Drainage water pumping station reactivated in Tucupita

These facilities operated by the Venezuelan Corporation of Guayana (CVG) had been paralyzed for more than five years.

The governor of the entity, Lizeta Hernández Abchi, together with the four mayors of the Delta Amacuro State and the Delta Hydrological team reactivated, this Monday, the “Pozo Guasina” drainage water pumping station, one of the main stations of the Capital municipality, in charge of collecting 100% of the waters of the center of the city of Tucupita.

These facilities operated by the Venezuelan Corporation of Guayana (CVG) had been paralyzed for more than five years, their structure and equipment were in total deterioration, as reported by Rafael Pacheco, president of Hidrodelta, who explained that thanks to government policies it was achieved reactivation.

"Through the supply and installation of submersible pumps, KSB brand, 440 volts of 50hp, transformers, wired control panels, led lamp for posts, paint and two months of hard work, the reactivation of this station was achieved," said Pacheco.

For her part, Lizeta Hernández said that it is a structure that has been built for more than 50 years: “that for a long time was inoperative and we have attended it (…) with an investment of approximately 30 thousand euros, and today we are reactivated in benefit of our town of more than 20 thousand inhabitants, the city center has suffered a lot with the issue of drainage, especially in times of rain, here is the revolution at work, delivering this work for the communities, we will continue to attend to water issues ”, He expressed.

 

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