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Mexico's Jalisco state inaugurated a wastewater treatment plant Friday (Jun 10) in San Juan de los Lagos, according to a release.
Construction of the plant began in December 2005 and cost 45.4mn pesos (US$3.79mn).
The plant has a capacity of 200l/s, making it the second largest treatment facility in the state. The facility will treat wastewater from San Juan de los Lagos and surrounding municipalities.
A Jalisco state law introduced in 2005 requires that towns with more than 50,000 inhabitants have a wastewater treatment plant.