Nicaragua: New Invitation to Tender for La Chureca Social Housing Project

In the next couple of days a new tender process will begin for the construction of 258 social interest dwellings.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

The $39 million integrated development project is funded by the Spanish agency for International Cooperation in Development (AECID) and includes parking facilities, a school and a health clinic, as well as the housing.

"In parallel to the housing project, both organic and inorganic waste processing plants able to cope with 1,300 tons of the Nicaraguan capital's daily trash are to be built, providing jobs for the residents of the new neighborhood, Acahualinca," reports

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Obligatory Waste Treatment in Costa Rica

August 2010

In February 2011 the "Ordinary Solid Waste Management Regulation" will come into force.

Regional authorities, businesses and the general population have six months to take any measures necessary to comply with the new regulation which seeks to prevent pollution and reduce pressure on Costa Rica's natural resources.

Business Opportunities in Compulsory Waste Disposal

June 2010

Costa Rica's upcoming law for Solid Waste Management introduces obligations for individuals and organizations; these open a whole new array of business opportunities.

The law, which comes into effect soon, will force companies to review, and potentially reorganize its productive processes, by quantifying and analyzing the waste they cause.

Nicaragua Invites Bids For Building Homes

March 2010

The City of Managua and the Spanish Cooperation Agency are inviting bids for building 225 homes in La Chureca, Managua.

An integral development project in Acahualinca neighborhood will be funded with $45 million by AECID, the Spanish International Cooperation Agency for Development. It comprises building residences and creating a waste disposal plant.

$45 Million Waste Management Plant in Nicaragua

October 2009

The Government of Spain will construct a $45 million waste management plant in La Chureca.

The terrain where the current open-skies landfill is located was given to AECI, the Spanish International Cooperation Agency, who will build the plant there. 2.000 people are expected to be employed by the facility once its open.

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