AMLO starts up the Miravalles water treatment plant; will boost investment in Mazatlán


It will supply more than 500 thousand users and guarantee potable water in Mazatlán for more than 30 years

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- This Saturday the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, launched the operation of the Miravalles water treatment plant, which will solve the problem that residents of the northern colonies of Mazatlán and residents have suffered for years. it will be to benefit more than 500 thousand users.

“This aqueduct was built, this treatment plant and with this, the volume of water flow is increased for the supply of people, of the inhabitants of Mazatlán,” he explained.

López Obrador said that, according to the projection of the aqueduct, this water treatment plant will ensure the resource for 20 or 30 years ahead.

“There is guaranteed water for Mazatlán and also for the development of Mazatlán, which is a very fundamental tourist center in our country and very important,” he said.

He acknowledged that despite the pandemic, this port has recovered soon and is experiencing very significant growth.

“Jobs are already recovering, in short, things are improving in Mazatlán, in Sinaloa,” he added.

Regarding the water treatment plant, he stated that all the investment was carried out with the participation of the Government of Sinaloa, with 50 percent federal investment and 50 percent investment from the Government of Sinaloa.

“This shows that if we come together, if we join forces, if resources and wills are gathered, if we work together we can do much more for the population and this is a sample,” he acknowledged.

In his tour of Mazatlán, the Chief of the Federal Executive was accompanied by his wife, Beatriz Gutiérrez Muller; the Governor of Sinaloa, Quirino Ordaz Coppel; the municipal president, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, and the director of Conagua, Blanca Elena Jiménez.

López Obrador left with his delegation to the municipality of San Ignacio to continue with his work schedule for the state.


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