The government is dispatching the armed forces and equipment to repair roads and bridges destroyed by torrential rains.
Early government estimates indicate reconstruction will cost US$333mn, a figure that is likely to be revised upwards.
Rio Grande do Sul's Corsan tells BNamericas it will seek a private sector firm to provide services in nine municipalities.
Country's development bank draws up shortlist of parties that can compete for consultancy contracts.
Move by SISS follows the suspension of potable water services in the town of Chañaral last November.
The Brazilian water utility is seeking a contractor to expand the São Miguel sewer system in the metropolitan region of São Paulo.
The investment is part of Bolivia's Mi Riego program and is designed to benefit about 30,000 families in five departments.
Mexico's state oil firm and national water commission close to signing deal to help protect ground and surface water in the municipality, home to a refinery and other industrial facilities.
National water authority Conagua has implemented various initiatives to provide technical and administrative training to officials at municipal water operators to improve their management capacity.
Rainfall in January in Brazil's largest city was the fourth most for the month in over seven decades.