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The most important water project in the Segura basin to bring water from the Tagus Plateau (26/02/2010)

The Official State Bulletin (BOE) today released the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) System project favorable supply from the reservoir of the Commonwealth Cenajo Taibilla Channel, made by the Secretary of State for Climate Change, Ministry of Environment and Rural and Marine, a performance that will ensure the quality of drinking water to the towns of Jumilla and Yecla.

The investment budget exceeds 237 million euros, but the projects must now incorporate the requirements of the DIA

The actions developed in this project was provided as a work of general interest of the State in Annex II of the National Hydrological Plan (PHN) in 2001, and was declared a priority and urgent action in 2005, besides being declared a general interest.

The performance is also integrated into the WATER Program, and has financing from the Cohesion Fund of the European Union for 2007-2013.

The project includes the construction, along with Cenajo Reservoir, a new Water Treatment Station Potable (ETAP) to centralize water treatment capacity is currently Commonwealth Taibilla Channel (the MCT) distributed over several ETAP (Sierra de la Espada, Campotéjar, La Pedrera and Torrealta).

Also remove the risk of contamination by fly-tipping and / or incidental to the rivers, of which could result from adverse health effects of the population, while reducing losses decanted volumes currently produced during his tour of the channel and open channels.

The delivery system has been designed in this project is able to distribute the 131 hectometres of water from the Tajo-Segura destined for human supply.

The pipe system runs through the towns of Moratalla, Calasparra, Cieza, Abarán White, Ulea, Molina de Segura, Jumilla and Yecla, beginning in the reservoir and ending Cenajo through three branches, in the Sierra ETAP Sword and Campotéjar, Cartagena channel Moratalla and municipalities of the Altiplano: Jumilla and Yecla.

The total length is 145 km pipeline, highlighting and making unique works in the reservoir Cenajo, a tunnel of 5,950 meters Cenajo stage, capable of handling a flow of 6 cubic meters per second (m3 / s) A regulating reservoir of 12,000 m3, 3 aqueducts, 9 pumping stations, a regulating reservoir of 4,500 m3 in Jumilla, 4 stations, energy recovery and a remote control system and remote for the entire infrastructure.

Source: PSOE Yecla

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