Mexico's national water authority, Conagua, founded in 1989, is tasked with managing and protecting the country's water resources in order to ensure their sustainable use. Conagua is divided into three main operating segments: central offices, basin organizations, and local offices. Conagua's objectives include improving water-use efficiency 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, Del. Coyoacán, México, Districto Federal, Mexico