Public Services removes 39 tons of garbage stagnant in collectors after the last recorded rains


It maintains a special crew of 25 workers who are in charge of removing the garbage to prevent flooding.

Mazatlan, Sinaloa. – Given the recent rains recorded in the port, the Public Services Directorate is on guard against any precipitation that occurs in the city with a special crew of 25 workers, ready to act immediately with the desilting work in the areas where is required, without neglecting the garbage collection service that is scheduled on the routes of the day, reported David Ibarra Olmeda, Director of the agency.

He said that during Saturday they removed 18 tons of garbage, while on Sunday 21 tons of garbage were removed, which, for the most part, was plastic stuck in the grids of the collectors, located in the first square of the city, Gabriel Leyva Avenue. and in the area where CONAPESCA is located.

“It is a guard from Urban Cleanliness and a fleet from Parks and Gardens of 25 people who are on guard, and come in at dawn to clean the collectors that are clogged by the rains,” he commented.

The official insisted on making a call to the public to be aware of not throwing garbage in the streets, because the water currents drag the solid waste to the grids of the collectors that get clogged and cause flooding.

Ibarra Olmeda added that during the cleaning day that he maintains, fallen trees have been removed, one of which was in the Administrative Unit, on Aquiles Serdán street, in the City Center, and another in the Linear Park.


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