SANTANDER, 31 (EUROPE NEWS)
The Cantabrian Hydrographic Confederation (CHC) has sent public information about the project and environmental studies for the demolition of the Vuelta Ostrera wastewater treatment plant (WWTP), in Suances, and the names of the affected by expropriations.
On September 27, 2023, the Director of Water authorized the CHC to start the public records for the demolition of the treatment facilities – with demolition orders since 2005 – , his study of the environmental impact and relationship between assets and rights, necessary for the success of the project, which begins with the publication, this Tuesday, of the published in the State Gazette (BOE).
The purpose of the project is to identify the activities of the construction phase and to establish the work procedures according to the Vuelta Ostrera demolition work to be carried out.
The demolition project includes the demolition process for the WWTP, as well as the work necessary for the rehabilitation and rehabilitation of the land where it is located until it is successfully restored to its original state. .
In the environmental impact study, alternatives have been considered based on the demolition process, access to the works, suitability of the site for demolition waste treatment and other methods for disposal and destruction.
This work is based on the environmental assessment process.
The names of the affected shareholders are attached in the attached document published in the BOE and the project, its Scientific Research and the names of the affected assets and rights will be included in the Cantabrian Hydrographic Confederation, as well as in the Suances City Council, in addition. of chcantabrico.es so that they can check and make the allegations within 30 days.
In April, the CHC notified the Suances City Council of its decision to locate the treatment plant that will replace the Vuelta Ostrera plant next to the Cortiguera buildings, 300 meters from the current WWTP, and a month later, the City Council presented more than 400. community signatures against this measure.