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Drainage Works Of The Centro-norte Collector Are Concluded

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Seapal concluded the cleaning and drainage works of the Central-North Collector on Mexico Avenue.


The Puerto Vallarta Potable Water, Drainage and Sewage System (SEAPAL) concluded the cleaning and drainage works of 600 linear meters of the Central-North Collector on Mexico Avenue.

This intervention was necessary due to the fact that 90% of the pipe in the section between Boca de Tomatlán Street and Politécnico Nacional Avenue was obstructed by solids in its inner diameter.

With these tasks, the image of the destination and the environment are also taken care of by mitigating the possibility of sewage spills due to obstructions, which is a priority for the administration of Jorge Alberto Castillo Núñez, as instructed by the municipal president of Puerto Vallarta, Professor Luis Alberto Michel Rodríguez.

At the same time, the investment made with state-of-the-art technology in this same road artery is protected, with the rehabilitation that will extend the useful life for 50 more years of 178 linear meters of the backbone of the city's sanitary system, in the section between Boca de Tomatlan and Pino.

SEAPAL Vallarta is grateful for the support and understanding of neighbors, shopkeepers and motorists for the affectations and restrictions to vehicular circulation that occurred during both interventions, remembering that these are tasks that will benefit all Vallartenses in the medium and long term.

In this way we comply with the commitments to the environment and to a better operation of the services of the
Puerto Vallarta's Potable Water, Drainage and Sewage System (SEAPAL),

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