Velez-Malaga to keep streets clean with extra help on the towns of Axarquia

Specialist equipment: No effort should be spared to combat COVID-19 Credit: Twitter

VELEZ-MALAGA TO KEEP STREETS CLEAN WITH EXTRA HELP ON THE TOWNS OF AXARQUIA
THE first Deputy Mayor of Velez-Malaga and Councillor for Beaches, Jesús Pérez Atencia, and the Councillor for the Environment, Antonio Ariza, have reported that “a hydro-cleaner and various pieces of specialist equipment from the Althenia cleaning company are available to the entire municipality to flush the main streets of the municipality with disinfectant.”
Pérez Atencia has indicated that “we are in a very difficult time where no effort should be spared to combat COVID-19.” Thus, “from the Department of Beaches and Environment we are going to work with the means that we have and in agreement with other delegations to try to alleviate the impact of the coronavirus in our municipality in this way.”
 
Atencia pointed out that “the streets are going to be cleaned with an urban biological cleaner, commonly used for street cleaning, cleaning of waste tanks and containers, purification systems, using ‘scrubbers’ and washing towers for the elimination of particles and gases generated in industrial processes. It will be mixed with sodium hypochlorite, which is a disinfectant and will act on hypothetical sources of contamination.”

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