Healthy Water for La Laguna will solve the arsenic problem for 30 years

Torreón, Coahuila. – The Healthy Water project for La Laguna, It will guarantee the supply of clean water to the inhabitants for the next 30 or 40 years, but it contemplates an integrated vision of the management of water resources, he said. Miguel Angel Hernandez Mota, added to the Agronomic Careers Division of the “Antonio Narro” Agrarian Autonomous University.

He explained that the installation of treatment plants in the bed of the Nazas riverIt is a project that will provide water without arsenic to the lagoons, for a time, since the problem will continue.

The investigator commented that no action appears anywhere, not even mentioned, an action aimed at the capture and conservation of water in the hydrological basin of the Nazas River, which provides La Laguna with more than 70 percent of the water consumed in the region. , “You have to see everything complete if we want to do something well done”, he pointed.

It recognized that the greatest benefit of treatment plants for the inhabitants of Lerdo, Gómez Palacio, Tlahualilo and Mapimí, in Durango, as well as Torreón, Matamoros, Francisco I. Madero, Viesca and San Pedro, in Coahuila, is that they will stop supplying water with high levels of arsenic, as is currently done.

The civil association Water for La Laguna, summoned the candidates for federal deputies for the different parties, to carry out, next week, the Regional Forum on Water Governance in La Laguna, in which the CLIP, the Chamber of Urban Property, Lagunero Citizen Meeting will take part, to express the actions that they will take to guarantee access to water for the population.

He explained that, with Healthy Water for La Laguna, the water from the Nazas River will be used, which will be made drinkable to guarantee that it is free of arsenic and can be delivered to one million 650 thousand inhabitants.

In addition, it will make it possible to suspend the extraction of water in 160 wells, which will contribute to the recovery of the main aquifer of the Lagunera Region and thus reduce its overexploitation.

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