SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT wins a 4-year, 65 million contract to operate and maintain the residual water collection system in Panama City

Posted: Friday 9th January 2015

Degrémont, a SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT subsidiary, has been chosen by the Panama Ministry of Health (MINSA) to maintain and operate the wastewater collection systems, pumping stations and other networks in Panama City over a period of four years.

This 65 million contract covers the operation and maintenance of a 162 km system of pipes that is due to be extended to 248 km in 2016. The contract includes the repair of certain infrastructures and the supply of equipment.

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