Playa del Carmen, Q.R. — Aguakan says more than 120 million peso has been set aside for new infrastructure throughout the municipality. The water company says the investments will see improved water services, sanitary drainage and sanitation.
In Playa del Carmen, where there has been significant population growth, Aguakan says 57 million peso will be spent to meet the increased demand for these services. The company says in accordance with its five-year development plan, 34 projects will be completed of which 17 will include water.
The municipal infrastructure plan also includes the renovation of hydraulic networks in Puerto Aventuras and Sector Tanque 7. Aguakan reports the operation of the municipality’s sewage system will be made more efficient by relocating one of the city’s main collectors.
They will also move forward with the replacement of drainage and sewer networks, among other extensions, for around 28 million peso. Once complete, the drainage infrastructure will allow adequate collection of wastewater in the area.
Aguakan also said their 2022 plan includes the construction of the Cristo Rey wastewater treatment plant. That plant, along with seven other projects, are part of a 33 million peso investment.