The Vega Baja Sostenible Consortium held a Government Commission this morning as a matter of urgency to approve different issues, which have been unanimously approved, among which the appeal for annulment before the Supreme Court on the ruling relating to the Waste Zoning Plan . As concluded by the report of the head of the technical assistance service to municipalities and advisory, the Consortium must appeal in cassation before the Supreme Court the ruling issued by the TSJCV in April, since it indicates that “the essential in this case was the lack of availability of the land for which it was plaintiff and then appellant “, that is to say, the company to which the contract was terminated on January 21, 2015.
The committee also approved the general account for the 2018 financial year, as well as the collaboration agreement between the A1, A3 and A6 Consortiums related to their representation on the Vaersa board of directors. In this sense, the president of the entity, Manuel Pineda, went yesterday to a call for the Ordinary General Shareholders Meeting of the public entity and which dealt with different issues, among which the approval of annual accounts stands out.
Pineda explained that “the objective of the entity is to continue advancing in the proper management of waste and leave the administrative inertia in conditions so that the next representatives of the Consortium can continue working.” In addition, the president has assured that “in these four years we have tried to do a responsible work and set a line so that finally complies with what the European Union stipulates and every time we recycle more and better”.
Light Packaging Plant of Benidorm
The president of the Vega Baja Sustainable Consortium, Manuel Pineda, went yesterday to visit the new process line of the Light Packaging and Sorting Plant that Vaersa manages in Benidorm. The light packaging waste sorting and sorting plant in Benidorm ceased to be operational as a result of the fire that occurred on January 24, 2009.
In 2018, in the Valencian Community a selective collection of light containers of more than 52,280 tons has been carried out, having a forecast for the year 2019 of between 58,000 tons and 60,000 tons, due to the fact that the number of containers installed in municipalities has increased during the fall of 2018.