Aguas Araucanía is a Chilean water utility whose activities include drinking water production and distribution, and wastewater collection, treatment and final disposal for southern Region IX's urban areas. Its infrastructure includes a 1,899-km drinking water network, a 1,683-km wastewater network, 27 wastewater treatment facilities, 26 potable water production plants, and 88 reservoir storage tanks with a total tank volume of 61,700m3. It operates as a subsidiary of local water holding company Aguas Nuevas, the country's third largest water company. The final controller of the company is Marubeni Corporation e Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ). Aguas Araucanía was founded in 2004 and is based in Temuco, Chile.