| The signing of the receipt of the Los Alcázares Treatment Plant has also taken place | This morning at the Los Alcázares Town Hall, the meeting held between the Mayor of the town, Mario Cervera, accompanied by the Town Planning Councilor, Pedro José Sánchez; and, the president of the Segura Hydrographic Confederation, Mario Urrea together with its Technical Director, Carlos Marco; to announce, among other matters, the start of the Project to increase the capacity of the D-7 in Campo de Cartagena, for an amount of € 1,066,631.38, which will go out to tender this November. In relation to this tender, Mario Cervera, mayor of Los Alcázares, has stated that he is "very happy that these works are becoming a reality in Los Alcázares.
Specifically, this increase in the capacity of the D7 channel is a demand from our neighbors.
since 2016 together with the associations "Stop Floods" and "Get afloat"; and this Municipal Government has managed to execute it in practically a year ". In addition, the CHS has been informed of the drafting of two projects to carry out actions to intercept diffuse water runoff under the AP7 and its channeling to the Rambla de la Pescadería de Los Alcázares, which amount to 7,578 € .673.36, for which both administrations are in contact to establish the appropriate co-financing mechanisms.
Cervera has pointed out that "without a doubt it is the star work to minimize damage from possible floods in the town, recovering this Rambla de la Maraña in episodes of torrential rains, and, the Los Alcázares City Council will participate with an investment of about Two millions of euros". Mario Cervera also wanted to thank the commitment of the President of the Segura Hydrographic Confederation, Mario Urrea, for the presentation during this month of an advance of the Defense Master Plan that finally manages to reach definitive solutions that reduce the continuous damage that floods continue to cause in the municipality and that, in the words of the mayor of the town "will undoubtedly be a comprehensive solution not only for Los Alcázares, but in all municipalities that send us these waters and end up flooding our town." Finally, during this same meeting, the signing of the receipt for the administrative regularization of the Los Alcázares Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) was formalized.
Thus, from this moment on, the Los Alcázares City Council will be responsible for its use, conservation and maintenance. From this reception, Mario Cervera declared that "today we closed a chapter that has been open since 2006, such as this receipt of the Los Alcázares treatment plant.
A treatment plant that involved a cost of more than 20 million euros subsidized with Union Funds European, being one of the most modern treatment plants in Cartagena ".
He also added that from now on "we will sign a new agreement with the ESAMUR entity as it is in charge of its exploitation."
Source: Ayuntamiento de Los Alcázares