Indigenous leaders are scheduled to meet this week with President Moreno, cabinet ministers, the comptroller and the head of congress to express their rejection of pollution allegedly caused by the mining industry.
The country's northern coast and jungle, which have been devastated by heavy rains over the past two years, will see a major infrastructure investment drive in 2019.
Tecámac, the municipality where the Santa Lucía military air base is located, experiences an annual water deficit of 106Mm3, according to a newspaper.
The project is part of Sabesp's strategy to diversify revenues.
The document reportedly points out flaws and possible offenses, and calls for continued investigations.
The Brazilian company plans to invest US$2.8mn in the works.
Roberto Ramírez said that as the contract for the work was put out to tender, the Mexican water authority will probe those officials who accepted the bid.
According to state oil firm Ecopetrol, three rural aqueducts in Arauca were affected by a spill caused by an attack on the Caño Limón-Coveñas pipeline.