This project involves the construction, rehabilitation and expansion of the primary and secondary sewage systems and pump station, as well as the construction of a new wastewater treatment plant. The project is divided into three phases spanning a 20-year period.
Phase I (1999-2000) financed under a 20-year Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) concession agreement:
Phase II (2000-2005):
Phase III (2006-2018):
With the implementation of this project, all residents of Ciudad Acuña will receive wastewater collection and treatment services. Furthermore, the well-being of the region’s population will be enhanced by ensuring that the wastewater is adequately treated and preventing raw sewage from being discharged into the Rio Grande, thus improving the quality of the river water.
|Total Project Cost||US 78.8M|
US 1.88M - NADB Loan
US M - NADB Grant: BEIF
US M - NADB Grant: CAP
US M - NADB Grant: SWEP
US M - NADB Grant: WCIF
|Other Funding Partners||
Institutional Development Program
Mexican National Water Commission, ( Comisión Nacional del Agua (CNA)
Mexican State and Local Authorities