Santo Domingo.- The Santo Domingo Water and Sewage Corporation (CAASD) and the Engineers, Architects and Surveyors Guild (CODIA) will present the Greater Santo Domingo Sewerage Master Plan today, in addition to the Digital Cartography, considered unique in the country.
CAASD director Alejandro Montas said the goal is to implement 25 percent of the Plan in the next 10 years, "significantly improving the environmental and health conditions of the National District and Santo Domingo province residents."
He said the project will result in a completely modern sewage system with economically and environmentally sustainable technology.
"Submerged discharges, treatment plants, pumping stations, collection lines and connections, all designed to permanently restore the environmental quality of the Ozama, Isabela and Haina rivers; the city’s aquifers and the Caribbean Sea," Montas said in a statement.
He said the plan shows the Government’s concern with Greater Santo Doming’s sanitation, and its announcement coincides the CODIA’s 50th anniversary.