On Sunday November 16th, a little later than usual due to the extended summer season, it is the tenth Seabed Cleaning exercise, weather permitting of course.
River clean-up almost complete
The Council has announced that the clean-up of the rio Chillar as far as the border with Frigiliana is almost complete and in a few days they will begin on the rio Seco.
Council begins cleaning the riverbeds
The Council has started cleaning up the riverbed both on the stretch belonging to the municipality, from the mouth to the Puente Nuevo, and the area belonging to the Junta de Andalucia, from Puente Nuevo to the quarry.
Council requests clean-up of riverbeds to prevent possible flooding
The Council is once more requesting the Junta de Andalucia to carry out urgent cleaning work along the rio Seco and rio Chillar in Nerja in order to prevent any problems should heavy rains occur.
New anti-stick product being used to help clean up wax from the processions
The Council Cleaning Department will be experimenting with a new product designed to stop the candle wax sticking to the pavements during the upcoming Easter Week processions.
Battling the gum
Fuengirola Council is using a new machine, costing 13,500, to remove chewing gum from the pavements in the municipality.
Cleaning and maintenance contract for the green areas of the town
Ronda Council has awarded the contract for the cleaning and maintenance of most of its green areas to a special employment centre, the Centro Especial de Empleo Accesibilidad Comarcal, and will run for one year and involve four companies, three of them from Ronda.
Divers clean up around Maro
Twenty professional divers from the Association of Underwater Activities at the University of Malaga (AUAS) spent the afternoon cleaning rubbish from an 80,000 square metre area of seabed between the watchtower and Molino de Papel beach in Maro.
A wee problem in Vélez-Málaga
The Councillor for Cleaning Services in Vélez-Málaga, Antonio Martín (PP), has appealed to the public not to urinate in the streets, with a reminder that offenders face a fine of between €90 and €300.
Council to invest €650,000 for the cleaning of schools
The Council is to invest €650,000 in the maintenance and cleaning of a dozen schools and colleges in the municipality. The new concessionaire will not only provide the regular cleaning services but will also provide personnel to be available to perform urgent tasks.