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Vice President of the State Council visits Water Treatment Plant in Guáimaro

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Cuban Vice president departing with workers in Guaimaro. Picture taken by Evelio Hernandez.Inés María Chapman Waugh, vice president of the Council of State of the Republic of Cuba, toured this Wednesday the Enrique Hart Dávalos Water Treatment Plant, where an important investment process is carried out to restore the vitality of its operation.

In her journey Chapman Waugh exchanged with the workers of that center about the availability of resources to advance in the construction of the work, as well as the working conditions in which they work and the attention to the labor collective.

She was also concerned about the water quality parameters, the pumping monitoring mechanisms and the control of the efficiency in carrying out the work.

Accompanied by the authorities of the Cuban Communist Party (PCC) and the government of the municipality and the province of Camagüey, the Vice President of the State Council visited the building of the municipal administration of Water Treatment, where she also cared for the attention to man, and noted the need to improve the working environment of that entity.

In the subjects related to the economy, she asked the group not to plan losses, and to advance in the materialization of the plans, in raising the quality of the services and improving the system of attention to the population.

She was also interested in the recommendations made in her previous visit to the territory on 'November 9' last year, related to the need for reordering in the pumping system in response to the drought that affects the area, the execution of an extraction schedule to maintain coverage in the Jobabito dam, among other communication strategies aimed at raising awareness of savings in the population.

During the meeting with Inés María Chapman Waugh, other issues related to the problem that the town faces today with the emptying of the septic tanks and the will of the country were addressed.