In addition to the new sewer network, Acea Ato 2 projects include more significant investments in the area: 9 million euros to update the water and sewage treatment services
The approval process to build a new 2.5 km sewer network in the Perazzeta area is underway: a new important success achieved thanks to the collaboration between the Municipality of Santa Marinella and Acea Ato 2. The project, hugely anticipated by residents, will serve the existing community as well as new residences due to be built in the area as part of the Municipality’s renewal plan.
The final project, presented by Mayor Pietro Tidei during a press conference held this morning at the Municipal Hall, was submitted by Acea Ato 2 and the local authorities called a Services Conference to start the approval process. After the sign-off stage is completed, the executive part of the plan will be completed and works – expected to last approximately 13 months – will be commissioned. Once the project is delivered, residents will be able to apply for the connection to the new sewer system contacting the water provider through the relevant contact channels.
However, the new sewer network is not Acea Ato 2’s only large investment in the area. The past December, Acea Ato 2 Conference of Auditors approved a plurennial plan, worth more than 9 million euros in total, that includes projects to update the water and sewage treatment systems of the Municipality of Santa Marinella.
The projects mainly involve work at the treatment plants in the center and north of Santa Marinella, which will result in significant structural modernization and a better performance in terms of sustainability and environment protection. Some sewage lifting stations and portions of the sewer system will also be updated.
The project involving the new sewer network in the Perazzeta area and the water and sewage treatment systems are testament to Acea Ato 2’s commitment to the community, but also underline the importance of the collaboration between the Municipality of Santa Marinella and the water provider, aimed at offering residents an increasingly more efficient and sustainable service.