THE GUADIANA HYDROGRAPHIC CONFEDERATION IS CONTINUING ITS FIGHT AGAINST INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES.
The mobile application “Invasoras del Guadiana” has been renewed, with important improvements to make it easier for citizens to use it. The application is available for Android and iOS systems.
Among the most important new features, it should be noted that the application incorporates a warning system that allows the user to take a photo that will serve as a geolocation point for the work teams of the Hydrographic Confederation to move and act immediately in the area.
20 November 2020
SURVEILLANCE IS ESSENTIAL TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF WATER HYACINTH
In the sections considered to be clean of water hyacinth, the work of vigilance is being fundamental to avoid the propagation since in these sections small masses of this plant have been found festering in the river and nearby pools, proceeding to its immediate withdrawal.
12 October 2020
CHG MAIN BENEFICIARY OF ACECA PROJECT PLANTS 30 INDIGENOUS TREES FOR EUROPEAN COOPERATION DAY
Yesterday, the Guadiana River Basin Authority celebrated the European Cooperation Day. The President of the entity, Samuel Moraleda, attended this event.
The event consisted of the planting of 30 trees and bushes of different native species in the vicinity of Badajoz, in the area known as Las Bardocas-Crispitas.
01 October 2020
THE GUADIANA HYDROGRAPHIC CONFEDERATION PARTICIPATES IN THE EUROPEAN COOPERATION DAY 2020
As part of the celebrations of the European Cooperation Day 2020, the Guadiana River Basin Authority joins the tree planting events that are planned in Eurocities along the Spanish-Portuguese border.
25 September 2020
THE GUADIANA HYDROGRAPHIC CONFEDERATION INSTALLS INTERPRETATIVE POSTERS IN SPAIN AND PORTUGAL
There is great social alarm about the large patches of plant life found in the urban section of the Guadiana River as it passes through Badajoz. This is a Mexican water lily that has nothing to do with the water hyacinth.
09 July 2020
CHG CONTINUES WITH THE WORK OF CONTROLLING AND ELIMINATING WATER HYACINTH IN THE GUADIANA RIVER
In the month of May they have been used in the works of extraction of jancito of water an average of 30 boats, 5 backhoes, 5 trucks and a tractor as mechanical means and 98 workers, between which is the device of the project ACECA that operates in the section B.
All the devices are active once overcome the state of alarm caused by the COVID-19.
26 June 2020
WATER HYACINTH AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO NUTRIENTS
Although there are several factors that enable and facilitate the rapid spread of certain EEIs, in the case of water hyacinth and other plant species such as water fern, Mexican water lily, etc., it is important to note the presence of a high content of nutrients in the water and sludge of the Guadiana, especially in its Extremadura section. This abundance of nutrients is the basis of the food of this group of EEIs, so that once they are extended it is very difficult to eradicate them or to control them completely if there is no action to reduce the presence of so many nutrients in the river in the long run.
16 April 2020
WE STARTED THE YEAR WITHOUT THE PRESENCE OF WATER HYACINTH BETWEEN THE MONTIJO DAM AND THE BORDER WITH PORTUGAL
The section between the Montijo dam and the Portuguese border is without the apparent presence of water hyacinth after completing the removal work around the Puente de los Suspiros in Lobón.
Only the last ten kilometres upstream of the Talavera speed bump remain to be released, which are intended to be cleaned up before the water temperature starts to rise, the Guadiana Confederation reports in a press release.
23 January 2020
The project ACECA Present in the days that organizes the 1.1.2 in Mérida.
The 1.1.2 Extremadura celebrated last November 16 its 20th anniversary, with exhibition and exhibition of means and practical workshops of first aid in several zones located along a circular route of 11.2 kilometers that runs by the banks of the Albarregas and Guadiana rivers.
18 November 2019
The ACECA project present in the course of EEI that celebrates the Ministry for the Ecological Transition
The Ministry for ecological transition is organizing the 3rd edition of the course “Prevention and fight against invasive species in the river ecosystem”, which will be given by the Guadiana Hydrographic Confederation at its offices in Merida from 11 to 15 November.
13 November 2019
The ACECA project continues its divulgative work on the problem of the invasive species
Since the beginning of 2019 in the framework of the ACECA project different activities of environmental education have been carried out, oriented to know the invasive exotic species…
28 October 2019
A working tool to fight against water hyacinth, unique in Portugal.
EDIA presents its amphibious vehicle “Capivara”, unique in Portugal, multifunctional, equipped with hydraulic arm and can be coupled with different work tools.
25 October 2019
Camalote removal work completed on the stretch of the Guadiana River between Villanueva de la Serena, Medellín beach, and Baden de Valdetorres.
The section of the Guadiana River between Villanueva de la Serena, Medellín beach and the Valdetorres speed bump is, after the pre-eradication work carried out this summer by the Guadiana Hydrographic Confederation, without the apparent presence of water hyacinth.
24 de Octubre 2019
The Portuguese Agency of the Environment through its Department of Administration of the Hydrographic Region of the Alentejo (APA/ARH do Alentejo) inside the Project ACECA – Actions for the Control and Elimination of the water hyacinth in the transboundary section of the Guadiana river…
20 October 2019
Next Monday, 23rd September 2019, a Technical Conference on ACECA project will be held in Merida.
The partners of the ACECA project “Actions for the control and elimination of the water hyacinth in the transboundary section of the Guadiana river” celebrate a technical day on the control of the water hyacinth.
20 September 2019