Argentina's La Calera city government, in Córdoba province, is drawing up plans to build a new sewerage system in the second half of this year, local daily La Mañana de Córdoba reported.
National waterworks promotion and financing agency Enohsa is funding the initiative, which is budgeted at 17mn pesos (US$4.17mn).
Enohsa is currently preparing to launch a tender to build the new network, which will take up to eight months to complete.
Work involves building a sewerage pipeline that will run parallel to streets Sucre, Sargento Cabral and Panamá to the estuary on the La Cañada Molina stream.
The city government will supervise the project, which is expected to increase La Calera's sanitation coverage to 100%.