Mexican national water authority Conagua has launched an 844mn-peso (US$67.7mn) project to clean up the San Francisco bay area in Campeche state.
The authority will work with the state government to install sewerage infrastructure and build a wastewater treatment plant, Conagua said in a release.
A pumping station will be built near the bay to ensure all wastewater is directed to a single treatment plant.
Other work will include replacing the area's potable water distribution network, building a sanitary landfill and installing rainwater drainage, according to a release.
Conagua will also work with the local water utility to improve administrative efficiency and improve the physical condition of the distribution network. Improvement of the distribution pipes will reduce water leakage and facilitate effective metering of water consumption.