Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- The Potable Water and Sewage Board of the Municipality of Ahome (Japama) in coordination with the Restaurant Business Council they work one campaign for take care of the water Y avoid throwing oil and solids down the drain.
Raúl Pérez Miranda, general manager of Japama, explained that the aim is for this culture of caring for drains to be generalized, so that the entire population and the different businesses can make proper use of the traps and discharges.
“Obviously all those discharges, all those solids that go to the drains generate blockages, some problem, but I am sure that this will be the beginning of teamwork between society, businessmen and the government together with Japama.”
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He added that this campaign will start from the same members of the Restaurant Business Council and will spread.
“Without a doubt, we are going to extend this program to other productive sectors, but for now it will be a good start with restaurateurs.”
Leobardo Miranda Moreno, an accident at the Restaurant Business Council, stated that more than an idea, this is a commitment to take care of water and drainage.
“If we don’t take this care, the culture of cleaning from home, what we throw in the dishwasher, will also permeate the use of the city’s drains. Grease and solids damage the drains a lot, they clog the lines”.
He said that they are going to work first within the restaurants and then launch the campaign in the media and on networks.
“It would be precisely a culture campaign for our city.”
For his part, Carlos Rodríguez, vice president of this Council, added that they will make a synergy in the culture of saving water, in the proper use of water and drainage, where all businesses, all restaurants, are involved.
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“But also all home users so that this resource lasts much longer and with the quality that we had a few years ago.”
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