ETAPA-EP, Cuenca’s Municipal Telephone, Drinking Water and Sewage Company, is involved in several public health projects at the moment, the construction of the Saymirín-Planta de Tixán raw water pipeline, the rehabilitation of the Machángara Channel and, the construction of the Interceptor XIII (a large sewer that receives flow from a number of sewers and conducts the wastewater to a treatment plant) of the Machángara River. All three of these components are being done to ensure the production of drinking water for the city. Last Friday, Cuenca’s Mayor, Pedro Palacios, visited the sites of these projects to verify the status of…
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