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Instituto Nacional de Recursos Hidráulicos

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The National Water Resources Institute, INDRHI, is the Dominican Republic's authority responsible for controlling and regulating the use of surface and underground water resources. The agency is attached to the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources and operates as an independent entity. Among other things, it is charged with assessment, design, and planning of all energy and water works in the country's water basins; coordination and maintenance activities of the irrigation system; conducting geological studies of water resources and water collection; and completing water and waste related works. The INDRHI was created in 1965 and is headquartered in Santo Domingo.

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