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.
On 11 December 2021, Jaime Morell, Secretary-General of AEOPAS (Spain) and member of Aqua Publica Europea Board, spoke at the Brazilian "National Meeting on Human Rights to Water and Sanitation (ENDHAS)," organised by the local organisation National Observatory for the Rights to Water and Sanitation.
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.
On 14 May, the Spanish association of public water operators, AEOPAS, launched its 'Manual for the Remunicipalisation of Water Services', meant as a comprehensive practical guide to support the municipalities that strive to bring their water services back into the public domain, following a period of privatisation. Based on expert
On 22 March, the members of Aqua Publica Europea celebrated World Water Day through a range of different activities to raise awareness on water and on its sustainable use. SAL organised the final round of its water championship 'Acque e Vinci' for primary school students For the sixth time, primary
This summer, AEOPAS (Spain) launched its campaign to raise awareness on the issue of wet wipes being flushed down toilets, with a playful comparison of their ubiquity to an ‘invasion’. This issue is highly topical as wet wipes and other non-flushable materials are being disposed of improperly and thus accumulate
AEOPAS, the Spanish association of public water operators, has called for a revision of the Spanish legal framework on water In 2010, the United Nations General Assembly recognised access to drinking water and sanitation as a fundamental human right in its resolution A/RES/64/292. In 2013, the European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI)