In our Summer 2022 newsletter, we welcome our new member the public water operator of Warsaw joined Aqua Publica as a new member, you will find the summary report from the public conference on water scarcity and drought, the last updates on Water Erasmus exchanges and our last contributions to the policy debate.
More than 100 persons attended – in person or from remote - the seminar “WATER SCARCITY AND DROUGHT: from crisis management to long term adaptation”, which was held in Seville on 5 July.
Considering the relations between water and energy and the potential of public water and wastewater operators to play a key role in this transition, Aqua Publica Europea highlights some key elements for consideration in the discussions related to the Fit-for-55 proposals.
Aqua Publica Europea has held exchanges with the Ukrainian Association of Water Supply and Sewerage Enterprises to better understand their needs and try to provide some support. Several members of Aqua Publica Europea are then providing both humanitarian aid and technical support
WORLD WATER DAY 2022: Continued access to essential water and sanitation services must be ensured in Ukraine
On the occasion of World Water Day 2022, the Management Board of Aqua Publica Europea, the European Association of Public Water Operators, stresses the critical importance of continued access to water and sanitation services as basic human rights and calls for water facilities to be shielded from the conflict unfolding in Ukraine.
Aqua Publica Europea welcomes as a new member the Italian water operator of the Lecco Province (North of Italy), Lario Reti Holding.
Aqua Publica Europea, the European Association of Public Water Operators, representing 66 publicly-owned water and sanitation utilities serving about 80 million people across 13 European countries, welcomes the opportunity to share its views on the EU Bathing Water Directive 2006/7/EC as part of the European Commission's public consultation
In our Winter 2021 newsletter, you will find the report from our success event "Back to the Nature", the renewal of our Management Board, our participation in one of the biggest EU-funded project's on freshwater restoration, the closing conference of the SMART MET research project and much more!
Innovative solutions for water meters presented on occasion of the final conference of the SMART MET research project
On 14 December, more than 100 people attended the final conference of the Horizon2020-funded research project SMART.MET to learn more about the innovative technological solutions in the field of smart water metering that were developed and tested on the field during the 5-years project.