The Minister of Water and Environment, Antonio Cerdá, and the Mayor of Totana, Isabel Maria Sanchez, will open this Thursday, at 10:00 am, the works of the second phase of sanitation collector Lébor deputation, whose budget amounts to 1.3 million euros and the company has undertaken "Dragados, SA".
The performances have included the construction of a gravity collector to collect wastewater and stormwater flowing into the collector as well as a pumping well built in the lowest point of the route to collect all wastewater.
Furthermore, it has considered the construction of a collector drain to drain rainwater collector collecting gravity through the spillway designed in the pumping well.
The project included the construction of a discharge pipe to push wastewater from the pumping well discharge to a manhole where gravity would split the manifold of Phase I, located at the junction of the N-340 with the promenade Lebor.
Regional and local authorities and opened last January, the new general sewage collector of the South, which collect wastewater and lead to overall sewage outfall of the municipality to be treated.
Said manifold having a length of 5.3 km and a reversal of 632,398 supueso euros.
This infrastructure is completed Lébor manifold, 4 kilometers in length and is already under construction.
The execution of the two collectors will serve a population equivalent of 1,300 inhabitants and collected an average flow of 325 cubic meters per day.
Both actions, involving a total amount of 1.3 million euros, is financed 80 percent by the Cohesion Fund of the European Union.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana