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Brazil's Paraná state water utility Sanepar plans to spend 3.6mn reais (US$2mn) on a project to replace 52km of old pipeline with new PVC pipes in the town of Cambará.
The utility has met with local government officials regarding the provision of basic sanitation services, Sanepar said in a release.
Mayor Hagi Neto expressed interest in the installation of a well to supply the neighborhood of Água do Jaú as well as landfill management services in the Cianorte and Apucarana neighborhoods.
The utility is currently looking into the initiatives, according to Sanepar projects manager Luiz Nacayama.