300 tons of vegetable garbage a day in Acapulco

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The cleaning work of the main roads of Acapulco have generated 250 to 300 tons of green waste since Hurricane Otis.

In accordance with the director of Green Areas of the municipality of Acapulco, Omar Hernández Juárez, the cleaning work of the Costera Miguel Alemán in coordination with cleaning workers from the Secretariat of Works of the Government of Mexico City (CDMX) They lift 250 to 300 tons of green waste daily that go directly to the Paso Texca landfill.

“We are removing between 250 and 300 tons of pure vegetable waste daily. What is happening is that we are removing many logs that are being cut of very considerable size, they have to be sectioned into different parts so that they can fit into the dump truck.”

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He added that these wastes, They will be separated to make compost with the purpose of beginning to reforest Acapulco in the coming months.

"We are going to select logs to make compost in the municipal nursery, because not all wood is suitable for composting, because there are weedy trees that produce pests"

He recognized that They are overwhelmed in garbage collection despite the support they have from other states who have moved their dump trucks and their workers.

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He added that the most important thing is to free the main roads, such as the Miguel Alemán Coast and others, in order to open access for humanitarian aid.

He pointed out that some People have begun to select pieces of trees to use as firewood. for their homes, while Lp gas service is restored.

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