ASADAS (Administrating Associations of Sewers and Aqueducts) work under a delegation agreement given by the Costa Rican Institute of Aqueduct and Sewer (AyA); They function as non-profit organizations under the legal framework of the Associations Law 218.
Surfside’s aqueduct was built for supplying water to the community of Surfside, a residential located in Playa Potrero, Santa Cruz Guanacaste, established in 1974, officially becoming an ASADA in November 2010.
MISSION: Ensuring access to drinking water and sanitation in a committed and responsible manner with health, water resource sustainability and sustainable community development.
VISION: Being an authorized operator, that stands out for its good service, effectiveness, efficiency and compliance with the legal and operational requirements demanded by the governing body.
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SHUT OFFS DUE TO NON-PAYMENT:
- 17 th of each month (excepting fridays, holidays, a day before holiday and weekends).
RECONNECTION COST: ₡10 220 (VAT included).
METER COST: ₡138 798 (VAT included)
Due to official letter number GSD-UEN-GAR-2022-00202, of January 19th 2022, from the Regional Office of Communal Aqueducts of AyA, Chorotega Region, UEN Management of Rural Aqueducts, Surfside’s ASADA is not issuing water letters or hydric capacity letters, due to the fact that Surfside’s Aqueduct does not have the conditions to meet the maximum development of growth, since there are no technical and legal feasibility conditions according to article 7 subsections: 12, 20, 21, 49 and 129, articles 8, 9, 10 and 14 of the current Services Provision Regulation; Until the construction and/or installation of a storage tank of 500 000 liters for the system is carried out.
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