Water Technology Development and Transfer in Mexico

by Héctor Garduño, Mexican Inst of Water Technology, CIVAC, Morelos, Mexico,

Abstract: Mexican Government has developed the National Potable Water Supply and Sanitation Program to meet the country's water supply demands, both in quantity and quality. Two core activities of the Mexican Institute of Water Technology are carried out within the consolidation strategy of this Program, namely, technology development and its transfer, and training for personnel involved in Potable Water and Sewarage Operating Systems. This paper gives a brief description of such activities, including examples of past experience and future goals.

Subject Headings: Water quality | Water resources | Developing countries | Water management | Water supply systems | Drinking water | Training | Government | Engineering profession | North America | Mexico

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