is a great example you are moving to the rest of Spain and world. "

Source: CARM

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