Trinidad and Tobago has about 70 wastewater treatment plants built by private developers associated with private developments that serve medium to large housing schemes. The large majority of them does not function properly, and improperly treated effluent is currently polluting receiving water bodies, which in some cases are used as sources of water for potable water. The program is to assist the Government in aspects related to the takeover, refurbishment, upgrade and eventual integration of malfunctioning plants in Trinidad and Tobago. Also, the program aims to improve WASA's efficiency, by supporting the reorganization of its personnel structure and reducing personnel costs.
|Country||Trinidad and Tobago|
|Sector||WATER AND SANITATION|
|Subsector||WATER AND SANITATION|
|Project Type||Loan Operation|
|Environmental and Social Impact Category||B|
|Approval Date||OCT 26, 2011|
|Contract Signature Date||NOV 30, 2011|
|IDB Financing *||50.00|
|Total Cost H||USD 50,000,000|
|Financing Type||Single Currency Facility|
|Reporting currency||USD - United States Dollar|
|Reporting Date||MAY 31, 2016|
|Undisbursed Amount H||USD 29,799,711|
|Disbursed to Date R||USD 20,200,289|
|Amount Outstanding R||USD 20,200,289|
|Income Collected R||USD 1,487,393|
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