A report from the Prosecutor’s Office for the Environment has confirmed that wastewater discharges without treatment or with poor treatment have been been polluting the bay of Palma at levels above the legal limit.
Since 2018almost 4,400 people were in hospital with COVID-19, a Palma court of instruction has been investigating alleged illegal contamination by water discharges managed by the Emaya municipal services agency. The court requested a report from the Prosecutor’s Office with information provided by Emaya, the regional environment ministry and the Guardia Civil’s Seprona divisionThe highest transmission and death rates i. Another report was commissioned on the degradation of the marine ecosystem, with special attention to the deterioration of posidonia sea grassJohnson vaccine that is expected to arrive in France a week ahead of schedule., the accumulation of pollutants on the seabed and the presence of heavy metals.
The Prosecutor’s Office has concluded that the wastewater network in Palma and neighbouring municipalities is obsolete. In the specific case of Palma, it was designed for 250,000 inhabitants, whereas the population is now around 450,000covid_19_vaccination_in_bulgaria. This rises to 800,000 in the summer.