It has been a momentous week in Nerja’s history as the water treatment plant has finally been put into operation. The initial testing phase of treating wastewater for the town will run for 6 months until April 2021. It is still yet to be confirmed who will take over the maintenance and operation of the facilities from April 2021, but …
The PSOE leader in Nerja, Luis Peña, claims that the Mayor of Nerja, José Alberto Armijo, is once again deceiving the public over the proposed water treatment plant, questioning, amongst other things, how it can be started with just €2.5 million in the budget for 2013.
Nerja Council is to lodge an appeal against the TSJA ruling that it must pay compensation of €630,304.06 plus interest relating to the expropriation of lands for the construction of the proposed water treatment plant.
It is reported that the TSJA, the Superior Court of Justice of Andalucia, has ordered Nerja Town Hall to pay €630,304.06 plus interest, which may amount to €900,000, to the company Maravillas del Mar S.A. relating to the expropriation of lands for the proposed water treatment plant.
The Ministry of Environment has apparently cleared the way for the tender process for the water treatment plant in Nerja to begin later this year after it was decided to break the project up into distinct phases.
The blueprint for the proposed water treatment plant in Nerja has been on public display, as required by law, and has attracted three complaints from residents and owners of adjacent properties.
Work on expanding the Rio Verde water treatment plant (ETAP) in the Axarquia is due to start in October.
The Agencia Andaluza del Agua (AAA) has taken the first step in the long process involved in the building of the first water treatment plant for Nerja by publishing the preliminary information regarding the infrastructure of this project.
Although we seem to have heard it so many times before, the Junta de Andalucía is proposing to speed up proceedings relating to the proposed water treatment plant in Nerja.