BNamericas provides a roundup of the most important Water & Waste news in Latin America.
The group's main action plan for waterworks has wrapped up and involved the sale of its controlling share in sanitation arm Odebrecht Ambiental.
Six of these hurricanes are expected to hit the country's Pacific coast, while the remaining two are expected to make landfall on the Atlantic coast.
CAMC Engineering, the biggest infrastructure contractor in Bolivia, saw its former local general manager sentenced to 10 years in prison in a corruption scandal.
Works will take place in and around state capital Curitiba as well as on the coast.
Due to the project's stagnation, Mexican authorities had given an ultimatum to the Spanish company to either resume works or sell the project's concession to another company.
The state water utility is planning works in the cities of Anápolis and Aparecida de Goiãnia.
BNamericas takes a look at one of the major waterworks projects being built in Panama.
Lower house lawmakers have filed several impeachment requests and the country's bar association will join the efforts to remove the president from the office.