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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

11:00

LifeStyle

The balloon plant

The botanical name for this plant is Gomophocarpus physocarpus but it has many easier to pronounce common names including balloon plant, balloon cotton bush, bishop's balls, and swan plant. It is a species of milkweed and was previously called ... Asclepias physocarpa. The balloon plant is a perennial shrub native to south east Africa but has been introduced to many countries around the world, becoming naturalised in most of them including the Mediterranean. Safe to prune Calling all ... gardeners When the balloon plant is fully grown it can reach two metres high. It has long narrow leaves and small white flowers with purple accents which appear all year round in moderate climates. The large, balloon-like seed pods form after the flowers

12:21

Local

Environmental checks carried out ahead of Brick Beach project in Mezquitilla

Eugenio Cabezas

...over the location of the rubble treatment plant, which will turn the building waste into sand to be used on the beach. The Socialist PSOE party want to situate it in the Taramillas areas of Torre del Mar. However, Torre del Mar's GIPMTM independent ... party argue that the site is too close to a residential area in the town and that the plant would cause noise pollution as well as create high levels of dust, which they say would have a negative impact on residents' health. The GIPMTM party wants the ... plant to be built next to Vélez-Málaga's existing sewage treatment plant instead.

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.

12:58

LifeStyle

The scaredy-cat plant

Denise Bush

The common names for this plant include, Painted nettle, Scaredy Cat plant and Piss off plant; botanically it can be found as Plectranthus caninus or Coleus canina. Like most members of the mint family Plectranthus caninus is aromatic, mainly ... resistant. A thick layer of mulch in autumn should give the roots extra protection through the winter so that it reshoots in spring. Calling all gardeners Toughening plants up The Scaredy Cat plant has the typical square stems of the mint family. ... and moved around to deter cats from corners of your garden or grown in the border where it will eventually spread. Unlike culinary mint, Plectranthus caninus is not invasive but is a useful and attractive ground cover plant for dry areas in semi-shade.

12:49

LifeStyle

Fascinating facts about 'crocking' plant pots

Hands up anyone who puts stones, gravel or 'crocks' (pieces of terracotta pot or broken crockery) in the bottom of their pots before filling them with compost. I imagine that will be most gardeners because as everybody knows, putting crocks in the bo

12:49

Local

Work restarts on Nerja sewage treatment plant

Eugenio Cabezas

Work finally started again to Nerja's sewage treatment plant on Monday. The long-awaited return of Isolux-Corsán-Corviam, who gave assurances that they would be able to complete the project, came after a series of protests in the town in January and

15:52

What to do

Exotic plant exhibition

Tony Bryant benalmádena

The eleventh edition of the Feria de Plantas de Coleccíon, the plant fair, is to be held in La Paloma Park in Benalmádena next weekend. The three day event will commence on Friday 14 (Good Friday) and will continue until Sunday 16 April. The show

16:04

Local

First Nerja sewage treatment plant protest planned

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The first demonstration over delays to the completion of Nerja's sewage treatment plant is due to take place tomorrow, Saturday, after authorisation to organise the event was given by the national government. The protest will start at the town ... hall at 11am and head towards the main treatment plant, near the Fuente del Baden residential area. All residents and organisations are invited to take part.