The Sonora Revolving Fund Trust Fund is a financial intermediation vehicle whose objective is to grant credit under preferential term and interest rates to organizations responsible for providing public services of drinking water and sanitation.
Since its creation, credits have been granted for $ 415 mdp
They have been able to execute #39 hydraulic works.
Potable water and sewage networks.
Wastewater treatment plants.
Pumping and pumping stations.
Collection sources and equipment.
Macro measurement and micro measurement, among others.
Emerging works for the supply of drinking water.
In the past few days, the general director of the National Water Commission (Conagua), Roberto Ramírez de la Parra, opened the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) in Hermosillo, Sonora, thus converting the entity into one of the 5 cities in the country that treat all of its wastewater.
This work generated important benefits to the state, among which we can mention the promotion of the agricultural sector and the reduction of risks to the health of the community. The WWTP is part of the Program for the Best Use and Distribution of Water, which seeks to ensure the supply of all users and reach the water balance in the state of Sonora.
On the other hand, Governor Claudia Pavlovich said that with the help of this type of project, Sonora is moving towards consolidation as one of the entities with the most economic growth, and water, of course, is a fundamental part of it.
En base a la actual situación de contingencia y prevención motivado por el Coronavirus (Covid-19), le notificamos que a partir del 15 de Junio de 2020. No se estará recibiendo en nuestras oficinas solicitudes de crédito (físicas o impresas) hasta el día 17 de Agosto del 2020.
Sin embargo, estaremos trabajando en línea para dar seguimiento a su trámite de crédito en nuestro correo: firstname.lastname@example.org es importante señalar que contenga todos los datos para poder contactar vía telefónica el trámite respectivo.
Por su compresión y apoyo, gracias.
Coordinación General Fideicomiso Fondo Revolvente Sonora