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Almeria Provincial Council completes new water infrastructures to guarantee water supply in Sufi

The Governing Board has received two projects that have improved water networks in the municipality to put an end to breakdowns and improve efficiency.

The Provincial Council of Almería has completed the new water infrastructures that guarantee the water supply in the municipality of Suflí. The Governing Board has approved the receipt of three projects that have improved the water networks, as well as the opening of a new borehole that will serve the municipality.

These actions, financed 100% by the Provincial Council, are being a boost to improve the service that the residents of the municipality receive every day. Antonio J. Rodríguez, the provincial councillor for Development, highlighted the fact that these projects “will guarantee access to quality and quantity of water, as well as preventing possible breakdowns and improving the efficiency of the municipal supply network”.

In this sense, the provincial deputy recalled that thanks to the low price obtained in the awarding process, this improvement in municipal infrastructure has been at zero cost for the Suflí Town Council, which has saved 100% of its contribution. Both actions have involved a provincial investment of over €120,000.

Specifically, improvements have been made to Avenida de Purchena, Calle Las Eras and the urban crossing of the provincial road AL-6101. A total of 628 metres of piping has been replaced, as well as 58 house connections and gate valves and connections to existing branches.

In the same way, each action has led to an improvement in the road surface and pavements affected by the work. “This is a project that improves the most important asset that businesses and homes need most. The water that comes out of the taps every day”.

The so-called Water Infrastructure Investment Plan to which these works belong has a budget of more than 9 million euros and works in 22 municipalities.

This Plan is the result of the commitment made by the Provincial Government to guarantee quality water, an optimal service and also the viability of the public company that manages water in the Levante and Almanzora.

The investments of this Plan have already reached Antas, Bédar, Carboneras, Cuevas del Almanzora, Huércal-Overa, Los Gallardos, Mojácar, Pulpí, Taberno, Turre, Zurgena, Albanchez, Fines, Laroya, Macael, Sierro, Somontín, Suflí, Tíjola, Arboleas, Lúcar and Urrácal.

 

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