By Linda Hall •
Published: 10 Mar 2022 • 18:27
MAIN DRAINAGE: Denia bylaw requires properties to be connected to the Aguas de Denia network
Photo credit: Denia town hall
AGUAS DE DENIA called on householders to connect to the main drainage system and close off their septic tanks.
Denia still has homes that are outside the network, said Aguas de Denia, the Aqualia-town hall joint venture that provides the town’s domestic water and main drainage services.
The company is redoubling its efforts to eliminate septic tanks before the deadline set by Municipal Main Drainage regulations introduced to control waste disposal in line with the law.
Aguas de Denia also reminded householders that the septic tanks needed to be emptied and then sealed.
Aqualia also invited the residents involved to visit their offices in Calle Abu Zeyan for further information and to learn how far their properties lie from the network.
Share this story
Subscribe to our Euro Weekly News alerts to get the latest stories into your inbox!
By signing up, you will create a Euro Weekly News account if you don't already have one. Review our
Originally from the UK, Linda is based in Valenca and is a reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering local news. Got a news story you want to share?
Then get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
residents are requested to connect to the public sewage system which they have no problem but there is no infrastructure to connect to
the community of L a Marineta Denia whilst. never refusing to do what is required of them Legally the Town hall is telling them that as well as their connection costs they have to pay for the infrastructure some 650000€ plus a deposit of nearly 180000-€ WHICH IF EVERYTHING GOES OK THIS DEPOSIT WILL BE RETURNED AFTER. 12MONTHS
ALL TOTALLY UNAFFORDABLE
Bully and threading tactics by the council who threaten a lot of things including seizing bank account and putting an embargo on all properties
.when the infrastructure is in place no problem in us connection and sealing off septic tanks
a lot of people /urbanisations have this problem witb not help from the council regarding costs and doimg nothing to install the public system which they should do let’s see if this GOES in your paper
Comments are closed.
Download our media pack in either English or Spanish.