Cancun, Q.R. — The Federal Environmental Protection Agency has reinspected the real estate project Ynfinity in Cancun to ensure the residential complex remains closed.
Due to complaints, inspectors from the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (Profepa) arrived on site to ensure that the owners, builders and people linked to it comply with environmental legislation.
Although the imposed closure and seals were found respected, the inspection came after the company released a statement saying that there had been a new resolution and that the definitive closure set by Profepa had been annulled.
However, Profepa officials say that the project remains closed and will until the imposed fine of more than 1.5 million peso, has been paid by the company.
The real estate project was shut down in September 2017 after being found guilty of carrying out work without the authorization of an environmental impact permit issued by the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat).
However owners and workers defied that closure, creating another shut down order in November.