Councilman Environment of the City of Almería, Esteban Rodriguez (GIAL), said today that “uncontrolled immigration and increased seasonal population” are two circumstances that have “a negative impact” on cleaning and maintenance of urban sanitation in the capital.
In a press conference to inform municipal participation in the XIV Fair of Urbanism and Environment of Madrid, in which Almería is postulated for the award of ‘Golden Broom’ Rodriguez referred to the presence of immigrants when he reeled off the “difficulties” of the area that holds.
Although he was convinced that the capital “qualify” for the prize awarded by the Technical Association for the Solid Waste Management and Environment (Atergus) and which will fail between 10 and 13 June, the mayor he said the main problem “is a population that now totals 198,000 inhabitants.”
He also complained about the dispersion of the 13 districts in which is divided administratively the municipality that, in his opinion, “are very distant and different” and exemplified in the neighborhood of Cabo de Gata, located 21 kilometers from the town center consolidated.
The Department of Environment participates this year in the International Fair of Urbanism and Environment with its own stand at 24.5 square meters which will be attended by hostesses and which will be available to visitors all kinds of information management waste, rug cleaners London and environmental services has been done in recent years in the city and tourist information.