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“Water supplies are dwindling in Mexico City. Many residents have limited or no access to running water. The capital’s primary water source could be depleted in 40 years. And at least 60 companies have permits that allow them to extract more than 1 million liters of water per day from the Valley of México’s water supply.”

MND Staff

How much of Mexico City’s water supply is extracted by private companies?
As Mexico City residents face water shortages, many are questioning the permits granted to over 60 companies to extract millions of liters a day.
How much of Mexico City’s water supply is extracted by private companies?
As Mexico City residents face water shortages, many are questioning the permits granted to over 60 companies to extract millions of liters a day.
‘Pipas’ and protests: Mexico City’s water theft problem
A combination of factors has left many residents of the capital with sporadic water supply, spiking demand — and profits for thieves tapping pipelines.
‘Pipas’ and protests: Mexico City’s water theft problem
A combination of factors has left many residents of the capital with sporadic water supply, spiking demand — and profits for thieves tapping pipelines.

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ARE WE APPROACHING DAY ZERO?

Valle de Bravo reservoir near Mexico City is at lowest level since 2016
Residents of the vacation destination say uncontrolled construction and Mexico City’s faulty water infrastructure are draining their lake.
Valle de Bravo reservoir near Mexico City is at lowest level since 2016
Residents of the vacation destination say uncontrolled construction and Mexico City’s faulty water infrastructure are draining their lake.

PHOTO OF THE DAY

A beautiful waterfall of Basaseachi in Chihuahua | Photo from @marcoscruzcaptura

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