Tijuana State Public Services Commission (Comisión Estatal de Servicios Públicos de Tijuana) (Mexico)
Decree: In the government of Ing. Raúl Sánchez Díaz M., The V Constitutional Legislature of the State of Baja California, issues Decree No. 44 through which the State Commission of Public Services of Tijuana is created.
Legal Personality: It is a decentralized public body, with legal personality and its own assets.
CESPT Function: Provide the supply of Potable Water and Sanitary Sewer to the cities of Tijuana and Playas de Rosarito, as well as the sanitation of wastewater to avoid pollution in the sea.
General Objectives of CESPT
- Satisfy current and future drinking water needs in quantity
- Optimize the collection, storage and use of wastewater to avoid pollution and use them as sources of water supply.
Economic, Social and Service Objectives
- Have financial resources to meet the needs of Water and Sanitary Sewer
- Optimize the collection, storage and use of water.
- Strengthen the hydraulic infrastructure of the city.
Structure and Organization
- Administration : it is managed by a Board of Directors, composed of 8 members
1. Governor of the State or its Representative
2. Secretary of Infrastructure and Urban Development of the State
3. Secretary of Planning and Finance of the State
4. Municipal President of Tijuana
5. Municipal President of Playas de Rosarito
6. Two Representatives of the Private Initiative and a Citizen Representative.
The Board of Directors appoints a Director General who is represented by the Agency.
Role of the Board of Directors: approve the annual program and budget of Expenses and Balance, before being submitted to the State Congress for final approval; authorize and follow up on some programs and projects of CESPT
Guarantee the supply of water and sanitation, providing an excellent service, with honesty and social responsibility, contributing with this to improve the quality of life of the inhabitants.
- They are a world-class drinking water and sanitation service body.
- Their staff is committed, highly trained and has a service vocation.
- They use the most advanced systems and high-tech equipment.
- They promote the rational use and recycling of water in the region, to guarantee the 100% supply of the inhabitants.
- They use and develop new sources of supply.
- They carry out their activities and procedures with honesty and transparency.
- Service quality
- Social responsibility
- Training - continuous improvement
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