Tegucigalpa

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 SFD for Tegucigalpa (Worldbank - WSP 2013)

Tegucigalpa
Honduras - Draft version available

The sanitation service in Tegucigalpa is essentially a failed sanitation service chain with only a fraction of the waste generated being treated and disposed of safely. The majority of the waste is contained and transported in a sewer network that discharges largely untreated wastewater into the Environment.


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