He said the Public-Private Partnership Authority board approved the bidding process for 1) the "construction, modernization and maintenance" of the island's turnpike system; 2) construction in Penuelas of a power plant fueled by liquified natural gas; 3) improvements of facilities and passenger services at Luis Munoz Marin International Airport; and 4) the installation of new water metering technology at the Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority.
What does PRASA stand for?
PRASA stands for Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority
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- Patient-Rated Anxiety Scale
- Performance Results Aggregation System (Telcordia)
- Plan Régional d'Affectation du Sol (Belgium)
- Planning, Reporting and Accountability Structure (Canada)
- Pre-Reduced Anaerobically Sterilized
- Product Rights and Availability System (Sybase)
- Programme Régional d'Aménagement de Sécurité (French: Regional Security Development Program)
- Public Release Approval System (US Army)
- Pattern Recognition Association of South Africa (International Association for Pattern Recognition)
- Puerto Rico Advertising Specialty Association
- Philanthropic Relief, Altruistic Service and Development (Hurleyville, NY)
- Practice, Research and Advancement in South Asian Design and Architecture (UK)
- Power Reliability and Security Council
- Personnel Research Activity, San Diego
- Programa de Recuperação de Áreas e Sectores Deprimidos (Portugal)
- Preferences Regarding Aviation Services and Equipment (survey by Professional Pilot magazine)
- Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group (UK)
- Passenger Revenue per Available Seat Mile
- PalmOS Rocket Altitude Simulation Program
- Permissive Recruiter Assistance Support Program (US Marine Corps)
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The Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority (PRASA) has agreed to plead guilty to an indictment charging 15 felony counts of violating the federal Clean Water Act (CWA) through the illegal discharge of pollutants from nine sanitary wastewater treatment plants and five drinking water treatment plants, according to the Justice Department and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).