YPF to fund Pico Truncado wastewater treatment plant

Monday, August 29, 2011

Argentina's largest oil company YPF has signed an agreement with the city of Pico Truncado in southern Santa Cruz province to finance construction of a wastewater treatment plant.

The plant will cost an estimated US$3.5mn and includes primary and secondary treatment, paper El Patagónico reported.

Part of the treated wastewater will be used in secondary oil recovery, with the rest to be used for irrigating public spaces, said Pico Truncado governor Osvaldo Maimó.

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