PIAN DEL BRUSCOLO «La Giunta Acquaroli approves a temporary increase waste specials from San Marino to the Ca ‘Asprete landfill in TavulliaRegional councilor Micaela Vitri sounds the alarm. For the first time in the Marchein fact, it is obtained in the transfer of the quantity of special waste produced in the Republic of San Marino: fifteen trucks 2,400 tons of special waste more than in previous years and all to be disposed of in December.
The focus is not so much on the “modest” volume of waste, even in the same month, but on the novelty: never happened before, therefore a signal to be interpreted. The resolution of the Acquaroli Council, signed on October 18, 2021, on the proposal of the councilor Aguzzi, was discussed the other day in the Third Environment Commission, of which Micaela Vitri is a member.
“This is a resolution that provides for an agreement supplementing the one already signed in 2013 between the Spacca junta and the Republic of San Marino, drawn up in accordance with European and national sector regulations and ratified by the Regional Council – recalls Vitri -. Recognizing the importance of inter-regional relations and also the exceptional nature of the resolution, I believe it is wrong to increase the contribution to our landfills and the contradictory attitude of the Acquaroli junta leaves me stunned, which continues to preach good and scratch badly: on the one hand in the Council we all unanimously vote on a motion against any request, currently non-existent, for a landfill in the upper Montefeltro, while on the other hand, a resolution already signed by Aguzzi and Acquaroli for the increase of the special waste arriving from a San Marino paper mill ».
In detail, we go from 3,100 to 5,500 tons per year destined for special waste, while that from 5,000 to 30,000 tons per year for special waste destined for recovery should also be evaluated. “In the interest of the territory, in order to avoid dangerous precedents, I will not vote on this proposal for an increase in waste” closes Councilor Vitri.
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