By Euro Weekly News Media • 16 February 2015 • 12:32
PARENTS of pupils at Coin’s San Sebastian infant school have expressed concern over toxic products in the air near the centre.
Inmaculada Marmolejo, president of the school’s parents’ association, explained that last December a building next to the centre was demolished which had been used to store large amounts of pesticides.
Worried parents said that since the demolition a strong smell of chemicals remains in the air and they were concerned over the safety of the schoolchildren.
Although the school was closed for a few days and contaminated earth removed from the adjacent plot, the association awaits information on what the next step may be to eliminate the problem completely and guarantee safety.
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Hi folks I would say that no one could make the pests get away and maybe with time the best. And no one cld change the idea of something as cool as that . I would say that there is a chance of good firms to do something about it. And even the guys at SJ Co. said the same.Cheers.
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