Conagua - the National Water Authority of Mexico
Conagua, the national water authority of Mexico. Water in Mexico is considered a national asset. Water administration corresponds to the President of Mexico, who delegates it to the National Water Commission. The National Water Commission (CONAGUA) is an administrative, normative, technical, consultative and decentralized agency of the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT). Conagua has announced a plan under which the agency will spend over 1 trillion pesos ($85.3 billion U.S.) through the year 2030 to upgrade and expand the nation’s water systems and protect its water resources. The spending amounts to a doubling of Conagua’s previous level of annual investment in water and sewer infrastructure.
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- Business Type:
- Government agency
- Industry Type:
- Water Utilities
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)