The paramunicipal ensures compliance with a health regulation before the Conagua to use treated water in the city and in the new project of the Rafael Buelna
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The Municipal Board of Potable Water and Sewerage in Mazatlán will begin to use treated wastewater for the city’s public services, as announced by the Production Manager, Luis Gerardo Núñez
“We are going to start introducing the culture of using treated water, which is very beneficial for plant issues, and apart from that it returns to its earth cycle, we should already be advancing that and we are just starting it”, said.
He said that these actions will start following a new line that will be opening in the Cerritos area, where they will begin to use a treated water irrigation system for true areas.
For his part, the general manager of the paramunicipal, Ismael Tiznado Ontiveros, reported that the Rafael Buelna project will have an irrigation system with treated water, automatically based on weather conditions to have adequate irrigation.
“The new Rafael Buelna avenue will have an automatic irrigation system; “It is a system that will act intelligently by means of valves in the effect that occurs in the atmosphere since if it is cloudy, and it rains or there is a lot of sun, depending on the climatic state, this way irrigation will be activated and deactivated” , he detailed.
The manager was asked if the use of treated water will have health regulations, so they assured that the National Water Commission regulates the use and endorses said liquid for urban use.
“All the ridges are going to be watered with treated water, we are going to put a tank system in the ridges; the treated water complies with a norm set by Conagua, and the norm indicates that we have to comply with certain health characteristics so that they do not affect and contaminate, ”he assured.
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