In the quaint coastal town of Manilva, a pressing environmental challenge looms large. As part of the Costa del Sol Occidental, Manilva finds itself in the throes of a severe and exceptional drought situation, a crisis that has prompted the local authorities to spring into action. The Junta de Andalucía’s declaration of this dire state is not just a wake-up call; it’s an urgent plea for immediate and effective measures.
The Ayuntamiento de Manilva, keenly aware of the precarious balance of their natural resources, is gearing up to take decisive steps. These measures, potentially stringent in nature, aim to ensure the sustainability of water services to the citizens. However, the situation calls for more than just administrative action; it requires a collective awakening and a unified response.
Residents and visitors alike are urged to embrace a culture of responsible, considerate, and efficient water use. This is not merely a request but an imperative need to safeguard our shared future. The emphasis is not only on reducing consumption but also on being vigilant about potential water leaks and employing every feasible measure to curb unnecessary water usage.
As Manilva stands at this critical juncture, the call for action echoes across its streets and homes: Every drop counts. Now, more than ever, our individual choices and actions hold the power to influence the course of this environmental battle. It’s a battle not just for today, but for the sustainability of our tomorrow.
This information is colleted thanks to the Manilva electronic office and the RTV Manilva media with the following video: