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CAPA investing 55 million into new water network

Chiquilá, Q.R. — CAPA reports the replacement of the potable water network in the port of Chiquilá with a 55 million peso investment.

The port of Chiquilá, which hosts the ferry crossing to Holbox, will see the replacement of their water network along with the remodeling of the water treatment plant.

The head of la Comisión de Agua Potable y Alcantarillado (CAPA) Silverio Mariano Canul, reported that the state agency works toward the improvement program for the port of Chiquilá, adding that the water replacement network will include a total of 7,378 linear meters of 2, 4 and 6 inch pipes, providing greater water pressure to the homes.

“It is an important investment that includes several projects such as paving in the streets of Delfines and Chivitas,” he explained.

Mariano Canul also pointed out that among other projects, they will work on the remodeling of the sewage treatment plant and pumps, among others with an investment exceeding 55 million pesos. He says that once complete, it will solve the problem of gray water overflow in the port.