The Junta de Andalucía is working on the sewage problems in the villages inthe Valle de Río Verde above Almuñécar.
Thanks to a court ruling, Albuñol will be able to build a sewage recycling plant.
The Mayor of Motril, Chairman of the Mancomunidad and the Head of the Aguas y Servicios water board visited the EDAR (Sewage Treatment Plant).
The Mancomunidad de Municipios de la Costa Tropical has begun work on the EDAR de Motril-Salobreña (sewage-treatment plant) which the Chairman claims will do away with the lingering ‘hum’ in six months.
The Mayor of Nerja, José Alberto Armijo (PP), announced that things could be moving, regarding the EDAR (Estación Depuradora de Aguas Residuales, or sewage treatment plant), which is about time as Nerja is just about the only town on the Costa del Sol that doesn’t have one. The budget amounts to 40.5m euros.
Have you ever been in the Las Góndolas area of Almuñécar and smelt that awful sewage stench during the high occupation months? The smell emanates next to the bunker like building right on the corner of the Las Góndolas property, which is supposed to be a pumping station to take all the nasty stuff away.