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“Revolutionizing Water and Sanitation in Quintana Roo: Major Initiatives Unveiled!”

On International Water Day, the Quintana Roo Government, via the Drinking Water and Sewerage Commission (CAPA), announced the advancement of several important drinking water and sanitation initiatives in the state.

Key projects include the development of drinking water supply systems in rural communities, extending sewerage coverage in urban areas, and upgrading wastewater treatment plants.

These efforts aim to ensure fair access to drinking water and enhance sanitation conditions across the state. This contributes to the overall well-being of the population and the protection of the environment.

The Quintana Roo Government reiterated its dedication to sustainable development and the conservation of water resources. It is promoting initiatives that foster responsible water use and the safeguarding of aquatic ecosystems.

These initiatives bolster the state's hydraulic infrastructure and guarantee the provision of quality water for all residents. This aligns with the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Effective water and sanitation management are crucial for public health and human development. As such, the Quintana Roo Government will persist in implementing measures that enhance the quality of life for its residents and encourage responsible and sustainable use of natural resources.

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