Canal de Isabel II opens doors to integrated urban water cycle management facilities in Madrid

On the final weekend of June, Canal de Isabel II will hold open-day seminars at its integrated urban water cycle facilities in the Autonomous Community of Madrid. Those wishing to do so will be able to visit the El Atazar dam, the El Bodonal Drinking Water Treatment Plant in Tres Cantos, the 2nd or Underground Tank in Calle de Santa Engracia and the Arroyofresno stormwater tank.

The free-of-charge visits will have a duration of around 45 minutes and will be directed by specialised guides, who will explain the functioning of each facility and its role in the integrated urban water cycle. The visits will take place in two shifts at each facility and there will be a bus service to take visitors from the Canal headquarters (Calle de Santa Engracia, 125) to the stormwater tank, the dam and the DWTP.

Mandatory, free-of-charge registration can be undertaken here as from today and the 480 available places will be assigned by strict order of registration.