Wednesday, March 27 2013 @ 11:42 AM EDT
Contributed by: Staff Journalist
Diaz said in the early edition of Telemetro Reporta, that the document was written with more than three months of analysis on the operation of landfills and cleanliness across the country.
Diaz said the toxicity levels in the environment have returned to normal.
This is according to the analysis carried out in conjunction with specialists from the University of Panama.
Diaz added that with the confinement of the fire, they have been able to reduce the emission of smoke in the air, however he clarified that no one can say that the fire is 100% controlled.
He also said it still remains to be seen whether there is underground fire, but what they have seen together with the experts "is that it remains very much under control."
That's why Diaz says, they need to continue pouring the special foam on the surface.
He said they are doing everything that has been recommended by the experts so that the fire will be completely extinguished. (Panama America)