Feb. 27 (Bloomberg) -- The Dominican Republic water authority is planning a $160 million drinking water and wastewater project along the north-south border so residents can have potable water and sanitation 24 hours a day year-round, BNamericas said, citing the water agency’s director.
Inapa’s Alberto Holguin said the agency plans to tender the project in April to improve “access to potable water and sanitation in the region,” Holguin said at a news conference. An $85 million water pipeline in Hermanas Mirabal province is nearing completion, BNamericas also said, citing the director.
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