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Seismic swarm, there are 28 tremors in the Treviso area: “Buildings need to be made safer”

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In the last two days “micro-shaking” in Follina, Miane, Refrontolo and San Pietro, magnitude 0.7. The technicians recall that it is possible to resort to the Sismabonus, the provision that provides for a tax deduction increased to 110%, on a maximum cost of 96 thousand euros, for those who carry out anti-seismic strengthening interventions of their home

MIANE. This is what the four seismograph monitors positioned around Mount Cesen are used for, one of which in Miane: they made it possible to detect further tremors, even yesterday, so we are at an altitude of 28 (not counting the most imperceptible ones). But there were no more intense tremors like those of Monday night and Wednesday afternoon.

MISCROSCOSSE

the the last tremors examined by the OGS technicians were intercepted at a depth of over 13 km, near Follina, with a magnitude of 0.4, at 8.25 on Thursday; about 13 km, under the mountain of Miane, at 7.20, also on 30 September, with a magnitude of 0.7; at 1.36 on Thursday night, with a magnitude of 0.5, at a depth of 10.5 km below Refrontolo; at 11.13 on 29 September, in San Pietro di Feletto, just 5 km deep, but at a very low magnitude, 0.3.

“We are very far from the 3.5 degrees of the Wednesday and Tuesday shaking and this is already a positive sign: that the swarm could be running out. But – explains the seismologist Pier Luigi Bragato, from the OGS – the greatest reassurance is that the earth has not shaken for 24 hours, indeed for 30 », the expert specified, finding the latest findings yesterday afternoon. “It is true that surprise can suddenly arrive, and we hope it will not be bitter, but the statistics of the area tell us that the weakening of the sequence, both in number and intensity of vibrations, can give us hope”.

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THE MOBILE STATIONS REMAIN

That is why the four mobile survey stations will remain in place for another week or so. Once these have been removed, the Montello and Col Vendana seismographs in the Pre-Alps will remain to watch over the foothills.

Meanwhile, the concern of residents in Miane and Valdobbiadene is returning. The Posa Puner Refuge, above Miane, is open to welcome weekend hikers, who will be numerous, because the site is a panoramic balcony over the Unesco Hills and the Valley. To the municipalities of both Miane and Valdobbiadene, but also of Farra di Soligo, where the tremors were also felt, numerous telephone calls were received by the technical offices to promptly know the anti-seismic adaptation standards provided for in the most recent map of the region.

THE SISMABONUS

The technicians recall that it is possible to resort to the Sismabonus, the provision that provides for a tax deduction increased to 110%, on a maximum cost of 96 thousand euros, for those who carry out anti-seismic strengthening interventions of their home.

More precisely, the tax benefit will be applied to those who will work to increase the resistance to earthquakes or reduce stresses. They range from the insulation of the structures, to reduce the impact of an earthquake, to the strengthening of the load-bearing elements, such as beams and pillars, to make buildings more resistant. “The reclassification – explains the regional councilor for civil protection, Diego Bottacin, who lives in Miane – is an excellent opportunity to enhance the buildings, making them safer”.

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