Cancun, Q.R. — Water company Aguakan has begun pipeline work to install water and sanitary drainage in SM 311 of Cancun. In a press release, the company said there are more than 5,000 residents in the area that will benefit from the new system once complete.
The work, which began January 31, is expected to be finished in May of this year at a cost of 35 million peso. The water and sewage lines are being installed in the Álamos Sector of SM 311 and will include the installation of just over 11,000 meters of water lines and more than 6,000 meters of PVC pipe for the correct removal of wastewater to the area’s treatment plant.