Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Q.R. — More than 30,000 residents of Felipe Carrillo Puerto now have improved water service after work on two wells. Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa says the rehabilitation of two wells in the catchment area was an investment of 4.1 million of pesos.
Through the Potable Water and Sewerage Commission (CAPA), the service has been improved with resources from the Rights Return Program (PRODDER).
“The 4.1 million saw the rehabilitation of two extraction wells with a depth of 25 linear meters in the city of Felipe Carrillo Puerto” she reported, adding that the project was carried out to guarantee the continuity of the service by having infrastructure with new pumping equipment and rehabilitated electrical installations.
According to the CAPA, the rehabilitation of two catchment wells, the drilling of two deep wells, the installation of submersible pumping equipment, unloading train, intake valves, expulsion and sectioning, among other tasks was completed to improve the service.
This work also allows reducing operating costs and increasing the energy efficiency of the water distribution system.