Redován City Council gets help from Diputación to improve the sewerage network of Pascual Martínez street

The City Council of Redován will improve one of the main streets of the municipality, Pascual Martínez Avenue, with a performance in the sewerage network. These works will be carried out thanks to the Vertebra Plan of the Provincial Council of Alicante, an aid that will involve an investment of 1250,000 euros.

This was announced today by the accidental mayor, Adrián Ballester, who has positively valued this aid since “this is a problem that we are suffering every time it rains in the municipality and the change of the sewage network was important.” The vice-president of the Diputación, explained that “thanks to the continuous support of the Diputación we managed to make this type of investment” which in turn to remember “is taking advantage of the summer to undertake all kinds of actions and improvement works for To cause the minimum possible annoyances to the citizens “.


Photograph taken from Calle Pascual Martínez.
The works come after an existing problem due to the malfunctioning of the sanitation network. A section whose network is constituted by concrete pipe in mass. This is insufficient in periods of rain, which causes jumps in the registration covers, in addition to causing clogging in the pipes themselves. This causes serious problems and poses a danger to the residents of Redován, as well as to road traffic.

The sanitary pipe to be of concrete has a coefficient of high roughness that causes sedimentation in the interior of the tubes which causes the decrease of the section of the tubes and causes clogs that increase in times of rain. The works also intend to solve the same situation of hydraulic insufficiency that suffers the sewer collector that runs along the avenue.

The works that are contemplated are the cutting and demolition of the asphalt for the subsequent excavation and thus placing the new pipes. Once the network is ready, the entire area will be tarred.

“This work is about a first phase that will be completed with other phases to completely run the entire street Pascual Martinez,” concluded Ballester.