In addition to representing economic losses for the institution, they also amount to less availability of water for human consumption, for those who also consume it but do pay
Mazatlán, Sinaloa. – During a contract review day in the Monte Verde subdivision, they found that 500 homes did not have a contract made to the paramunicipal, which were connected to 80 illegal drinking water connections.
The Municipal Board of Sewerage and Drinking Water of Mazatlán informed local media that last weekend in the aforementioned subdivision, they found 500 homes illegally connected to 80 connections to the drinking water network.
Consequently, the General Manager, Luis Gerardo Núñez Gutiérrez, stated that he received the express order of the National Water Commission so that all the intakes have their corresponding meter, so that each user pays for the water they consume and that the institution recoups your operating expenses, which are considerably high.
In turn, the Commercial Manager, José Diego Ávila Barrón, complemented ensuring that they will carry out a campaign that ends clandestine intakes, since, in addition to representing economic losses for the institution, they also amount to less availability of water for human consumption, for those who still consume it but do pay.
“A review was carried out in various homes where there is no contract and those that were clandestinely connected had to be cut off with the supply, inviting them to regularize their service, making the corresponding contract with the institution,” said the official. municipal.