World Water Day 2023 – Accelerating change to solve the water and sanitation crisis
Water distribution networks play a critical role in protecting the resource of drinking water. Drinking water is a scarce resource, and it is essential to protect it from contamination, pollution, and overuse. A safe and adequate water distribution network is designed to capture, treat, and distribute water from the source to the end-user, while minimizing the risk of contamination and waste. This is essential to protect public health and prevent the spread of waterborne diseases.
Well maintained water networks are also crucial for the sustainable use of the resource by ensuring that water is delivered efficiently and that losses are minimized. This is achieved through measures such as leak detection, pressure management, and water metering, which help to reduce the amount of water lost through leaks and unauthorized use. Finally, water networks are essential for ensuring that drinking water is accessible to all members of society. This includes safeguarding that water service is affordable and that households have access to safe and reliable water sources, regardless of their location or socio-economic status. In conclusion, water networks play a critical role in protecting the resource of drinking water. For us the water and sanitation crisis is a complex and multifaceted challenge that requires a collaborative effort from all stakeholders. We believe that an essential component of solving the water and sanitation issues is connected to functional water networks. Therefore, we are proud to be of service to local communities and state agencies during their efforts to construct new and/or to rehabilitate existing water networks.
Please follow the link for a selection of our projects in the field of water supply and wastewater networks.