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15:54

Opinion

Water and wildlife

PETER HARRISON

It is always good to read something new, especially good news. I was delighted to read in the 10 May edition of SUR in English that the long-awaited sewage plant for the Guadalhorce valley is now operational to process effluent from Coín, Álora and ... chests and black bodies as are the all-black moorhens. They belong to the same family. All are rejoicing in the clean water of yesteryear, thanks to the new plant. My fascination with moorhens and coots goes back several years to when I had cause to

12:18

Local

Current and former mayors to give evidence in sewage treatment case

EUGENIO CABEZAS

...relation to the town's controversial wastewater treatment plant. The two politicians, who are top of their respective lists for the forthcoming local elections, will be appear in court in Torrox in June to testify, along with six other current and former ... Possible fraud The politicians are also being investigated for possible fraud, as Nerja residents have been charged for sewage treatment on their water bills since 2011, despite the treatment plant never having been completed. A former councillor and ... treatment plant, will be voting for them.

10:58

Local

Additional funding confirmed to finish work on Nerja plant

EFE

Nerja town hall announced on Wednesday that central government has approved the release of an extra two million euros to complete the outstanding work on the town's sewage treatment plant. The announcement confirmed that Nerja mayor Rosa Arrabal ... funding will allow the Nerja project, which is the only unfinished treatment plant project on the Costa del Sol, to be completed. The project is currently running three years behind schedule, largely due to the fact that the company managing the project ... declared itself bankrupt in 2017. Once complete, the plant will be able to process up to 25,000 cubic metres of wastewater a day for 125,000 people, allowing for a significant growth in the population during the summer months.

11:33

Local

2022 target set to end dumping of raw sewage in Guadalhorce

F. JIMÉNEZ / F. TORRES

...said that the Junta is doing all it can to end the problem. Fernández was until recently mayor of Coín - one of the towns affected. He explained that the new lower Guadalhorce wastewater plant is now serving the towns of Álora and Pizarra and will ... treat Coín's effluent as well "within a few months". A new Malaga North plant should be finished by 2022, the Junta claims, meaning that waste from Alhaurín el Grande and Cártama can then also be properly treated.

10:58

Local

Guadalhorce sewage treatment plant starts working 20 years after first plans were made

francisco jiménez

...meets the Guadalhorce, the plant is currently operating in a test phase, treating the wastewater produced by the 22,000 residents in Pizarra and Álora. It is expected that in a few months' time it will also serve the municipality of Coín, taking the ... total catchment area up to 44,000 residents. TREATMENT PLANT Catchment area. Coín (21,716 registered residents), Álora (12,951) and Pizarra (9,118). Location. La Aljaima (Pizarra), where the rivers Grande and Guadalhorce meet. Capacity. 8,295 ... plant. Funding. The Junta de Andalucía has paid for the works, with 80% from European funds and the rest from the water treatment fee collected on water bills. It's now two decades since the Junta de Andalucía first envisaged building the treatment

14:24

LifeStyle

A life saver produced in Asturias

ISABEL BÁÑEZ

It seems a bit strange that a factory would be called after one place when it is actually located in another, but that is the case in Asturias, where there is a long-running dispute over the Bayer plant. Its official name is Bayer La Felguera, but ... decided it was going to use this plant to synthesise all the acetylsalicylic acid it uses to create its aspirins. 'Aspirin' is the brand name which is commonly used for all preparations made with this active ingredient, in the same way as people refer ... factory," says the manager of the Spanish plant, Jorge Álvarez, who has worked in different departments since 1996. "The quality was the same, but the Germans could see that things were done more effectively here. They called it the 'Carlón process',

17:25

Local

Overseas candidates hoping to do their bit

SUR IN ENGLISH

José Antonio González Conejero, who is an existing opposition councillor, is the "best prepared person for the role of mayor" and that he is clear about the need to get foreigners "more integrated". "No mayor has made the sewage plant a priority" ... realised very quickly that something urgently needed to be done for the environment in the area. Therefore he joined the recently-founded Los Verdes (The Greens). SUR For Helmut, the wastewater treatment plant is the top priority for the town. "Until ... thanks to our efforts in mobilising the community, we got the works to resume." The commissioning of the sewage plant is the most important short-term goal of the election platform Adelante Nerja-Maro, which is made up of Greens, Podemos and IU.

13:12

Local

Sewage plant in Nerja to enter test phase by summer

Eugenio Cabezas

Work has started again after a break over the Christmas period to complete Nerja's waste water station, which will enter into a testing phase before this summer. Spain's Environment ministry has said that it wants to make sure that work is not furt

12:04

LifeStyle

Aristea major / capitata

Denise Bush

...and it is known as Cetro azul in Spanish. Although drought hardy, Aristea will benefit from regular watering in the summer and is also suitable for planting at the edge of a pond. It is a big plant, reaching 1.5 metres tall by about one metre wide ... and spreads by its rhizomous roots to form a dense clump. The long, narrow leaves are evergreen and provide a stunning architectural element whether in a large pot or as an accent plant in the border. Calling all gardeners Fascinating facts

15:02

Gibraltar

Gibraltar nature reserve extended to protect it for future generations

Debbie Bartlett

...to a number of plant species which are rare in Gibraltar, such as the wild caper, which is found nowhere else on the Rock. It also provides nesting sites for kestrels and peregrine falcons. The habitat in the area will be improved to encourage more