• 04 de julio de 2019
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STATE GOVERNMENT DEPURS MORE THAN 28 TONS OF CONCENTRATION ARCHIVE


  • It contributes to stop consuming 756 810 liters of water, 114 thousand 923 kwh of electric power, prevents the felling of 477 adult trees, the emission of 84 tons of GHG and the use of 70.6 cubic meters of landfill

Ciudad Victoria.- Government of the State made the filing of a concentration file belonging to the Ministry of Rural Development, with a weight of 28.030 tons (28 thousand 030 kilograms) of collected paper, product of administrative processes.

This was reported by Gilberto Estrella Hernández, Secretary of Urban Development and Environment in Tamaulipas.

The head of SEDUMA explained that this contributes to stop consuming 756 thousand 810 liters of water and 114 thousand 923 kwh of electric power, prevents the felling of 477 adult trees, the emission of 84 tons of greenhouse gases and the Use of 70.6 cubic meters of sanitary landfill.

This process was carried out in compliance with the General Guidelines for the Debugging of Documents of the Dependencies of the State Government, during the period from the 28 from June to the 2 of July of this year.

The state official thanked for the collaboration and participation of the Rural Development Secretariat in charge of Ariel Longoria García in this process of purification of the concentration file through the Department of Environmental Management and Training for Sustainable Development, activity that allows to fulfill the Plan State Development of Tamaulipas.

He recalled that agencies such as the Ministry of Education of Tamaulipas in coordination with the education sector, have participated in this process of purification, so in 2018 the Ministry of Urban Development and Environment delivered 355 packages of cappuccino paper (recycled) to the SET for the benefit of the environment and the wellbeing of the citizens, which also contributes to saving trees and preventing global warming.


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