In order to continue promoting the Clean Point of Manilva for all citizens to make use of it, the mancipo once again raffles a fully paid trip to ‘Coto de la Isleta’. To participate in this raffle is very simple, those who go to the clean point will have the opportunity to participate in the raffle for a trip to Environmental Center, in Cádiz, which will unfold the days September 24, 25 and 26. They will only have to fill out a ballot that they will have to deposit in a ballot box.
It should be noted that these facilities are open from Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and the Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.It is important to know how to proceed for the domestic user in the use of the Clean Point. The first thing to do is go through the office so that the operator obtains the user’s data before making use of these facilities.
Only Waste generated by individuals will be accepted, not of industrial origin, neither large nor small companies. Within this clean point we can differentiate two areas: the bottom platformto which the users will mainly have access trucks from authorized management companies for the removal of the containers when they are full, as well as the tank for dumping rubble, to which users will have access, under the supervision of the operator; the next zone consists of large volume containers for wood, pruning debris, rigid plastics, ferric and bulky material. Too Waste such as batteries, household appliances, mobile phones, electronic and computer equipment will be collected, paint residues, varnishes, etc., cooking and motor oil, fluorescent lamps, light bulbs, halogen tubes, mirrors, sprays, furniture, kitchen utensils (such as pans, dishes, etc.), mattresses, footwear, bulky objects, old toys, wood, trimmings, debris and scrap metal.
Some of the materials that They are not allowed in the clean points are organic waste, infectious, explosive materials, tires, radioactive waste, derived from industrial activity, as well as waste unidentified or unsegregated.
Both the mayor of the town, Mario Jimenez, like the delegates of Cleaning and the Environment, Paqui López and Laura López, believe that cleaning and caring for the streets and squares depend on the citizen himself, hence the launch of this type of campaign, which promote and encourage the use of these facilities.