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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Earlier this month, the Chamber passed the basic text of the bill that establishes a new legal framework for basic sanitation in Brazil, one of the greatest challenges facing the country.

At this time, nearly half of the Brazilian population has no access to the sewage network.

One of the project's main points, which is going to be put to a vote in the Senate in 2020, paves the way . . .

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