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This project was Certified on November 28, 2008


Water / Wastewater


Tijuana, Baja California, MEX

Benefited Population

33,915 people

Projected Cost

$8,780,000.00 USD

Technical Assistance

$185,694.00USD from PDAP





The project consists of the construction of a wastewater collection system (WWCS) for the areas Lomas del Valle, Maclovio Rojas and Ojo de Agua in the municipality of Tijuana, Baja California. The project includes the construction of approximately 94,737 linear meters (310,816 linear ft) of wastewater collection pipelines made of PVC material ranging from 20 to 76 cm (8 to 30 inches) in diameter. All wastewater collected by the new WWCS (approximately 69 lps) will be treated at La Morita wastewater treatment plant(WWTP).

    Certification Document

Close Out Report

Close Out Report

The Close‐Out Process provides a review of physical facilities constructed, facility performance and achievement of objectives, as reflected in a results measurement matrix.

    Close Out Report   (PDF, 332 KB)