From a press release from the President of Panama,
Nearly 2 million dollars ($ 2 million) will be designated, via Conades, for improvement works at the Water Treatment Plant The Algarrobos and water intakes from the rivers David and Majagua, a commitment by the national government to equip community residents in the district of David with better quality and quantity of drinking water.
The works include the renovation of flocculators (construction of hydraulic flow screens), clarifiers, filters, chemical dosing systems, gauges and indicators as well as general works on: lights, generators, a 5 ton bridge crane with gallery pumps , elevated tank pumps, microbiology laboratories and wastewater tank for chemicals and materials, replacement of 2 valves to control the river flow lines, 150 thousand gallon subterraneous reservoir tank.
Source: Presidencia de Panamá
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From a statement issued by the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (BCIE):
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