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Brazil's Bahia state water and sewerage utility Embasa has called three tenders worth a total 35mn reais (US$22.4mn) for waterworks in the municipalities of Irecê, Itaberaba, and Ipiaú.
The first tender, set at 15mn reais, involves a 12-month project to install pipelines as part of the state's São Francisco water distribution system.
The job also involves carrying out improvements to the system in the city of Irecê, including restoration work and implementing environmental protection measures.
Companies and consortiums can request clarifications until July 31 and bids are due on August 5, according to an Embasa tender notice.
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Embasa also called 12.6mn-real tender for the two-year maintenance and operation of water supply and sewerage systems in the city of Itaberaba.
Clarifications can be requested until July 22 and proposals must be presented on July 27.
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Finally, the utility published a 7.41mn-real tender which involves the 24-month maintenance of the water supply and sewerage systems serving the town of Ipiaú and other areas.
Clarifications can be requested until July 22 and bids should be submitted on July 27.
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