Vera is continuing to lead in the improvement and development of its water infrastructures. This expansion project was initiated by the town hall with the Codeur joint venture. It aims to lay the foundations for future urban growth. Codeur, the company responsible for managing the entire water cycle in Vera, is currently building a new supply tank with a capacity 3 426 cubic metres in the El Hacho area. This will allow the municipality to strengthen its supply, improve regulation capacity, and ensure continuity of service in case of unexpected breakdowns.
The new infrastructure replaces the 800-cubic-meter tank, built in 1983, with a new 3,426 capacity tank. This quadruples the storage capacity.
The deposit is rectangular in shape, measuring approximately 47 x 20 meters in exterior dimensions. It consists of 2 separate vessels, 23 x 20 meters each. The height of the vessel is approximately one and a quarter meters higher than the current grade. This semi-buried execution leaves little visual impact on the surrounding environment.
The construction of the second tank will enhance the regulation capacity, ensuring continuity in service in case of future breakdowns or unanticipated situations.
Alfonso Garcia (the councilor for infrastructures) accompanied Jose CarmeloJorge to the visit. "With this action, progress has been made with a solid step in the Strategic Plan to sustain Water Resources, marked by both Vera City Council and Codeur. This will allow Vera water infrastructures that can manage an increase of water in the Hydrological Plan. It requested an increase which will enable it to promote important construction projects in the PGOU, which will lead to the expansion of the municipality>>.