25 Feb, 2012 @ 15:37
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Nerja’s sewage plan ‘definitive and irreversible’

NERJA’S mayor Jose Alberto Armijo claims the government has brought good news about the town’s long-awaited sewage plant.

According to Armijo, he has been assured that there will be a ‘definitive and irreversible’ drive to build the plant, which has a target completion date of 2015.

Despite finally authorising the plant to go to tender in April 2011, the previous Socialist government abandoned the project due to lack of funds.

Eloise Horsfield

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  1. Very pleased to hear of this decision. Similar to one about 10 YEARS ago – will this Politician or the Junta Officials supporting the statement give some PERSONAL guarantee it will happen per EU Directive? If NOT, resignations are OK !!

  2. Irreversible: As in Stefanjo’s pedantic posts.

    “It goes out to se, so return is irreversible”

    Er, which is why there is scum on the surface as well as floating faeces (as reported by swimmers and divers). What makes you think sewage exited at sea “cannot return” Stefanjo? Have you not heard of water currents? lol

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