The William Lara Domestic Gas Filling Plant, located in the city of Calabozo, Francisco de Miranda municipality, was reopened this Wednesday after carrying out the respective rehabilitation and optimization of the capacities and filling system. Its activation will allow to supply more than 6 municipalities of the entity.
For this reason, Governor José Vásquez pointed out that in addition to painting work, installation of filling lines, the recovery of part of the primary and tertiary transport fleet direct to the communities was also carried out, as well as the activation of a service of dining room for the benefit of the workers.
In turn, Vásquez announced the approval of resources for the acquisition of 70 tires and 20 batteries, the rehabilitation of more than 110 cylinders and the placement of new valves in them, as well as the delivery of uniforms for the workers of the Gas Distributor. Guárico, indicating that they will continue with the investment to recover and optimize the state's filling plants through new alternatives.
Regarding the preventive issue against covid-19, the governor stated that it was oriented to the weekly application of tests to drivers who travel throughout the territory and to provide the necessary biosecurity measures, both to those of the first fleet, as well as to the secondary one that goes to the communities to deliver gas.
For his part, the president of DigasGua, G / D José Dionisio Goncálvez, said that this plant provides a vital service for the Guariqueño people and the country, managing to cover more than 10 municipalities, guaranteeing timely attention, with 8 operating chute trucks, plus 3 recently recovered.
He added that they are also working on the implementation of a gas cylinder filling service in each of the communities with the highest consumption, with a Mobile Filling Unit that is in more than 90% of the construction process, estimating to start the project in mid-April with a capacity to distribute around 2.000 cylinders