A national computer system will be created to inform citizens about the quality of drinking water in Andorra

The Government of Andorra has begun to develop a national information system dedicated to the quality of drinking water. The system is called SINACH. It provides for the creation of a unified IT support system for all administrative resources that control the quality of drinking water in Andorra (Pyrenees) .

The results of the monitoring from its origin to distribution to consumers during processing will be tracked.
This work is assigned to the company SEIS Andorra. The project cost is 216,000 euros.

Execution time – 17 months.

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