Cuenca Ecuador: McDonalds contractor fined for cutting down two trees

Posted on November 1, 2013 • Filed under: Ecuador reported that the company Arcgold of Ecuador, which is the promoter of the construction of McDonald’s, must plant 1,000 trees of an average height of two meters, within three months, in public spaces such as Paseo Tres de Noviembre, avenues Twelve April, Ten of August and Federico Proaño. In addition, you must replant two trees in place that were cut earlier.
The financial penalty established by ordinance Greenbelt is 400 percent unified basic salary, ie $ 1,272. Yesterday, company representatives commented on the subject. José Luis Salazar, director of the company, said in late November that the city will have the premises. Municipal Sanitation Company reported Basin closure seals that were placed last Monday by the Environmental Management Commission and Municipal Control in the front door of the building, will rise today. Read Article


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