Costa Rica’s Central Valley sewage to be treated in $45 million plant by 2015
By 2015, sewage produced by more than one million people residing in the Central Valley of Costa Rica will be treated in a $45 million water treatment plant to be built west of San José.
The water and sewer utility has already begun the process of tendering for the contract with an expected delivery date fours years from now.
The plant will form part of a much bigger project to clean up the region with an investment of $270 million.
Original source: Tico Times