The political groups supporting the current tripartite government in Nerja, PSOE, IU and EVA-Podemos, have denounced what they allege are serious deficiencies in the construction of the sewage treatment plant in Fuente del Baden.
The Minister of Environment, Isabel García Tejerina, has been visiting Nerja, and in particular the works to construct the first sewage plant in the municipality, long overdue of course.
The Mayor of Nerja, José Alberto Armijo, has announced the start of the long-awaited sewage treatment plant in Nerja.
On Tuesday, technicians from the Ministry of Environment signed the preliminary document verifying readiness for construction of the sewage plant for Nerja, one of the many mandatory steps in the process relating to the project.
The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment of the Junta de Andalucia is carrying out the technical supervision of the adjudicated contract for the Residual Water Treatment Plant in Nerja, apparently a necessary prerequisite to the start of construction.
The Mayor of Nerja, José Alberto Armijo, has reported the encouraging news that the Directorate General of Water has approved the project for the water treatment plant in the amount of €23,245,000 and with a completion period of 30 months, with 24 months being for construction and 6 months for testing.
Burying time capsules with foundation stones is a great idea as it affords an interesting historical perspective. An amphora containing a few Sestertii, a copy of the Daily Papyrus and a drawing with Aramaic annotations has been dug up in the east of the town. It is thought to relate to some sort of proposal for a water treatment facility.
The president of the Asociación de Empresarios de Nerja (AEN), Angela Díaz, has expressed her satisfaction with the latest published news relating to the existence of an allocation of funds for the proposed sewage plant in Nerja, specifically an item on page 142 of the State Budget for the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment under the heading ‘National Water …
Following a meeting held at the Ministry of Environment, the Mayor of Nerka, José Alberto Armijo, has announced that the sewage plant project could be approved by the Directorate General of Water at the end of this month or in October.
The joint venture company Corsan-Corvian-Isolux has presented their project for the sewage treatment plant to the Ministry of Environment within the extended deadline period.