World Water Day is approaching and public water operators are joining this year's campaign on the value of water. Furthermore, the UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights to safe drinking water and sanitation and UN-Water has raised this question "what does water means to you?"
The Spanish public water operator PROMEDIO (Badajoz) was invited to present its public water management model for small agglomerations by the World Bank.
Under the name “SHAPE - (Sap S / 4 Hana Aqueduct Pugliese Evolution)” the public water operator of the Puglia region (Italy) is getting ready for the digital transformation of all their activities.
On 16 December, the public operator managing the sewage network of Barcelona and the Catalan Association of municipalities for public water management (AMAP) – both members of APE - organised the high-level conference on “Human right to water: risks and challenges for the future” to discuss the latest report of the United Nations.
On Friday 11 December, an energy efficiency project developed by the Brussels public water operator, VIVAQUA, received a Golden Publica Award, which rewards inspiring projects from the public sector.
On 30 November 2020, the SMART.MET consortium announced the two companies that have passed the selection procedure for Phase 3 of the pre-commercial procurement (PCP) that will involve the ‘development of a test series and field testing’ of innovative smart-metering solutions.
On 17 November 2020, Eau de Paris announced the winners of the second edition of its "Défis Innovation", or Innovation Challenges, a call for innovative solutions conducted in partnership with the Richelieu Committee.
On 28 October, HAMBURG WASSER, the public water operator of the city of Hamburg and surrounding municipalities in northern Germany presented its Climate strategic plan for 2025 and declared 'climate neutrality' as a top priority
EMASESA invites citizens to contribute to the development of the operator’s climate and drought strategic plans
On 22nd October, EMASESA presented its public consultation at the online conference‘United for Water. For a Green Change’ jointly organised with the Spanish association of public water operators, AEOPAS and the Spanish media group Joly.
Brussels public water operator VIVAQUA has developed a riothermal system to recover calories from wastewater which will save 40-60 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year.