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The City of Yecla gets wells and public sources (25/02/2014)

The work has been done by hiring unemployed programs, which again in this 2014 bid to generate employment opportunities and reclaim our heritage.

The Department of Employment, in collaboration with the departments of Environment and Agriculture, have launched a recovery plan and restoration of public wells and municipal supplies, through a collaborative plan for the unemployed, which has allowed unemployed accediesen to long-term employment, improving socialization and economic status, helping to enhance our rural heritage and environmental.

For the execution of this work has had the participation of the Technical Services of the City and the supervision of Municipal Archaeologist.

This recovery plan wells and public sources, began in the previous legislature, within the "Amphibious" project involves the construction of artificial ponds and tanks cleaning and remodeling, mainly in the environment of Arabi and the place de la Fuente Alamo.

This time he has acted on Pocico Lisón Source, Arbutus and Pozuelo Mine (Mina Tárraga), while work on the Pocico Buitrera began.

All these works have been done with hiring unemployed programs, programs in 2014 will be re-bid to generate employment opportunities and reclaim our heritage.

The work consisted in restoring and strengthening existing infrastructure, using traditional materials and the adoption of specific measures for each source or well, trying to recover the original elements based on the information available in each case, finding in some cases facilities that were not documented.

As for the environmental aspect is to maintain and preserve the associated vegetation, especially rushes and pastures.

In any case, you will be making planting native trees and shrubs in the immediate environment (poplar, cottonwood, hackberry, elm, roses, etc..).

For wildlife has plans to create ponds and associated protection mesh sources to prevent mortality of amphibians and other wildlife.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Yecla

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