Also remember that there is a side meeting of April 18 with the obligations of the owners to prevent heat-related problems
The Meteorological Agency predicted to reach 36 degrees today in the town of Yecla, so set the yellow alert warning of the risks from these high temperatures.
Under these circumstances, the City should take precautions to prevent fires and, if possible, no outside activities that increase the risk of dehydration and other problems related to the intense heat.
On the adoption of heat-related measures, the City again to remind neighbors to meet, there is a camp of April 18 in which, literally, provides the following three points:
"First, The prohibition of using sewage sludge as organic fertilizer on farms and lands of the town of Yecla, during the period between May 1 and September 30, 2011.
Second, remind all owners of land plots of any kind should take appropriate measures to keep them safe, healthy and ornate public.
The lots and parcels must be devoid of weeds, grass or stubble (not that they can be disposed of by burning in any case) and no puddles to avoid the presence of insect pests and rodents.
Third: Remember the prohibition of land plots to take any solid waste, debris, industrial waste or listed as special (furniture, appliances, junk, manure, etc.). That may pose a potential fire risk. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Yecla