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Brazil's Mato Grosso state capital Cuiabá plans to finish up its 30-year basic sanitation plan by June 2, according to a release from city water utility Sanecap.
Environmental solutions company Bureau Soluções Ambientais (BSA) from the neighboring state of Santa Catarina is responsible for preparing the city's engineering plans.
BSA technicians have already visited water and sewerage treatment plants in the utility's coverage area and are carrying out studies regarding water availability, quality, loss rates, debt control, and others, according to Sanecap engineer and technical director Jacírio Maia Roque.
The plan will map out immediate actions to be carried out until 2013 as well as short-term actions up to 2016, medium-term work up to 2026 and long-term plans until 2041.