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11:03

Local

Foreign residents make up one third of sewage treatment plant protesters

Eugenio Cabezas

More than 700 people participated in last Saturday's protest through the streets of Nerja over the ongoing delays to the town's sewage treatment plant, according to local police sources. Around one third of those who turned out were foreign ... the party added that Spain's central government had “shown its firm and decisive will to restart the work with a view to completing the project soon.” Nerja is the only large town in Malaga province not to have its own sewage treatment plant and the

10:31

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's first sewage plant is due to open in 2020

Debbie Bartlett

An important step forward was taken towards Gibraltar's first sewage treatment plant this week, with the announcement that the government has awarded an Advanced Works Contract to a joint venture company formed by NWG Commercial Services Limited ... (Northumbrian Water) and Modern Water. The company will carry out the design and survey work which is required for final planning and environmental approvals and will also carry out preliminary site works for the treatment of sewage in Gibraltar. Once ... these are completed, work can begin on the overall project, which will not only treat the whole of Gibraltar's sewage but also handle storm flows. Modern Water will be responsible for the design and build portion of the contract. Once that phase of

12:45

Local

Wet wipes are causing big problems for the sewage treatment system

francisco Jiménez

Cotton buds, tampons, condoms, bits of food, used oil, nappies... people throw a wide variety of things down the lavatory, but what is causing the biggest headaches for the people who look after our sewage pipes are wet wipes; originally designed to ... pools of sewage coming from the drains and flowing into the rivers, streams or directly into the sea, because the equipment just can't cope. “It doesn't matter how much we invest in technology to try to filter wet wipes, or how many awareness ... It is not easy to put a figure on this extra pressure on human and technical resources, not to mention the environmental damage caused, but the AEAS Spanish Water Supply and Sewage Association calculates that when people throw rubbish down the toilet

17:23

Local

Costa councils urged to use water from sewage works on parks and streets

Mónica Pérez

The company responsible for water distribution on the western Costa del Sol is seeking the agreement of local councils for them to use treated water from sewage works to water their parks and gardens and to wash the streets. Acosol, a publicly ... The company says that currently two thirds of the water that is treated in sewage plants is then pumped straight into the sea while the rest is used to water the area's golf courses - in all 45 courses are kept green this way. It adds that some 30

10:55

Local

Residents film as broken pipe spills raw sewage into sea

Eugenio Cabezas NERJA

A 20cm by 20cm hole in one of the two pipes that takes raw sewage into the sea off Nerja's coast was spotted and subsequently filmed by residents in the town last Thursday. The hole, 400 metres from the seashore between the El Chucho and Torrecilla ... beach, spewed vast amounts of sewage into the sea and was clearly visible from the Balcón de Europa. The incident happened among growing concerns over the town's unfinished waste water plant.

11:33

Local

A bad habit that is good for drain-cleaning companies

Francisco JIMÉNEZ

Desatoros Malaga, describes perfectly the situation caused by people throwing wet wipes down the lavatory: plenty of work for the drain-cleaning companies, but a major headache for sewage companies. “The problem, apart from them not decomposing, is that

20:57

Local

Green light finally given for two new sewage plants in Malaga

francisco jiménez

After being paralysed for a decade the green light has finally been given to two important sewage plant projects in Malaga province, which will mean that the river which flows through the Guadalhorce region will no longer be a type of sink into ... which the untreated sewage generated by 100,000 inhabitants of the area is poured. Despite the long delays and institutional wrangling, it is a very positive sign that there is finally some progress on the Bajo Guadalhorce plant (which will serve