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As water demand grows across Latin America, securing this resource for all becomes a bigger and bigger challenge. Water infrastructure struggles to keep pace with fast-growing cities, many rural regions still lack services and, in some cases, industries are finding they must invest large sums to ensure supply. This report examines the situation of water operators in Mexico, miners in Chile, frackers in Argentina and big hydro in Brazil, as well as the movement toward desalination in the region. More
Located in Atacama region, Chile's first state-run desalination plant shows the country's "advantage" regarding the technology, authorities said. More
Distribution network Projects
- Francisco de Paula de Santander Metropolitan Aqueduct - Phase 4 (Cúcuta Metropolitan Aqueduct)
- Francisco de Paula de Santander Metropolitan Aqueduct - Phase 3 (Cúcuta Metropolitan Aqueduct)
- Francisco de Paula de Santander Metropolitan Aqueduct - Phase 1 (Cúcuta Metropolitan Aqueduct)
- Los Molinos-Córdoba canal expansion
- Section 3 rehabiliation of the Tibitoc - Casablanca line (Phase III: north sub-section)
- Section 3 rehabilitation of the Tibitoc-Casablanca line (Phase II: 60" pipe)
- Desvío Arijón water system, stage II
- Northern Lima desalination plant
- Southern Lima desalination plant
- Gran Tulum aqueduct
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