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  • 2 Oct 2015- 09:07 by Local Press Report NEW YORK, NY PRWeb The State Water Commission of Baja California, Mexico awarded the consortium of RWL Water and its Mexican partners Libra Ingenieros and R.J. Ingenieria the project to build, finance, operate and transfer (BOT) a seawater desalination plant
  • 1 Oct 2015- 10:31 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MEXICO CITY, Mexico Mexico’s Ministry of Finance this week announced the country's finalized 2016 budget, which includes $4.1 billion USD for infrastructure. Nearly $383 million USD (or nearly 10 percent) of that total will go toward water and
  • 16 Sep 2015- 10:15 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MEXICO CITY, Mexico The third stage of the Metropolitan Drinking Water Line, which will add 3 cubic meters per second to the water supply for municipalities in the areas just outside of Mexico City, has received clearance from Mexico’s Environment
  • 10 Sep 2015- 10:04 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MEXICO CITY, Mexico In the last two weeks the director of Mexico’s National Water Commission (Conagua), Roberto Ramirez de la Parra, has met with representatives from three different countries and signed agreements to jointly address a variety of water
  • 4 Sep 2015- 10:05 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MEXICO CITY, Mexico Mexico’s National Water Commission (Conagua) is issuing 21 tenders this week for water projects in the eastern zone of the Valley of Mexico. Designed in parallel with the New International Airport of Mexico City (NAIMC), the primary
  • 31 Aug 2015- 10:23 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MEXICO CITY, Mexico Members of the Yaqui indigenous community in Mexico's northern Sonora state have gathered 15,000 signatures for a petition opposing construction of the controversial Independencia Aqueduct. International human rights group
  • 28 Aug 2015- 10:24 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MEXICO CITY, Mexico Mexico City’s water authority, Sacmex, has issued an international tender for the purchase of 27,835 water meters that will be installed throughout the city later this year. Currently, 1.4 million meters are installed in the capital,
  • 27 Aug 2015- 10:05 by OOSKAnews Correspondent VERACRUZ, Mexico Water and sanitation services in the Mexican cities of Veracruz and Medellin will soon be under private management under a 30-year concession agreement. The State Congress in Veracruz approved the measure on August 20th in an 8-2 vote.
  • 20 Aug 2015- 11:02 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MONTERREY, Mexico The proposed Monterrey VI aqueduct, one of Mexico’s most controversial and politically charged water projects, remains in limbo amid conflicting reports about its future. The 372-kilometer-long, $1 billion USD project to transfer water
  • 7 Aug 2015- 10:02 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LA PAZ, Mexico Mexico’s national water authority, Conagua, has released a nationwide public tender for a 700-liter-per-second wastewater treatment plant in La Paz, the capital of Baja California Sur state. According to the tender announcement, published
  • 4 Aug 2015- 10:48 by OOSKAnews Correspondent DURANGO, Mexico Mexico’s national water authority, Conagua, last week announced funding for $62 million USD worth of water projects in the northwest state of Durango. Speaking on July 30th at a meeting with members of the Presidio San Pedro River Basin
  • 29 Jul 2015- 10:01 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MEXICO CITY, Mexico It will take some $430 million USD to address leakages in the Mexican capital’s potable water network, Ramón Aguirre Díaz, the head of Mexico City’s Water System (SACMEX), said last week. Aguirre Díaz told a press conference that
  • 21 Jul 2015- 10:22 by OOSKAnews Correspondent SAN LUIS POTOSI, Mexico Mexico’s national water authority, Conagua, last week announced a package of current and planned water projects in the north-central state of San Luis Potosi, worth some $81.5 million USD. Speaking on July 18th at the initiation
  • 10 Jul 2015- 10:39 by OOSKAnews Correspondent GUANAJUATO, Mexico Mexico’s legal framework for water is out of date and does not reflect the country’s current reality, experts from the legal departments at the country’s water utilities said during the Second National Meeting of Technical Arreas,
  • 9 Jul 2015- 12:00 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MONTERREY, Mexico Jaime Rodriguez Calderon, known as “El Bronco,” the governor-elect of Mexico’s Nuevo Leon state, this week called on the current state government to halt construction of the Monterrey VI Aqueduct, citing escalating and unjustified costs

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