The fine Xunta 20,000 euros to the port by train wreckage
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But still the last word will not be issued because the resolution has led to a number of discrepancies between what he said at the time the Seprona, which determines Environment and defending the Port Authority, which has already announced that it will present a An appeal.
According to officials of the Port of Vilagarcía, "the Port Authority is convinced that the correct procedure has been followed both in the processing and execution of these works, and therefore use the established legal mechanisms and to the competent bodies so that it recognize. "
Toxic or hazardous
The port officials insist that these discharges are not dangerous. And when the report Seprona that qualified as toxic was issued, the Port Authority argued against and ensures that those arguments were considered by the Department of Environment, "that in its resolution makes explicit mention of? Non-hazardous waste? "emphasizes the Port. Therefore, "at no time consellería resolution states that the work on hazardous waste were to be used," says the Port Authority no explicit mention of Galician Alternative Esquerda, which considers itself as such in a parliamentary initiative filed on this issue.
AGE question in Parliament if the work is reset to its original state
The resolution of the Ministry of Environment has had a policy response, at least from the side of Galician Alternative Esquerda, who presented a series of initiatives to Parliament of Galicia enabling the Xunta explain whether to watch it complying with the said Order, which goes not only for the payment of the fine but by replenishing the work to its original state-that say the removal of the filling of the basin 2 which is made with materials accumulated in O Branch and from the works of the bird. AGE deputy, Juan Fajardo, also wants to know whether to demand accountability for these acts to the Port Authority.
In his opinion, "this penalty Demostra que é da Autoridade practice unha Port pour ao sen as guarantees minimum waste sea from various works, and confirms that this enganou ademáis and mentiu to public opinion that medioambientais dicir year is all you requirements cumprían e legais and resolution gives the lie to Xunta de Galicia ".
Fajardo takes this opportunity to protest once again against a work train to the Ferrazo, in which more than six million were invested and that the deputy considered "wasted". In addition, the Port Authority accuses of having allowed the construction of the work violating a contract that specified that the waste would be referred to an approved manager, as indicated by AGE in a statement.