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Sachsen Wasser with their international and local partners have been awarded an Accompanying Measures Project funded by KfW and SECO on behalf of the regional water company Hidrodrini in Peja in Western Kosovo.
Sachsen Wasser was contracted to prepare a comprehensive feasibility study (FS), to provide an overview of the “JP Komunalno Brcko” procedures and technical, operational, environmental, social, and financial performance, to determine define the basis for the company's restructuring objectives within the loan document.
The project aims at improving the water supply situation in Tuzla and Zenica. Based on the current condition, two main areas of focus have been identified and are addressed as individual components within the same Project.
The German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry Philippine (AHK) contracted Sachsen Wasser (SaWa) as technical expert to develop and guide two Capacity Building Workshops on wastewater management technology and water efficiency measures in the Philippines, on January 2018 with more than 80 participants.
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The National Water and Waste Water Engineering Company targets to strenghten the decentralised waste water management in Iran, based on the pollution of the existent water sources in rural areas. Therefore, the Tehran Sewage Company has seen assigned to manage the construction and commissioning of a demonstration site for 12 decentralised waste water treatment plants, each working under different treatment technology.
Bolivia. Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Tarija, Yacuiba, Bermejo and Oruro. Program for sustainable drinking water supply and sanitation in peri-urban areas (PERIGUA II)
PERIAGUA II, financed by Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), started in July 2016 and is linked to theprevious program PERIAGUA I where SaWa already participated. Until June 2019 the project continues and intensifies the work in the existing subject areas (sub-urban areas of Santa Cruz and Tarija) as well as to expand to other cities (Yacuiba, Bermejo, and Oruro).
Phillippines. Manila. Sustainable sewerage solutions and development of sanitation strategy, Workshop
The SaWa experts assisted and and advisedduring the preparation and realisation of the "Sustainable waste water workshop", realised in Metro Manilaunder the participation of more than 40 national and international stakeholders. The input as technical support, moderation as well as facilitation of the workshop was oriented within the session B that covers the municipal waste water mangement and swerage solutions.
SaWa elaborates a Feasibility Study for Brcko district and the komunalno water utility, which provide not only water and sanitation services to the inhabitants but also is responsible for energy supply and waste management in the District. The Kick-off meeting was celebrated on March 14 in the City Hall under the presence of representatives from the district and service company as well as the project manager and advisor from the EBRD from London, Belgrad and Sarajevo..
SaWa elaborates a Feasibility Study for Brcko district and the komunalno water utility, which provide not only water and sanitation services to the inhabitants but also is responsible for energy supply and waste management in the District. The Kick-off meeting was celebrated on March 14 in the City Hall under the presence of representatives from the district and service company as well as the project manager and advisor from the EBRD from London, Belgrad and Sarajevo.