More Ensenada Beach Shit

A drain of sewage water toward the beach Canalep 1 was reported Monday morning, same that was treated and tempered with chlorine to avoid side effects towards the sea.

The pipe found by citizens is managed by the State Public Service Commission of Ensenada (CESPE), who merely replied that “there’s a serious problem.”

According to documents, the citizen denounces attended the National Water Commission (Conagua) who immediately raised a report.

In it, the parastatal communicate about the breakup of a collector 30 inches in Granite Street and Pedro Loyola, Punta Banda fractionation, the collector is supplied by the industrial cárcamo extension located Grijalva River.

So it was necessary to derive the raw water to the stream of industrial arroyo Gallo, so they cut the supply of drinking water and applied chlorine black water.

Local residents reported that at 07:00 am while driving through the area found the drainage of sewage that gave off an unbearable smell.



  1. Lance Westerlund
    Posted April 28, 2017 at 07:34 | Permalink | Reply

    I really appreciate your efforts to provide this newsletter. Unfortunately it is barely readable in English. Please don’t be offended. I’m just trying to help.

    • bajadock
      Posted April 28, 2017 at 07:58 | Permalink | Reply

      No worries, Lance. One of the thrills of living in a Spanish speaking country like Mexico is using online translators to provide English. It is often choppy. My team of editors attempt to smooth the chop with our headline, summarizing the story.

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