The municipality of Dolores has hosted a technical talk addressed to mayors, councilors and residents of both the municipality and the region to publicize the transfer plant project that
approved the Vega Baja Sustainable Consortium in the Government Commission last week. The president of the Vega Baja Sostenible Consortium, Manuel Pineda, was present at the event.
Mayor of Dolores, Joaquín Hernández, the general director of Climate Change and Environmental Quality, Joan Piquer, as well as technicians from the Generalitat Valenciana. The latter have
In charge of offering explanations from the technical point of view all the characteristics of the future transfer plant, as well as its safety for people and the environment
or the economic benefits that the installation will bring to the municipality in the form of savings and generation of jobs.
The project is now in the phase of allegations and any person can present the ones that seem appropriate, with the aim of improving the management of the future installation. The mayor of
Dolores, Joaquín Hernández, explained that Dolores signed an agreement in which the municipality offered its intention to cede land from the industrial estate to house one of the plants
of transfer that the region needs. Once the project was approved, the mayor said that “it is available to any neighbor of both Dolores and La Vega Baja.
who wants to know what it will consist of “. The first mayor of Dolorense wanted to make clear that “first there are the interests of the residents of the municipality and we are convinced that it is a
interesting and beneficial project “.
Hernandez has given some details of the transfer plant or possible concerns such as road traffic. “We have never had a complaint about traffic in the polygon, whereby
hundreds of trucks pass through the municipality, “said the mayor. In this sense the general director of Climate Change, Joan Piquer, explained that “they will adapt
various roads to improve that traffic in the municipality. ” Also, he explained that no transfer plant of the Valencian Community has received complaints from their municipalities.
The president of the Vega Baja Sustainable Consortium, Manuel Pineda, wanted to thank the “courage” of the mayor of Toledo and explained that “we are talking about an installation of the
XXI century and no one can have in his mind images past and horrible as the plant of La Murada. In this sense, Pineda has also thanked the Generalitat Valenciana for its support
to solve the problems of waste in the Vega Baja.
For his part, the general director of Climate Change and Environmental Quality, Joan Piquer, explained that “what we want is to deal with the maximum transparency of the problems of
waste”. In this regard, he said that visits have been made to transfer plants, in which residents of Dolores and a large majority of the municipal corporation have participated.
Piquer has assured that “never, no mayor or any neighbor of the Comunitat Valenciana has complained about a transfer plant”. In this sense, he has affirmed that “this gives account of
the technical, industrial and logistical aspect of this installation, which only saves money and emissions in transport, and collaborates in the improvement of selective collection “.
As for the budget line of the general management, the owner of the same has explained that they have dumped around one and a half million euros for the implementation of the
transfer plant and ecoparks for this Consortium. “Basically the budget is a transfer plant and we hope to continue making these investments in the region of
the Vega Baja “, has qualified Piquer.
Citizen Participation Plan
The president of the Consortium, Manuel Pineda, said that “from the hand of the Generalitat Valenciana we will propose to the board of mayors of the region a Participation Plan
Citizen, as it is contemplated in the Integral Plan of Residues of the Comunitat Valenciana “. In addition, it will also propose “a community composting plan that can start in the
schools of the municipalities that are thus lent, “Pineda explained. The president thanked the Generalitat Valenciana and the general director of Environmental Quality, Joan Piquer,
the one that “we have been able to count so much in the budgets of 2018 as in those of 2019 with a game of one and a half million to build both the transfer plant.