| With a budget of nearly 120,000 euros and an execution period of three months, all the actions are already underway | The City Council of Las Torres de Cotillas is carrying out a series of improvements and the renovation of the sanitation network, the pumping station and the promotion of wastewater from the residential sector of Calle Diputación in the municipality. The first deputy mayor, María Ángeles Fernández Fernández, has visited the works, highlighting that "this project will not only serve to solve current problems, but also serve to respond in the future to the growth forecast contained in the General Plan." For his part, the mayor of Torreño, Joaquín Vela Fernández, points out that this project, together with the different actions already undertaken and planned, "are yet another step in improving the quality of life of the residents." The budget for the works amounts to about 120,000 euros, and has a completion period of three months. More specifically, the works consist of a new sanitation collector where the different farms located on both sides of the street will be poured, the construction of a new wastewater pumping station and the pipeline to drive these waters to a well located on Mayor street. The new pipes will be made under the existing sidewalk and roadway, with the collector at the bottom and the drive on it.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Las Torres de Cotillas