Governor Sergio Salomón confirmed that his administration will generate comprehensive environmental protection plans aimed at prevention, recovery, preservation and conservation.
The Federal Government reduces the mandate of the Atoyac basin: María Luisa Albores González.
The government of Tlaxcala contributes to improving environmental conditions: Lorena Cuéllar Cisneros.
In conjunction with the federation and Tlaxcala, the government of Puebla promotes and strengthens the work to clean up the Atoyac riverbed, as well as the conditions to improve the conditions for the generation of new generations, President Sergio Salomón affirmed. on the Fifth Meeting of the Inter-institutional Association for the Sanitation of Alto Atoyac.
In the meeting, in which the head of SEMARNAT, María Luisa Albores González and the leader of Tlaxcala, Lorena Cuéllar Cisneros participated, the head of the Effect affirmed that his administration generates comprehensive protection conditions for the environmental conditions that pertain to prevention, recovery; preservation and conservation.
Therefore, he recalled that preventive actions must be promoted such as: training to disinfect water in the different communities of Puebla, strengthening the culture of water treatment through the Water School and the control of 27 treatment plants located in the upper base of Atoyac. In addition, he mentioned, this 2023 already a plan to establish the treatment of the desert water, the collection basin of Alto Atoyac in the auxiliary board of Santa Ana Xalmimilulco, located in the municipality of Huejotzingo.
Sergio Salomón also equipped the Planning Unit and the Secretariat of Finance to prepare the proposed objective performance for the recovery of Atoyac. On the premises, he said, in compliance with the recommendations issued by the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH).
The current government has stated that the leaders will not stop helping the federation, the authorities of Tlaxcala and the municipalities to achieve the objective of cleaning up Atoyac.
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT STARTS WITH ACTIONS TO HEAL ATOYAC PELVIC: MARIA LUISA ALBORES GONZÁLEZ
The head of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT), María Luisa Albores González, stressed that the federal government, headed by Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has committed to continuous activities to clean up the Alto Atoyac basin.
He observed that, from the unit he had objected to, the path to follow was defined by the consequences of liquid contamination, in addition to the fact that the organization and collaboration of the processes were constructed and the activities were maintained. the pelvis conditions very well. .
This 2023 taught that, with regard to the program of Sanitation, activities have been increased in the previous year, from six to eight general proceedings and from 14 to 18 specific ones, which include training courses in ecology, biocultural heritage for communities; teaching economy management workshops for basic level schools, as well as workshops for the textile and automotive industries in environmental matters.
THE GOVERNMENT OF TLAXCALA COADS WITH THE PEOPLE AND THE FEDERATION TO IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: LORENA CUELLAR CISNEROS
The president of Tlaxcala, Lorena Cuéllar Cisneros, confirmed that his administration will help Puebla and the federation to clean up Atoyac and improve environmental conditions. He announced that his government would reactivate its activities, so that actually 100 percent of the goals set were achieved.
He also explained that he has created an “alternate work matrix” in which they seek to move forward more vigorously to avoid damage to Atoyac, as well as the ecosystem.
EVOVING AND PERMANENT ATOYAC AVENGER PLAN: BEATRIZ MANRIQUE GUEVARA
According to the federal institute and the governments of Puebla and Tlaxcala, 10 11 of the recommendations for the health of Alto Atoyac were directed, however, these developments do not mark the completion of the work, but the foundation. a –
a robust public policy that generates positive impacts throughout the basin and for the ultimate goal of a healthy environment and access to water in healthy conditions, said the Secretary of the Environment, Sustainable Development and Territorial Planning, Beatriz Manrique Guevara.
The official said that, under the criteria of governance, transparency and accountability, the human right to a healthy environment is intended to be affirmed, which will continue in development and in a permanent way, which involves the closure of polluters, the establishment of plans for adverse events. Atoyac damage, up to agreements with 136 companies to reduce damage to water bodies.
The meeting was attended by Andrés Eduardo Galván Torres, director general of the Cuenca Balsas organization CONAGUA; Gundisalvus Rafael Coello García, Deputy Attorney for Industrial Review PROFEPA; as well as federal, state and municipal authorities.