Brazil's Piauí state water utility Agespisa is planning work costing 92.7mn reais (US$58.3mn) to build sewerage systems in six municipalities throughout the northeastern state.
Agespisa, through its company for the development of the São Francisco and Parnaíba valleys (Codevasf), has signed an agreement with the national integration ministry to carry out the works, the utility said in a release.
Once work is complete, 90,000 residents will benefit from 100% wastewater collection and treatment.
Municipalities Ilha Grande, União and Guadalupe will receive 21.7mn, 21.3mn and 16.1mn reais for water projects respectively. Work in Porto, Amarante, and Murici dos Portelas will cost 13.6mn, 13.1mn, and 6.86mn reais.
Codevasf will provide 88mn reais for the works, with the remainder coming from Agespisa's main budget.
The agreement is part of a 173mn-real overall investment plan for the state, which also includes irrigation and road projects.