Again, eight volunteers from the municipality are enrolled in the Infomur Plan to provide this service.The surveillance and collaboration campaign will be carried out in the central summer months from 4:00 p.m.
to 9:00 p.m.During July, August and September, a total of eight members of the Alhama group of Civil Protection volunteers will provide reinforcement to forest fire prevention agents.
The action is part of the Infomur 2020 Plan, with the aim of protecting one more summer for people, property and the environment.The volunteers will carry out mobile surveillance tasks in Sierra Espuña, the Trasvase shady area, La Muela shady area and the upper districts of Gebas and El Berro.
These are the so-called "black points", places and corners where they do not have the visibility of the usual sentry box guards.95% of forest fires that occur in summer and are usually due to carelessness or carelessness, recklessness, irresponsibility or pyromaniac behavior, so it is recommended:If you spot a fire, call 112 immediately !!Do not throw cigarettes, matches or lighters on the ground.Do not throw garbage out of the authorized containers.Do not throw glass bottles.Do not light a fire in the mountains, boulevards or ravines in times of risk.If you are going to make a burn, request the appropriate authorization and exercise extreme caution during its execution.In times of risk, do not use agricultural or forestry machinery or tools that can generate sparks.Complies with access restrictions to forest areas in times of risk.If you use fire in agricultural activities try to be very careful.Barbecue prohibitedCivil Protection reminds that it is not allowed to make fires in the existing barbecues in Sierra Espuña in the different places and recreational areas scattered throughout the natural park.There is a ban, like every summer, to cook in the bush, both with barbecues and using stoves and portable kitchens.Civil Protection appreciates the collaboration of all users and visitors to the Sierra de Espuña throughout the year and, particularly, during the summer months "in order to avoid unpleasant accidents in the natural environment."
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alhama de Murcia