An announcement has been made that using a loan from a German bank expansion and improvements will be made in Managua to the wastewater treatment plant, and a biogas plant will be built.
It is anticipated that the project will take about three and a half years to be developed, which will divided into four phases. The expansion and optimization of the treatment of wastewater from Managua, the construction of the biogas plant, expansion of solar drying facilities and finally the promotion of a new consulting service to support the Nicaraguan Company of Aqueducts and Sewers (Enacal) in implementing the project.
With an investment of nearly a million dollars the Panamanian government will build a plant for drying onions in Nata, Panama.
The Ministry of Agricultural Development (MIDA in Spanish) is awaiting approval by the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) to initiate the bidding process and construction of the project, according to an article in PanamaAmerica.com.pa.
Later this month construction will begin on a plant for drying and storing onions in the municipality of Güinope, El Paraíso.
The head of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (SAG), Jacobo Regalado, also announced the planned construction of another plant in the department of Ocotepequeuna. In addition, a facility for drying and storing potatoes will be built in Intibucá. ‘The idea of making these buildings is to consolidate the supply chain for these items’, he said.
A $500.000 facility for curing and drying onions will be erected in the province of Coclé.
The plant will have capacity for up to one thousand daily onion quintals, improving commercialization of the vegetable.
Abad Barrios, president of the Natá Onion Cooperative, told newspaper Prensa.com: "We are filling the paperwork to purchase equipment for this plant, which will benefit over 200 farmers in Natá and the Azuero region".
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