The A6 Zone Consortium is the Administration responsible for the management of domestic waste treatment services, separate collection of special household waste – through its network of ecoparks and ecomovable – in a territory that covers the 27 municipalities of the Region of the Vega Baja of the province of Alicante.
The management of domestic waste suffers from general ignorance on the part of the users of the different services. Neighbours, companies and, to a lesser extent, administrations involved, are unaware of the distribution of responsibilities, the management of each fraction, the objectives and costs associated with them, resulting in inefficiencies, An improved use of these services.
This circumstance makes the resources dedicated to communicating, sensitizing and educating in relation to the waste management that we generate in our homes have an immediate and sensitive performance.
The purposes of the Consortium, according to its statutes are:
Act as competent administration for the final processing and adjudication of private initiative management projects in accordance with the provisions of Articles 36 and 37 of Law 10/2000, dated December 12, on Waste in the Valencian Community for the provision Of the valorization and elimination of municipal or municipal waste of article 4 e) in the territorial scope of the Zonal Plan.
Where appropriate, it will elaborate and formulate projects of management of public initiative in accordance with the established in article 35 of Law 10/2000, of December 12, of Waste of the Valencian Community, and with the contents to which they are Referred to in Article 34 thereof.
If applicable, it shall declare the direct management of waste recovery and disposal services through any of the formulas provided for in the local regime legislation, when it is advisable for reasons of general interest and efficiency in the service, assuming One of the submitted management projects, proceeding to the compensation to the promoter for the expenses of the realized project.
The Consortium may develop any other lines of action in relation to other municipal waste management operations.
The Geographical scope
The geographical scope of the actions is defined by the territory occupied by the 27 municipalities that make up the Consortium, which are as follows: