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Triple A animal shelter to get long-awaited drainage and water supply infrastructure

Diego López with representatives of Triple A.
Diego López with representatives of Triple A. / SUR
  • The works, which should be concluded by May, will mean a significant saving for the public coffers with tankers no longer required to supply the area

Marbella town hall, in collaboration with Hidralia, has confirmed it is undertaking work to provide sewage and drinking water supply infrastructure to the facilities of the Triple A shelter on the road to Ojén.

The councillor for Public Works, Diego López, stressed that providing these services was "a priority". He said that the works, which should be concluded by May, include the installation of 2.5 kilometres of pipes for the water supply from the Puerto Rico-La Montúa area, 300 metres of sewage pipes, a pumping station and a regulating tank. "This is a major intervention in an area where around 600 people work and where the animal protection organisation carries out very important work."

"Until now tankers were required to supply the area and the works will be able to provide a significant saving for the public coffers", López added.