Sedapal is a Peruvian state-owned water utility which provides water and sewerage services to Lima and neighboring Callao. The company is currently building the Santa Clara wastewater treatment plant in Lima province's Ate Vitarte district. The new facility will have capacity to treat 426l/s, benefitting some 64,000 residents in sectors Pariachi, La Gloria, San Juan, Horacio Zeballos and areas surrounding Ate Vitarte. It has also launched work to build the Pachacútec potable water and drainage pipelines in Callao province's Ventanilla district. Sedapal was founded in 1981 and is based in Lima, Peru.
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