The Minister of Agriculture and Water, Antonio Cerdá, along with the Mayor of Alhama de Murcia, Fernando Alfonso Ceron, today made the first stone Gebas treatment plant, which will serve a population equivalent of 200 people and will have a treatment capacity 40 cubic meters per day.
Cerda said that the plant is designed with the treatment processes "most appropriate and advanced" to achieve a quality "more than enough water and direct reuse in agriculture."
This infrastructure has the environmental protection measures and integrated into the landscape of the natural landscape of Sierra Espuna.
Responsible for Agriculture and Water said that these new plants "undoubtedly take on a leading role in the conservation of the landscape and the maintenance of environmental values â€‹â€‹of the regional environment."
He stressed that the regional government claim "is to reach more scattered population centers," and added that the new treatment plant is part of the regional purification plan "provides coverage to all municipalities."
This infrastructure, which is complemented by a sanitation collector of 750 meters in length, has an investment of 219,000 euros, financed by 80 percent by the Cohesion Fund of the European Union.
Visit to the works of the treatment plant of El Berro
The Minister of Agriculture and Water and the Mayor of Alhama also visited the works of the treatment plant of El Berro, to check its running state.
The treatment capacity of the treatment plant is 240 cubic meters per day, and will serve 1,200 people.
The investment is 689,000 euros, financed by 80 percent by the Cohesion Fund of the European Union.
Cerda recalled that the objective of the General Plan of cleansing and purifying of the Region of Murcia, on completion of its first stage, is "to equip a small rural sewage or connect through a network of collectors to its main sewage" .