in the district of Colorado Hill was not met collect solid waste on all established routes, because some of the compactors stayed today without fuel.
The manager of Communal Services of the Municipality of Cerro Colorado, Pascual Calla, informed that the tap in charge of supplying fuel ran out of gasolineso they only supplied 10 of the 20 compactors and 2 dump trucks.
Each unit consumes between 10 and 15 gallons, according to size. The priority was to supply the largest compactors that move the waste to the landfill.
The city Hall manages the purchase of fuel from another tapin order to continue providing the service for today and do a double shift to go to unattended areas.
A day they collect approximately 180 tons of waste and to advance with the collection in unvisited areas, work will be done in double shift.