The project will aim at supporting Uruguay's water and sanitation utility in improving service delivery in targeted areas. The Project will comprise 2 components: Component 1. Institutional modernization and integration of OSE’s systems, including (a) Upgrading and integrating the current systems used by OSE’s departments to monitor water networks and control water losses, (b) Non-revenue Water (NRW) Program and energy efficiency, and (c) Development of an asset management strategy and an integrated risk management system; Component 2. Innovation in drinking water treatment, including the design and construction of the Laguna del Sauce water treatment plant ozonation module.
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