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Lambaré, Luque and Mariano Roque Alonso wastewater plants

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Early Works
Current Stage: Awaiting construction decision
Start: 09/2018
In Construction
Under Construction
Start: 07/2019
Completion: 07/2023
Operation
In operation
Start:07/2023
Project Details

Description

Plans are being made to build a wastewater treatment plant in the Lambaré basin, which covers the districts of Asunción, Lambaré, Villa Elisa and Fernando de la Mora. While in the Luque basin, primary, secondary and tertiary collectors and pumping stations with 7,900m of power lines are being considered. For the treatment and final disposal, the wastewaters of this basin will be conducted to the WWTP in Mariano Roque Alonso through a pumping station and its corresponding drive line. Regarding the complementary pumping stations, the project includes the construction of the pumping station of the Catholic University basin and the pumping station of the Tacumbú basin, with its corresponding electromechanical equipment and power lines to conduct the sewage to the treatment plant in Lambaré.

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Key Specs

Full Name
Lambaré, Luque and Mariano Roque Alonso wastewater plants
Project Type
Potable water system, Wastewater treatment plants
Development Phase
Awaiting construction decision
Project Status
Active
Project Capacity
 Potable water system
 Wastewater treatment plants
Investment
US$ 600mn
Completion Date
2023
Location

The project will be carried out in the cities of Lambaré, Luque and Mariano Roque Alonso, in Asunción’s metropolitan area.

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Owner / operator
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Director - tender department
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Director of Drinking Water and Sanitation
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