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Paraguayan state water utility Essap plans to wrap up work in June on a new 30bn-guaraní (US$6.3mn) potable water plant at its Viñas Cue facility serving the Asunción metropolitan area.
The new plant will have production capacity of 72,000m3/d, and is being built by local group Consorcio Viñas Cue.
The project was scheduled for completion by end- 2010, but was put on hold due to a lack of equipment such as steel rods, cement, and piping, local daily ABC Digital reported Essap president Emiliano Insfrán as saying.
Essap has recently received complaints from Asunción residents receiving cloudy water, according to the report.