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roque treatment plant wastewater

El Roque wastewater treatment plant
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New membranes at the El Roque wastewater treatment plant.

In what is transferred as a step towards the preservation of the environment and the well-being of the community, the City Council of La Oliva carried out this week the renovation of the second phase of membranes in the El Roque treatment plant. The initiative, as explained by the City Council itself, seeks to enhance the quality of treated water, a vital resource for the community, especially considering the regeneration of water from El Cotillo.

The El Roque treatment plant, which is presented as key to sustainable water management in the town, has undergone a substantial improvement with the implementation of these new membranes. The mayor, Isaí Blanco, highlighted the importance of this intervention, stating that "the renewal of the membranes in the El Roque treatment plant reflects our commitment to caring for the environment and guaranteeing a quality water supply".

The growing demand due to new constructions in El Cotillo has led the treatment plant to work at the limit of its capacity for much of the year, according to the municipal corporation. Faced with this situation, the City Council is focusing on the future, with an expansion project underway, with a budget of approximately €2,800,000. The Councilor for Public Health, Cristian Rodríguez, stressed the importance of anticipating the needs of the community: "The expansion of the treatment plant is essential to meet the existing need and ensure that we can maintain high standards in the quality of the water that is purified."

In addition, the First Deputy Mayor of La Oliva, Julio Santana, added his voice to the statements, expressing that "La Oliva is strategically moving towards a more sustainable future. This renovation and expansion project are clear signs of our determination to ensure a healthy environment for the municipality." Santana stressed the importance of addressing the needs of the community in a comprehensive and anticipatory manner.
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I hope that they have budgeted for REGULAR renewal of the membranes.
They do not last long.
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I don’t think anyone could have anticipated the growth in Cotillo when the water treatment plant was moved from the village to El Roque all those years ago. They would probably need a plant 10 times the size of what they have now! Add to that yet more homes being built and more demand for services, I hope they have their planning head screwed on.
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