BNamericas provides a roundup of the most important Water & Waste news in Latin America.
The financially troubled state government wants to privatize the utility to raise funds. However, any privatization plan is set to face a number of challenges.
The São Paulo state water utility will make the investment in the city of Itaquaquecetuba.
The World Bank said the loan - a first for the Caribbean - was part of ramped-up efforts to improve the region's governments' capacity to manage disasters.
The public works ministry stated that climate change-related events have caused an "significant deterioration ofthe country's road networks."
The Paraná state water utility has added a poor district to its water supply expansion project in the city of Carlópolis.
A week after hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, almost half of the island's residents are still without access to potable water.