Medina breaks ground on 55.7M euros water treatment plant
Santo Domingo.- President Danilo Medina headed groundbreaking Wednesday for the construction of a water treatment plant on the Ozama River, at a cost of 55.7 million euros, funded by Deutsche Bank.
The ceremony included Santo Domingo Aqueduct Utility (CAASD) director Alejandro Montas, Environment minister Bautista Rojas, senator Cristina Lizardo, Administrative minister Jose Ramon Peralta, and other officials.
The work by contractor Incatema Consulting will benefit over 450,000 residents in the northern part of the National District and the municipality Santo Domingo Norte.
Montas said among the sectors that will benefit from the plant figure La Zurza, Cristo Rey, Villas Agrícolas, Villa Consuelo, Villa Juana, Ensanche Luperón, Viejo Arroyo Hondo I y II, Capotillo, Cuesta Hermosa I y II, Simón Bolívar, Sabana Perdida, Villa Mella and Los Guaricanos, among others.
April 14, 2016
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