Mexico's national water authority Conagua is charged with managing and protecting the country's water resources in order to ensure their sustainable use. Conagua is divided into three large operating segments: central offices, basin organizations, and local offices. The agency's objectives include improving water productivity in agriculture; increasing the quality of and access to drinking water, sewage and sanitation services; and promoting integrated and sustainable water management through the technical, administrative and financial development of the water sector.
Comisión Nacional del Agua
Av. Insurgentes Sur #2416, Col. Copilco el Bajo, Delegación Coyoacán, México, Districto Federal, Mexico