While other state water utilities have turned to water rationing due to a severe drought, Paraná's water utility maintains water reservoirs at high levels.
The Santa Fe province plans to boost potable water production by 75% as part of a federal water drive.
Drought has forced Minas Gerais state water utility Copasa to implement water rationing in several cities.
São Paulo state government seeks to sell a 49% stake in the holding company that manages the water and sanitation utility.
A total of 13 local firms are assisting the metro operator in providing equipment and personnel to carry out flood control actions.
The Paraná state water utility will install 1.4 km in pipeline to connect the central reservoir to certain districts. The company is also studying sewage treatment options with the help of JICA.
Would Latin American governments fall out of love with PPPs once they regain financial strength? BNamericas spoke to US lawyer Fradyn Suárez of Jones Day about this and other topics.