The project consists of a corporate loan to Sabesp to assist Tiete River Depollution Program - Stage IV. The purpose is to help restore the water quality of the Tiete River, in the Metropolitan Region of Sao Paulo, Brazil, through the expansion of sewage coverage and wastewater treatment capacity. This program encompasses various activities, including: (i) expansion of the wastewater treatment capacity by 3 m3/sec, covering the Parque Novo Mundo and Sao Miguel Paulista Sewage Treatment Stations (ETEs), as well as the expansion of the solid phase of the ETE Barueri for 16 m3/sec; (ii) construction of 200 km of collection networks and 160 km of interceptors and trunk collectors and (iii) strengthening of Sabesp's management capabilities and instruments.
With the implementation of the project, it will be possible to achieve high levels of sanitary sewage collection and treatment in the area where Sabesp operates in the Metropolitan Region of Sao Paulo. The project will benefit, directly and indirectly, 34 municipalities and around 3.7 million inhabitants. contributing to the universalization service until 2033, as promoted by the New Sanitation Law.
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