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Inypsa Informes y Proyectos S.A.

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Spanish multinational engineering and consulting company Inypsa Informes y Proyectos S.A. operates in the environment, transport infrastructure, geology, territorial development, water engineering and energy efficiency sectors, providing management services and turnkey projects. Inypsa has developed projects in 90 countries and in Latin America is present in Honduras, Peru, Colombia, Bolivia, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic and Ecuador. Founded in 1970, the company is currently developing 250 projects worldwide. Some of its latest projects include the construction of the Mirador Norte/La Zurza wastewater treatment plant, in Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic; a sanitary landfill, in El Pinalito, Honduras; and the technical and environmental supervision of the San Borja-San Ignacio de Moxos highway construction project, in Bolivia. Inypsa is headquartered in Madrid.

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