The oldest, and smallest, gasolinera in the Alpujarra, situated just before the bridge in Orgiva, is being dismantled by its owners, the Rodríguez brothers.
The Partido Popular in Salobreña has sent photos of a CEPSA tipper-lorry carrying out what appears to be illegal dumping.
The Town Hall began installing 150 new litter bins around town yesterday, the 22nd, including the old town and commercial centre. A total of 70 bins will be allocated to each of the two above areas.
The Town Hall of Salobreña has demanded that the municipal cleaning company, Cepsa, carries out all the conditions laid out in its contract.
The Partido Popular in Salobreña have been asking for months, they say, what’s the point of a Punto Limpio that isn’t working?
Another point included in the last Plenary Meeting of the Town Council was the approval of awarding the municipal refuse collection and street cleaning contract to Cepsa. The company won the contract after presenting a bid of 1,208,618 euros.
Even as Granada groaned under the weight of 4,000 tonnes of accumulated rubbish, two other Andalusian cities were going through the same calvary: Loja and Sevilla.