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Coahuila to invest in pavement recycling

Bnamericas Published: Tuesday, April 22, 2003
Northern Mexico's Coahuila state will invest 50mn pesos (US$4.7mn) this year in a pavement recylcing program, which aims to repave some 2.8mn sq. m of roadways, the state announced. The current administration has recycled more than 5.5mn sq. m of pavement and will aim to cover by year-end some 8.3mn m of road surface. The program will benefit state roadways, repairs to water pipelines, drains and gas utilities in over 16 municipalities.

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