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.

The work will begin next year and should be completed in 2015. It includes the installation of meters in homes and improvements to pipelines and the sewer system, reported Prensa.com.

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Water Works for $3.2 million

April 2014

The Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers in Panama is putting out to tender improvements to the water supply system in several communities.

Government Purchase Pan loves 2014-2-66-0-08-007726-AV:

"IMPROVEMENTS TO THE WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR THE COMMUNITIES OF PASO BLANCO, PASO BLANCO 1 AND 2 (DISTRICT OF PANAMA, TOWNSHIP OF PACORA); TANARA LA VIEJA, ALTOS DE TANARA, ALTO DE NARANJAL, BRISA DE TANARA AND SAN JUAN DE DIOS (DISTRITO DE CHEPO)). "

Water Shortage Slows Investment in Panama

June 2013

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.

In light of this situation, the authorities do not seem to be in agreement over how the problem should be combated.

$2 million for Water Supply Improvements in David

June 2012

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.

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.

$50 million for Water Supply Announced

July 2015

The government of Costa Rica has announced investments in 12 projects in water infrastructure development, technology development and conservation activities.

The plans include an initiative to improve the water supply in the basin of the Tempisque River and coastal communities, a plan for expansion and improvement of the Aqueduct of Bagaces, two aqueduct improvement plans in Liberia and two in Nicoya.

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