In 2017, the city council declared “public and social interest” The establishment of a crematorium in the city, “to provide a solution to the problem of lack of space in municipal cemeteries, provide an alternative burial service and a more ecological option that uses applied technologies to care for the environment.”
It did this by approving Ordinance No. 7,930, in which it authorized the executive to order the installation and subsequent exploitation by itself or through a third party; and is entrusted to the Municipality’s Production and Environment Secretariat, which evaluates the potential geographical location as well as analyzes the environmental conditions.
On July 23, 2020, through Resolution No. 139, Erica Gonnett, Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, Environmental Impact Study approved submitted by the municipality for construction cremation oven, The one that will be at the corner of Ituraspe street and route 40/42 in Barrio Moreno, with access via Ituraspe.
With the authorization of the Council and the approval of the environmental impact study, the Executive asked to bid To all persons interested in the concession for the construction, installation, start-up and operation of the Service.
Envelopes containing offers have a date to be opened. it will be monday December 12, 2022, 11:00 am
As per the specifications and conditions, the execution period is 6 months; And those interested must submit a project that includes: presentation, project design, plans, and everything related to building construction; the specific purpose and manner in which the service is provided; working capital to be used; and any best offer it considers.
“Cremation is a service that the Reconquista and the region needs, but please, be very careful with the location, as it emits a foul odor and will generate complaints from the neighbors,” Reconquista TODAY warned in Cacho Rú, who recommended avoiding the city and thinking of a remote location, for example, he suggested where the Parque cemetery is located.
Ru, a native of Avellaneda, lived in the Reconquista and is currently in Spain, where -he told us- since 1993 he has worked in a funeral business, which he started as an employee and in 1998 he The first funeral home was in Tarancon, when the service did not exist; And in 2004 they built another funeral home next to Torrejón de Ardoz with a crematorium for a population of 140,000 inhabitants. So, he assured that he knows “very well” how crematoria work, and the problems they create in Europe, which he doesn’t want to do here, especially – he speculated – that he might be next. Sal is determined to return.
He explained that one of the serious problems that Europe has not yet been able to solve is the smell, which, apart from pollution, is also something that is very important. That’s why he indicated that it should be “good care” with its location, and take into account “The Force of the Winds”.
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Specifications and Conditions of Public Tender No. 32/2022
Ordinance No. 7.930/17
Resolution No. 136 – Authorization of the Ministry of the Environment.