Agriculture opened an investigation into the work of the parking residues Caceres
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The Ministry of Environment and Rural, Agrarian Policy and Planning has launched an investigation into discharges from the underground parking that is running on the avenue Primo de Rivera. This research joins doing the Seprona and the Provincial Prosecutor of Caceres.
As indicated yesterday sources of the regional government, the Directorate General of Environment is making a report to assess whether construction waste deposited in the municipal plot of Mejostilla have breached the law on dumping of debris and especially if this fact He has contributed to environmental pollution.
The Board of Extremadura opened proceedings following the complaint lodged by the Extremadura association of plant construction and demolition waste (Asorex) last July 23. This group considered that dumping was taking place was "illegal" and accused the company that runs the parking of "malpractice". The prosecution has also required the regional administration to report on the situation, information that has also asked the City of Caceres. The latter organization has already submitted the document.
Such COMPLAINT AGAINST THE COMPANY and as this newspaper reported yesterday, the prosecution has until December to analyze whether the discharges of work is an offense. If you consider that there are criminal evidence interpose a complaint against the company that builds the areas in the Primo de Rivera Avenue, Riosa Herce.
According to Article 325 of the Organic Law 19/1995 on crimes against natural resources and the environment shall be punished with imprisonment from six months to two years, a fine of ten to fourteen months and specific disqualification from one to two years, causing the discharges that cause or threaten to cause substantial damage to the quality of air, soil, water, animals or plants. If the spill seriously undermine the balance of natural systems, a prison sentence of two to five years, fined eight to twenty four months and disqualification from profession or trade for between one to three years be imposed.
Meanwhile the council argues that the debris from the excavation do not contain hazardous waste or contaminated materials and specifies what is deposited is clean soil. The municipal government also recalled that the work meets the deadlines and this September is scheduled to begin the bulk of the excavation.