The mayor, Sebastián Martín, held the third of the scheduled meetings yesterday. In it, the insular counselor of Sí Podemos Canarias, María José Belda, and the legal advisor, Francisco Marrero, reflected their concern that “the renewal of the agreement on diseconomies generated in the municipality” be carried out. Regarding management, the group emphasizes that both parties agree in pointing out “the importance of convening, as a matter of urgency, the Waste Management Monitoring Commission to work on finding solutions that allow us to meet the requirements that they come to us from Europe ».
Zaida González, Valentín González and Manuel Fernández were the island councilors of the PP who came to Arico. “We are going to be next to the City Council and the residents of Arico, because we understand that the negative consequences of the location of the Environmental Complex in the municipality are evident,” they said to the Ariquero government. In addition, they announced that they will persist in carrying out the compensation agreement. “We are going to insist that the insular Institution comply with the agreements signed with Arico, aimed at financially compensating the municipality for the economic damages that the activity of the Environmental Complex implies,” they highlighted.
This round started with CC. His spokesman in the Insular Corporation, Carlos Alonso, conveyed the need to establish a new agreement to compensate Arico. “It is a fair claim and there is no impediment for the Cabildo to do so and comply with Arico.” He also warned of the problem that the island government’s decision to prioritize the burning of waste in the Environmental Complex is going to bring, with which “the hierarchy established by the European Union for waste treatment is violated. We must bet on the reduction, reuse and recycling and not burn waste ».
In the three meetings, the most outstanding demands were put in common and it was stated that the diseconomies agreement for the landfill is paralyzed by the Cabildo, “despite the fact that there is a report that does not endorse the position of the Sustainable Development Area and Cabildo Fight Against Climate Change, contrary to resuming compensation ».