Artemisa, Cuba - Managers of the Business Unit of Aqueduct and Drains in the municipality of San Cristóbal work to improve the supply of drinking water to the population.
The rehabilitation of distribution networks in the popular councils Santa Cruz de los Pinos, Ramón López Peña and the population settlements Campo de Tiro and Niceto Pérez, as part of the program to eliminate leaks, is part of the actions, asserted René Prado Sale, principal specialist in water resources management.
The specialist added that at the moment more than 90% of the population of Santa Teresa receives the liquid through the source of supply of the artificial insemination center, while they continue working in the preparation of the work to conclude the connection of the rest of the population.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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