Friday, June 9, 2023

Cabeldo pumps desalinated water to the Las Garzas dam on the banks of the Gua.

Water is already entering the Las Garzas dam in Santa María de Gua, which operates from the Roque Preto desalination plant located on the banks of La Atalaya, as confirmed in a visit this Friday by Cabildo President Antonio Morales Was. The Guan Enclave.

With this action implemented by the Island Water Council (CIA), irrigation is guaranteed in the North-West region and disagreements between the island corporation about cuts in both supply water supply and crops are resolved. and the Northwest Irrigation Community Consortium.

And it is that, several weeks ago, the consortium proceeded to cut off supplies to 1,076 households in the Montana Alta region and to the farmers of the region, which the Gua city council was supplying through VAT, while Cabaldo began to supply Was given Water requirements (several private wells).

This problem stems from the conflict that this association maintains, due to non-payment of purchases of water for irrigation that it makes to the CIA.

pump industrial water

Now the work and negotiations by the council have borne fruit to ensure continuity of supply to the population centers of the Midlands and Peaks and to carry out the necessary pumping so that industrial water from desalination plants can cover these shortfalls.

Morales was pleased that the expected results have been achieved and stressed that “we are taking an important step to solve the problems caused by irrigation in Santa Maria de Gua and in the North and North-West region.”

Pumped industrial water falls into the Santa María de Gua dam. c 7

The fully operational stop Preto, with 10,000 cubic meters, is pumping water three kilometers away and almost 300 meters high, so that it can be transported to the Las Garzas dam of the Irrigation Community of the North, “for which I thank your cooperation.” for making this possible. Thus, with the opening of the pumping station, we are verifying that water is already entering this dam, which is essential to guarantee irrigation,” Morales he said.

Cabaldo’s president insisted that the cooperation between the irrigation communities, the public administration, the town hall and the council “manages to solve the most pressing problems and generate the kind of action that guarantees crops in the North West. “

For his part, the mayor of Guia, Pedro Rodríguez, described the day as “an important day for the municipality and for our farmers because with this implosion for the Las Garzas dam, much needed water for our crops will be released.” Guaranteed.” He also thanked the CIA for its efforts to defuse the situation.

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