Tramasa opens a water treatment plant in cuba
Las Tunas is one of Cuba’s driest provinces. This limited rainfall aggravates as a result of climate change, thus requiring a more efficient use of water resources.
Previously, those living in the community used to receive drinking water through cisterns. This was a costly and irregular process raising many debates in the province accountability meetings, which after the inauguration of the water treatment plant have been solved.
treatment plant have been solved. More than six thousand people benefit from this modern water treatment plant in the town of Bartle, located about 10 kilometers to the west of the city and inaugurated as part of the Las Tunas hydrological restoration program.
Mirtha García, delegate in Las Tunas of the National Institute for Hydraulic Resources, said that besides the social impact caused by the work, the installed technology is one of the most modern in the country because of its energy efficiency and the high levels of obtained water quality.
Cuba is an important platform for Tramasa and Velamar (business partner in the project), since both companies develop an investment in the Mariel Area, with the purpose of building technologies aimed at the Central America and The Caribbean markets.