Culiacan, Sinaloa.- With an investment of 33 million 800 thousand pesos and with its own resources, the Culiacan City Council made the delivery to the Directorate of Public Services. 10 Garbage Trucks, 2 pipe and 1 lighting crane to improve services for citizens.
Rodolfo Audelo Avilez, Director of Public Service He said this is aimed at strengthening the garbage collection service in the Infonavit Humaya, Las Flores, Barrancos, Infonavit Solidaridad, Alturas de Sur and Los Angeles subdivisions, which are the areas most condemned for the lack of trucks and He sought support from the residents of that sector so that they follow the day and time in which the truck will go to collect the garbage.
“There are 65 with these trucks and we are currently dealing with 55 collection trucks and Never in the history of Culiacán have so many trucks, The city is growing day by day, new subdivisions, we are about 1 million 33 thousand residents and this forces us to expand public services”.
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In addition, he explained that the two pipe ridges would also serve to irrigate parks, gardens and to supply water for municipal communities that are already suffering from a shortage of this vital liquid.
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Culiacán City Council distributes 10 garbage collection trucks