The Vega Baja Sostenible Consortium has received with satisfaction the approval of 800,000 euros by the Consell. An aid pursued by the consortium that presides over Manuel Pineda and that will be destined to the works of the Transfer of Dolores Plant. The president of the Consortium has ensured that “the Vega Baja is the region that takes more money compared to the rest of consortiums, and this is the result of the work done these years so that we finally have facilities in the region.”
The Plenary of the Consell approved last week to allocate 2,2 million euros to 13 entities for investments destined to installations and services of waste management. In the plenary session the proposal was approved to authorize the signing of the collaboration agreement between the Ministry of Agriculture, Environment, Climate Change and Rural Development of the Generalitat Valenciana with the consortia, so that they can receive these investments.
The agreements will make possible the collaboration for the construction and the accomplishment of improvements of facilities of transfer, valorization and elimination of urban waste. “With this approval and the signing of the agreement, which we will carry out shortly, we take a step further in the improvement of waste management in the region,” said Pineda, who added that “during these four years we have changed the perception that we had of the entity, we have acquired the first mobile eco-park and this help has been obtained “.
The rest of beneficiary entities will allocate the money to purchase equipment, as well as machinery for the provision of renewable energy or waste treatment facilities, among others. “We were waiting for this approval to continue with the roadmap that we set ourselves from the Vega Baja Sustainable Consortium, which was to carry out the construction of a transfer plant in the Dolores area”, explained the president of the consortium, and He added that “it was also an objective to leave the administrative inertia of some pending issues so that the new Corporation can work in conditions and continue with the improvement of waste management in the region.”