The work is expected to start in December this year.
MAZATLAN. – The construction of Plaza la Banda will begin until December, as reported by Mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres. Since its announcement in April 2021, this project contemplates the recovery and transformation of a tourist place.
Let us remember that the Plaza de la Banda will be located in the “El Crestón” sewage treatment plant, but for this it will have to start from scratch and transform it into a first-class tourist site, where tribute is paid to Sinaloa regional music. as it should be.
According to the general manager of JUMAPAM, Osbaldo López Ángulo, the El Crestón plant is expected to stop working
According to the general manager of JUMAPAM, Osbaldo López Ángulo, the El Crestón plant is expected to stop working and generating bad odors at the end of May, since it is currently still in operation.
“The bad odors have decreased because the treatment load has been lowered, however it is not that it is at zero, it is working at 50 percent.”
How is your dismantling going? López Ángulo indicated that the plant is 40 percent dismantled.
“By the end of May we expect it to be in non-operational condition.”
The El Crestón plant was built in 1983 and began operations in 1984, later it was expanded with an emitter of 17 meters and 800 meters, thus complying with the official standard 001 of Semarnat; Due to its location, it suffered from the inclemency of the sea and required reengineering in 1994, in which 227 million pesos were invested.
On June 30 of this year, the gradual dismantling of the El Crestón wastewater treatment plant began, after 38 years of operating in Mazatlán.
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