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The Community invests 93,000 euros in the improvement of the tertiary treatment of the Yecla treatment plant (02/12/2018)

The Ministry of Water, Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries has made an investment of 93,224 euros to implement a disinfection system in the tertiary treatment of the sewage treatment plant of Yecla.

These works will allow greater control and improvement in the quality of the treated water, which will be used to irrigate crops.

The director of the Regional Entity for Sanitation and Wastewater Treatment (Esamur), Joaquín Ruiz, visited the facilities this week, together with representatives of the municipality, to supervise the actions taken.

This plant, which receives the wastewater from the town of Yecla and from the Las Teresas industrial estate, supplies the communities of irrigators Pozo de Santiago and Hoya del Mollidar.

Two ultraviolet reactors have been installed capable of disinfecting all the treated water, a storage tank of sodium hypochlorite with a capacity of 5,000 liters and a new and automated installation for dosing at the exit of the two ultraviolet disinfection equipment.

The Region of Murcia reuses 98 percent of its purified water and supplies 105 cubic hectometres to more than 20,000 irrigators, while in the rest of Spain 15 percent is reused and in Europe the ratio is 9 percent.

Source: CARM

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