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EPMAPS Agua de Quito

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Area: 5888268 km2
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Brazil; Peru; Suriname; France; Colombia; Guyana; Bolivia; Venezuela; Ecuador
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Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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Countries: Ecuador
Regions: Amazonas
Organization SDGs:
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Water Quality (SDG 6.3)
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Safe, Affordable Water
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Services Offered: Technical assistance
Org. Type: Business
Org. Size: Medium (100 - 499 Employees)
Industry Sector: Power generation
Language: English
Org. Website: www.aguaquito.gob.ec
Org. Source: User
Profile Completion: 96%
Coalition: No

Organization Overview

EPMAPS is the municipal unit in charge of water management in the metropolitan district o Quito, from the capture in the sources to the management of urban wastewater through the process of conduction, purification, distribution, and collection of wastewater.

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Carry out comprehensive and adequate management of the liquid waste generated by the population (domestic discharges) and productive activities of the MDQ (industrial discharges) through its interception, conduction, and treatment of urban wastewater; in a way that minimizes the impacts … Learn More

According to the recommendations, the Bellavista plant must be expanded in its production capacity, through two treatment modules with a capacity of 750 liters/sec each. However, given that the current plant has low flexibility during operation (due to maintenance or … Learn More

This project consists of expanding the Paluguillo plant from 600 l/s to 1,600 l/s in two 500 l/s modules. This plant expansion will allow for current and future demand for drinking water to be met until the year 2050 of … Learn More

The EPMAPS, in the update of the Integrated Master Plan for Drinking Water and Sanitation, has defined as a priority work in the short term the project: "LINE OF DRIVING PALUGUILLO - BELLAVISTA" , in order to solve the needs … Learn More

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