Punta de Mita and nearby areas will have water in the future
Entrepreneurs of the ADEPM, together with state and municipal authorities, have met several times with Mexican entrepreneurs with extensive experience in the business of subtraction and distribution of water in different states of the country.
Punta de Mita is a unique place where 7 of the most important hotel chains in the world are located. In addition it projects greater future growth and investments that depend on whether there will be enough of this natural resource to meet those needs. As an investor, we seek to have this resource at a reasonable price and in time.
Nearby towns such as Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Bucerias, Higuera Blanca, Emiliano Zapata and Corral del Risco have severe lack of water. The region is growing and the objective of ADEPM, the government of Nayarit and Bahía de Banderas is to propose solutions that allow for further progress, which is why it is necessary to take certain steps that benefit the area.
David Guerrero Secretary of Economic Development of Nayarit considers that it is necessary and important for the development of the Riviera Nayarit to work in a coordinated manner with Puerto Vallarta, since these are two destinations together that share resources and infrastructure necessary for their development.
The current water requirement for the region is 500 liters per second; the proposal is 1000 liters per second, availability which was confirmed with a study done on the Ameca River; and it would be through a radial well located in an area free of risk and which also guarantees that the resource will be provided free of iron and manganese; it is a crude iron pipe with a depth of 5-6 meters and through some combs that take out the water to later directed to the region. With this project the water would be distributed in all the areas where the pipeline is installed. Its construction would take between 12 to 15 months. With this technology it would not be necessary to have a water treatment plant.
Currently, these radial wells operate on the Papagayo river, supplying water to different areas of Guerrero; Tuxtla and Hermosillo already have one.