Workers recover 98% of drinking water in Alajuela

January 9, 2009

Costa Rica´s Costa Rican Water and Sewer Institute (AyA) reports 98 percent of Alajuela, a province northwest of San José, has access again to drinking water after Thursday´s earthquake damaged important water reserves and tanks.

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