Mexico News & Information
Sunday August 19th, 2018
| Mexico News / Issues / World of Water Week Program in Vallarta Search    Videos
World of Water Week Program in Vallarta
Yussett Matías Hernández - Vallarta Opina
go to original
March 19, 2011
Tell A Friend

World of Water Week Program in Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Under the theme "Water for the City, Responding to the Urban Challenge", the programs will start on Tuesday, March 22, until Sunday, March 27. In conjunction with "World Water Week", Seapal will introduce topics about the system of services in drinking water, drainage and sewage. "They are hoping to raise the awareness of the population of the importance of caring for this vital liquid", states Humberto Muñoz Vargas.

The activities for the week will begin on March 22, with the topic of "Week of the Water in the Schools", presented at the primary school, Guadalupe Martínez Villanueva, (Infonavit CTM) at 8:00 am.

At 6:00 pm, "Water Culture in the Colonies" will begin in the Vista Oceano colony and Seapal Vallarta will be visiting other colonies where drinking water and sewage services will be discussed.

On Wednesday, March 23, 9:30 am, activities will be at CUC in coordination with students at the Universidad de Guadalajara (UdeG), seeking to promote the value of water. At 6:00 pm, the "Water Culture in the Colonies" will take place in the colony of Lomas de San Nicolas.

On Thursday, the presentation on the current situation and requirement of drinking water and sanitation will be presented at El Progreso colony at 6:00 pm.

Friday, at 7:30 pm, in Fluvial Vallarta (UNIRSE Building, at the corner of Grandes Lagos & Carlos Jungitud Barrios) will be a conference led by prominent columnist Carlos Marin, "Global Cooling and Global Warming", which will be free to the general public.

Saturday's activities will begin at 9:00 am until 6:00 pm at the sports facility of Agustín Flores Contreras in preparation for the 5K race to begin on Sunday morning at 7:00. The proceeds from the race will be donated to San Juan Diego and Casa Hogar organizations.

+ Wexico

Seapal reiterates that these activities are intended to promote and disseminate information on the culture of the water, creating awareness in the community for actions aimed at the conservation, development and responsible use of water resources.

• • •

Translated by PVNN

See more by this writer...

Leave a comment:
Name Email (optional)
This Here:

Advertise | Login | RSS | FAQ | Contact | User Agreement | Comment Policy | Privacy Policy | Site Map
Per Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, this material is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and/or educational purposes
Wexico © 2011 •