Pluvial Drainage: All plots drain their pluvials without flooding. All internal streets have gutter and gutters. It has no open ditch or conduits. The park has drainage ducts in plumbing pipes of pre-cast concrete of varying diameters.
Power Network: Power supply to the park comes from the Transformer Substation Campana 1, which has two transformers of 30 MVA of 33 / 13.2 KV. The transport to the Substation is done through a feeder on a Hº Aº structure with a coplanar arrangement prepared for double terna.
Red of Pavements: The access has Pavement of Reinforced Concrete. The rest of the internal streets, has pavement Asphaltic, with gutter of Reinforced Concrete. Free width between cord 7m. The Turning Radius: 20 meters to facilitate the movement of trucks. Total Length: 4.633m. Total Surface: 32.626m2.
Industrial Drainage: All of the plots have underground pipelines that receive the previously treated industrial liquid effluents. In general they turn directly to the Pluvial conduit that passes through its front. In the rest of the park has built an additional pipe that collects these liquids. The final receiving body is the Parana River.
It crosses all the inner streets of the industrial park, on one of its sides. It consists of a ring, with varying diameters and lengths and the following characteristics: Pressure: 15kg / cm2 Access: Diameter 8 ": 191m. Calle 1 and Calle 102: Diameter 6 ": 1.027m. Calle 101, Calle 2 and Calle 103: Diameter 4 ": 3.451m. Total length: 4.669m. Service Provider: Gas Natural Ban S.A.
Tax Relief Regime: The companies to settle in the Park will have the possibility of Tax Relief that is offered by Law 10,547 of Industrial Promotion of the Province of Buenos Aires. This allows up to ten (10) years of exemption from payment of Gross Income Taxes and basic real estate and other benefits. The Municipality of Campana, adheres to this Law, with exemption from payment of Fees, duties and Municipal Taxes that tax industrial activity in the Party.
National Route No. 9: It passes through the front of the Industrial Park, connects with the cities of Buenos Aires, Rosario, Cordoba and the Argentine north, passing to Bolivia, Peru, etc. National Route No. 12: At 10 km, by National Route 9. It crosses the bridge Zárate-Brazo Largo, which links by road and railroad with direct access to MERCOSUR countries: Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil. Provincial Route nº 6: 2 km. , By Route No. 9. It connects with the National routes nº 5 and nº 7, that connects with the Center, the West and the South of the Province of Buenos Aires.