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Signing of the concession contract for the Sanitation Services Provision project in the Southern Districts of Lima.
Escrito por Tedagua: 12-05-2014

Signing of the concession contract for the Sanitation Services Provision project in the Southern Districts of LimaToday, the Ministry of Housing, Construction and Health of Peru and the company Sociedad Concesionaria Desaladora del Sur S.A. (60% owned by Tedagua and 40% by Cobra Instalaciones y Servicios), signed the concession contract for the Sanitation Services Provision project in the Southern Districts (Provisur).

 

The project, promoted by the Ministry along with SEDAPAL and PROINVERSION was awarded to Técnicas de Desalinización de Aguas S.A. (TEDAGUA) on 17th December 2013 and includes the design, construction, operation and maintenance and financing of the drinking water distribution systems in the area, the seawater capture and a desalination plant. It also includes the construction of a tertiary level wastewater treatment plant, to provide reuse water for the irrigation of parks and gardens. The reference investment for the project is US$100 million and the concession term is 25 years.

 

Provisur will be included in SEDAPAL's area of responsibility and will cover the districts of Punta Hermosa, Punta Negra, San Bartolo and Santa María del Mar, providing service to 100,000 inhabitants (permanent and temporary residents) in the southern area of Lima.

 

After signing the contract, Sociedad Concesionaria Desaladora del Sur S.A. will complete the technical project during the next 18 months, and construction will start within 24 months. It is estimated that the service will be ready to be commissioned by the year 2017.

 

Among the main advantages of the project, it is outstanding the sustainable use of water resources in the drinking water supply as a result of a desalination process; the improvement of water and sanitation services management in the spas in the southern part of Lima, and the extended coverage of drinking water and sewerage. In addition, the project also includes the final treatment and discharge of wastewater, in accordance with the environmental directive in force and with the consequent reduction in water-borne diseases.