Argentina: Maintenance continues at the Casa de Piedra dam
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Source: pampadiario.com 08/29/2019
Since August, maintenance has been carried out at the Casa de Piedra Reservoir Dam, part of the hydroelectric plant of the same name, with reconditioning of the dam’s rip rap.
The work will take about three months and will require an investment of about 40 million pesos.
The decision was taken because within the control work that is carried out is the monitoring of the protection of the dam’s rip rap, it was determined that there are areas in need of maintenance.
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