Huelva, October 24 (EFE).- The port of Huelva is evaluating the impact of the storm on its facilities and speeding up the repair of the damage caused, which on the Paseo de la Ría alone has affected 60% of the passengers 800 pine trees planted in this leisure space.
The president of the port of Huelva, Alberto Santana, checked the condition of the affected areas during a visit where he was accompanied by the head of the infrastructure area, Alfonso Peña, the port reported in a statement.
The objective has focused on evaluating the damage caused, especially in the numerous newly planted pine trees located on the Paseo de la Ría, where more than 60% of the 800 found in this leisure and recreational area of the city have been affected. which has an area of more than 1,250 meters long and 80 meters wide.
The President of the Port of Huelva has assured that “we have immediately begun the actions that required more urgency to facilitate the activity in the service area of the port, such as the removal of trees crossing the road, and this week we will speed up the work on the Paseo de la Ría, continues to recover the pines that are possible and clear those that should be used for biomass”.
Likewise, some trees and eucalyptus trees around the Columbus Monument have also suffered from the effects of bad weather, as have others located elsewhere in the Punta del Sebo Industrial Estate and in the Outer Harbor. EFE