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Brazil's Bahia state water and sewerage utility Embasa has called three tenders worth a total 38.5mn reais (US$22.6mn) for sanitation system maintenance and operation.
The contract period for all three tenders is for 24 months and all funding is coming from Embasa, a utility spokesperson told BNamericas.
The first tender, set at 16.3mn reais, is for the maintenance and operation of water supply and sewerage systems in the metropolitan region of state capital Salvador. Bids are due on October 6.
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Also for Salvador, Embasa called a 12.5mn-real tender which involves providing services such as debt collection and negotiation, repaving work and the suspension and reconnection of water supply services.
Proposals must be presented on October 5.
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Finally, Embasa published a 9.74mn-real tender that entails maintaining water supply and sewerage systems in the city of Brumado and surrounding regions.
Bids should be submitted on October 6.
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