North Central towns get a RD$335.5M aqueduct
Villa Trina, Dominican Republic.- President Danilo Medina on Tuesday inaugurated an aqueduct built by the national potable water agency (Inapa), to benefit more than 8,000 residents of the towns Jose Contreras, Arroyo Blanco, La Sabana, El Salitre, La Penda, La Cumbre, La Encantada, Los Guayuyos and Jamao Afuera.
The work built at a cost of RD$335.5 million in northern Espaillat province gets water from Jamao river features full filtration with a treatment plant that supplies 40 liters per second.
It also features a concrete tank which stores 132,000 gallons of water and a buffer tank of 132,000 gallons, a 27.6-kilometer pressure pipe, distribution grid and 1,376 household hookups.
Jan 20, 2016
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