• Through SEDUMA, it solves the problem that put the population at risk
  • Shred 21 thousand 745 tires only in the 25 period from March to the 8 in June
  • Society and government participate in this effort to prevent pollution

Reynosa.- To avoid environmental pollution and protect the population from pests and pockets of infection in this rainy season and hurricanes 2019, the State Government intensified the crushing of used tires through the State Secretariat of Urban and Middle Development Environment, within the Plan United for Tamaulipas implemented by the Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca.

Gilberto Estrella Hernández, Secretary of Urban Development and Environment of the State Government, reported the above, when taking stock of the activities carried out in the SEDUMA Camp located in the Balcones de Alcalá neighborhood.

He stressed that 21 thousand 745 added the crushed tires only in the 25 period from March to the 8 in June of this year, which represents an advance of 72 percent with the target set at this stage, which generates important benefits for the inhabitants of the colonies as a result of the participation of society and government.

As a result of this activity carried out at the initiative of the Government of the State, air pollution has been prevented by fire from used or discarded tires, and in this rainy and hurricane season, it is helping to prevent pests and prevent soil contamination, he said.

Before the start of the state administration in turn it was common to see a lot of unusable tires on public roads in the colonies, streets, roads and vacant lots, which represented a serious danger to the population, so this problem solution is given, explained Secretary Estrella Hernández.

This coupled with the used tires that companies and citizens have directly transferred in their motor units directly to the Camp located in Balcones de Alcalá, where the tires are received free by the staff of SEDUMA, which has prevented the burning of tires and has contributed prevent air pollution by improving the quality of life for the benefit of the population.

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