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CESPM (Comisión Estatal de Servicios Públicos de Mexicali)


CESPM - Comisión Estatal de Servicios Públicos de Mexicali

CESPM, the state-owned water utility for northern Mexico's Baja California state operates under federal, state and municipal laws and regulations. It was created with the purpose of and given the legal capacity to provide drinking water and sanitary sewerage services to residents of Mexicali city and valley, including San Felipe. It is responsible for operating potable water plants for public service; operating the waste collection and treatment system (sump pumps and treatment facilities); infrastructure construction and expansion work to ensure these services are delivered; and water and sewerage network maintenance and repair.

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CESPM Data and Contacts

Address: Calle Río Sinaloa #1399, Colonia Vallarta
City: Mexicali,Baja California
Country: Mexico
Phone number: 52-686-5641900
Fax: 52-686-5641900
Sector: Water & Waste
Subsectors: Government/Regulations

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