Tighter regulations in Mexico's water sector are making projects technologically far more demanding than before, Salvador Sánchez, commercial director of water technology company Dinámica Y Saneamiento De Caudales (Dysac) told BNamericas.
Dysac, which works in both Mexico and Central America, has found the Mexican market to be significantly more developed than its Central American counterparts.
"Regulations govern everything from discharges into drains and the quality of water treatment to the durability of the machinery," the executive said in a recent interview.
While the market in Central America is still in the early stages of development, "it will definitely achieve higher levels of technology as they develop more regulation," Sánchez said.
The full interview with Salvador Sánchez is published in this week's Water and Waste Perspectives, for subscribers only.