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La Oliva announces the removal of abandoned vehicles
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Radio Sintonia:

La Oliva announces the removal of abandoned vehicles.

The City Council of La Oliva has announced the start of a campaign to remove abandoned vehicles, an initiative coordinated by the Departments of Traffic and Environment in conjunction with the Local Police of the municipality. The aim of this campaign is to address the persistent problem of vehicle abandonment on public roads and private land, thus improving the quality of life of residents and the urban environment.



The mayor of the City Council of La Oliva, Isaí Blanco, said: "With this campaign, we reaffirm our commitment to improving the urban environment and mobility in La Oliva. We want to ensure that the streets are free of disused vehicles, thus promoting a cleaner and safer space for all citizens."

The campaign addresses the problems that affect all areas of the municipality, with special attention to places such as Corralejo, where the lack of parking and the presence of abandoned vehicles generate difficulties for residents and visitors. This action seeks to recover parking spaces, remove dirt and contribute to the beautification of the environment.

For his part, the Councilor for Traffic, Christian Rodríguez, urged citizens to make use of the regulations: "We offer citizens the possibility of disposing of their vehicles responsibly. Voluntary recall is an option that contributes to the proper treatment of vehicles at the end of their useful life, complying with current regulations," said the Councilor for Traffic.

The campaign allows citizens to request the removal and elimination of vehicles by submitting an application to the Local Police, accompanied by the original documentation of the vehicle. In addition, the option of voluntary surrender is offered for proper and sustainable treatment.

In the case of abandoned vehicles on private land, specific procedures are established depending on the ownership of the land and the vehicle. The Councilor for the Environment highlights the importance of citizen collaboration to achieve a cleaner and more orderly municipality.

According to the Councilor for the Environment of the City of La Oliva, David Fajardo, "the active participation of citizens in this campaign is essential. We ask landowners and vehicle owners to collaborate with us to achieve a more sustainable and healthy environment for all," said the Councilor for the Environment.

The prolonged permanence of polluting and unusable vehicles on the streets and adjacent places is considered a serious infraction, according to Law 7/2022 on waste and contaminated soils. The regulations establish fines ranging from €2,001 to €100,000.
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Excellent! Would love if they would get rid of the semi-abandoned landrover on Piedra Playa. I don't suppose anyone has a link to a contact form for the local Police?
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You can report it to the Ayuntamiento via the Linea Verde app. I think the 'approach the Police' is for when you want to get rid of your own vehicle. Good luck!
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Thanks Tamara - I'll have to check that app out. I have the DGT and Clave ones - will add that to the list!
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