Honduras: $ 5 Million for Water Treatment

The Municipality of San Pedro Sula will invest in wastewater treatment projects.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Fredy Fugón, Superintendent of Public Works said that among projects is the construction of four storm drains in the area of Jardines del Valle, which will be tendered shortly.

"Fugón said construction of water collectors will also take place in the same area of Jardines del Valle, around the area of 27th and 33rd Street, bid process which began last week with ads published in city media," reports Tiempo.hn.



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The project for expansion of sewerage systems in the Greater Metropolitan Area of ​​San José projects works worth $200 million to be tendered in 2014 and 2015.

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