Brazil Water Company Eyes $714 Million in Works, BNamericas Says
Casan, Santa Catarina’s state water utility in southern Brazil, plans 1.5 billion reais ($714 million) in projects, mostly for sanitation works, the company’s projects director was cited as saying by BNamericas.
Contracts have been signed with the French development agency AFD and Japan’s International Cooperation Agency, with foreign banks helping finance initiatives that include improving water supplies in the Chapeco region, a dam in Timbe do Sul and works in the state capital Florianopolis, Casan’s projects and expansion director Adelor Vieira told BNamericas.
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