All these water infrastructure will serve a population of 1,400 inhabitants of the nuclei scattered in Moratalla
The field of Moratalla expand its treatment capacity with the construction of new small water treatment plants and collectors in dozens of villages in the municipality, framed in the Comprehensive Plan for Sanitation and Water Purification 2011-2015.
The Plan provides for a comprehensive cleanup of the field of Moratalla with the construction of treatment plants in El Sabinar-The Calar de la Santa, Zaén de Arriba, La Risca, The wine bottles and the pump, the Campo de San Juan.
The system is completed with the adaptation and improvement of the old treatment plants Mazuza-Requena and Inazares House and the construction of collectors for the collection of wastewater.
The owner of Agriculture and Water, Antonio Cerda, today with the mayor of Moratalla, Antonio Garcia, the actions in this Plan, which will have an investment of 5.5 billion euros.
Cerda said that "we do not want that no matter how small nucleus is left without a sewage system."
All these water infrastructure will serve a population of 1,400 inhabitants in rural areas of Moratalla.
He added that a plan is "very ambitious and necessary" but "also complex because their cores are very scattered."
The Ministry of Agriculture and Water has already implemented the first phase in the purification of Moratalla, Benizar-La Tertia, and Glen Cross, which are operational, and general collectors north of Moratalla.
These actions counted with an investment of 6.8 billion euros.
Cerda said that after completion of the major treatment plants in the region, "the regional government is now focused on reaching all villages to avoid losing a single drop of water, improve the quality of this resource as well as the quality of life of citizens of small towns. "
The Minister said that in Murcia "eliminate 98 percent of the pollution load of water, which also allows us to obtain high quality water for use in local irrigation, environmental restoration of our rivers and streams."
The regional government has invested 600 million euros in water infrastructure over the period 2001-2011, with the construction of 46 large treatment plants, more than fifty small treatment plants and a network of collectors of 350 kilometers, which makes possible a treatment capacity of more than 100 cubic hectometres year.