Thursday, May 09 2013 @ 12:35 pm EDT
Contributed by: Anonymous
González said the irresponsibility of Paso Canoa merchants, not only restaurants and industries, but of its own stores, has led to the collapsing of the treatment plant.
"They throw everything in there... From bags, condoms and even fabric items making it impossible for the plant to operate, because they get stuck on the ground." said González. Emphasizing the merchants do not have the required traps for fat which the health requires, increasing the problem.
We have worked for several days in the treatment plant and we will normalize its operation in the next few hours, but traders need to support us by building traps for waste, said the director of IDAAN. (TVN)