All the people are going to be there, about 150 people from a human sweep. The city is going to be clean, along with the tourist side, on both sides; we are going to supervise the two areas at the same time, said the director José David Ibarra Olmeda.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Public Services has ready the operation and the special human sweeping crews to clean the city during the celebration of the International Carnival of Mazatlán, 2022 edition, in order to take care of the health of the population and the image of the port, he declared Jose David Ibarra Olmeda.
The head of the unit specified that the changes in the party, such as expanding the parade route, the new headquarters of the Burning of Bad Humor, and the Naval Combat, will force the Public Services Directorate to improve the Urban Cleanliness strategy.
He specified that in terms of garbage collection, human sweeping, and other activities of this dependency, they promote health care and a better face of the city, so the objective is not to neglect any area of the municipality.
“All the people are going to be there, around 150 people from a human sweep. The city is going to be clean, along with the tourist side, on both sides; we are going to supervise both areas at the same time, total cleaning of the entire city; From the morning the citizen gets up, the city will be clean”.
Do you mean as soon as the party’s over, they’ll start cleaning up?
“We come behind them, we go together; the parade is ending and we go back cleaning, in fact, the workers work almost 12 hours that day, starting in the morning and there they wake up cleaning, ”he said.
As for the Carnival area, the local official commented that what is traditionally done will be done: cleaning daily at the end of the celebration in Olas Altas and Del Mar Avenue, moving practically behind the Parade to leave these points tidy.
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