Water and Sewerage Works in Colon
The $20 million project starts in 2013 and expects to bring improvements in the water supply and sewerage systems in the province.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
The project funded with $20 million from the World Bank will be presented to the Provincial Council of Colon, Panama, on April 25th, said Charles Hamilton, regional head of the Institute of Aqueducts and Sewage Systems.
Real estate developments in the area of Cocle will have to generate their own sources of private water supply due to a shortage of this fluid in the province.
The funds have been earmarked for improvement works at the Water Treatment Plant in Los Algarrobos and water intakes from the rivers Majagua and David.
The Institute of Water and Sewerage in Panama is inviting eligible bidders to submit sealed bids for the project "Building a Propulsion Network and Pumping System for the new tanks in Burunga."
Within the framework of the project Water for All, the Guatemalan government will put out tender in August several drinking water and sanitation projects worth about $50 million.
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