The pumps, built to pump water to customers’ homes and businesses, have been used to generate more than 5.5 million cubic meters of water since the project began, with a total capacity of 2.3 million cubic metres.
The pumps were installed in the city last year, but it has been a few months since construction began.
A city spokeswoman said the pumps have been running continuously since the start of the project and are used to meet the needs of residents in the area, which is a commercial hub in the country.
The pumps, which are about 50 meters long and 4 meters wide, can be seen in the picture above.
The pump bar is a vertical bar at the end of the pump, designed to hold the water and the concrete that is poured into it.
The bar is connected to the pumps by a hose.
The pump bar also holds water in a pipe that can be pumped at high speed to a nearby water treatment plant.
The city has installed about 1,000 pump bars to serve the city of 20,000 people, with the rest being provided by contractors.
The mayor, Fernando Guevara, said the city is committed to working with the government on the project.
“We have to do this to help the people, not just the companies,” he said.
“The pumps are the same as the ones we use in the past, but they are much bigger.”
Guevada said that the company has received some criticism for not having an environmental certificate, but he said the pump bars are used on a daily basis and are designed to meet all the conditions for the city.
He said the company is committed “to improving the water quality in the region” and will work to ensure that the water flows through the pump bar to the sewage treatment plant in the town of Mato Grosso, which serves about 3 million people.
Mato Guro, which sits between the city and the state of Tabasco, is a major port and agricultural area in the province.
Guevarra said the project will cost about $200,000, with some of the funds going to the local government, which has pledged to invest $100,000 into the project through the Baja Bandung Development Corporation.
He said the government has already allocated $30,000 toward the project as part of its ongoing environmental plan.
The government also plans to provide $15,000 to the Bajakis for environmental projects.
Guede said the new pumps are part of a wider initiative to make Mato Domingo more environmentally friendly.