Hard not to hold your nose past the shopping centers and Cascavelle Bagatelle. A stench is felt upon entry. A disadvantage is in the air for only a few weeks of their openings.
This is a problem in the treatment of wastewater that is the cause. The direction of the Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius is well aware, having received complaints in this regard. Coraline Cortot, head of communications at ENL Property explains, "is necessary to solve this problem."
A Bagatelle, the largest mall in the country, we expected a large crowd at the opening. But not enough to accommodate 1, 6 million visitors in three months. "We had anticipated that there would be many people at Bagatelle, but the influx has exceeded our expectations" , says Coraline Cortot.
So the wastewater treatment takes longer because there is more volume to clean. The'eau treated is then used for watering. Coraline Cortot reassures the situation is under control and the smell will dissipate gradually. "There is a team working on the problem. The situation is expected soon to return to normal, " she says.
Regarding Cascavelle at the entrance of Flic en Flac, the problem is due to the installation of the water treatment plant which is still "new" . "According to the technicians, it is normal that 'there is a smell at the beginning of operations.But in any case, the inconvenience is nothing compared with that which is felt at Bagatelle " , she says.