Energie AG Oberösterreich Wasser GmbH
EVN Wasser GmbH
Wasserleitungsverband der Triestingtal- und Südbahngemeinden
The Water Works Association (WWA) supplies the municipalities in the Triesting valley and along the Southern Railway (Südbahn). The association comprises 29 incorporated municipalities, in which water supply is provided from the spring to the tap, i.e. to the final consumer. It is a public corporation with its headquarters in Bad Vöslau.The plenary session, the board and the chair are the institution of WWA.The members of the plenary session are the mayors of the incorporated municipalities.The board consists of eleven members. These are the chair, the deputy chair, and nine further members. They are elected by the plenary session. The chair is the association´s public representative.
The internal Management is subject to director and deputy director.
The WWA is completely self-sufficient and does not receive any subsidies whatever. No dividends accrue to the municipalities, profits remain with the association and are set up as reserve funds for future investments. All operating expenditures, amortization charges, loan repayment, the build-up of reserves, etc., are exclusively financed out of revenues. These arise from water bills, access charges and fees for water metres.
The association supplies a total of about 37.000 households with water, which corresponds to some 130.000 individuals.
Badnerstraße 88, A-2540 Bad Vöslau
CEO: Franz Gartner
Founding year: 1927
Member of IAWD since: 1994
Water distribution (m³/year): ~11.500.000
Wasserleitungsverband Nördliches Burgenland
Bosnia and Herzegovina
A.D. Vodovod i Kanalizacija Bijeljina
Sofiyska Voda JSC
Stadtwerke Passau GmbH
Zweckverband Bodensee - Wasserversorgung
Zweckverband Wasserversorgung Fränkischer Wirtschaftsraum
Szegedi Vízmű Zrt.
- 1840 launch of Szeged’s pipeline service
- 1887 start of Szeged’s water supply
- 1904 start of public-drinking water service
- 1949 Establishing the Szegedi water- and sewerage Company
- 1985 establishing current water production-capacity
- 1994 contract with Veolia’s predecessor
- 1998 handover of Szeged wastewater treatment plant-phase I/A (mechanical cleaning)
- 2003 start of ISPA investment(drainage, biological cleaning)
- 2008 end of ISPA investment
- 2013 operating licence
- 2016 project of drinking water quality improvement
- Szeged: Asset rental contract until 2024
- Algyő: concession until 2018 + 5 years
- local municipalities
Operated utility asset: EUR 145 million
- Drinking water service
- Sewege disposal and biological waste water treatment
- Rain water disposal
- Water utility-reconstruction
DATA OF 2017
Drinking water-number of connections: 31 358
Number of drainage-connections: 28 367
Amount of produced water: 11 753 504 m3
Drinking water sold: 8 558 646 m3
Disposed waste water: 18 655 610 m3
Length of water network: 689 km (Budapest- München)
Length of sewerage: 568 km (Budapest – Salzburg)
Length of open ditches: 247 km
- Independent corporate governance
- Application of professional aspects
- Politics-free management
- Investor’s support and strict control
- Exercising ownership rights via general assembly
- municipality negotiates with company through their professional staff and elected committies,mainly about development and reconstruction issues
88. Tisza Lajos krt., Szeged, 6720
CEO: Zoltán Istókovics
Founding year: 1949
Member of IAWD since: 2017
Water distribution (m³/year): ~12.622.440
Regionalni Vodovod Crnogorsko Primorje
Apaserv Satu Mare
Compania Apa Brasov SA
S.C. Apaserve Satu Mare S.A.
SC Apa Nova Bucuresti SA
SC AQUATIM SA
JKP Vodovod Beograd
PUC for water supply sewage Nis
Gemeinde St. Moritz - Wasserversorgung
Association for water protection and preservation in the South of Serbia (WASS)
Water Supply and Sewerage Association of Albania (SHUKALB)
Austrian Association for Gas and Water (OVGW)
Founded in 1881, OVGW has worked to promote the Austrian gas and water supply industries and associated sectors in all matters of scientific research, technology, business and legislation. OVGW is a non-profit organization based upon voluntary membership.
Of focal concern is state of the art, research and development in the drinking water sector are at the cutting edge of science and technology.
OVGW represents members' interest vis-à-vis public authorities, corporations and other institutions.
OVGW advises members in business and technical matters.
OVGW maintains a network with other professionals in the field, decision makers and public officials - both nationally and internationally.
OVGW compiles rules and guidelines for the Austrian water sector, setting the state of the art.
OVGW promotes and coordinates the sustainable and adequate supply of clean drinking water in Austria and protection of drinking water resources.
Furthermore, OVGW funds research projects, certifies products and professionals in the water sector, organizes trainings and conferences.
Schubertring 14, 1010 Vienna
0043 (1) 513 15 88 0
CEO: Michael Mock
Founding year: 1881
IAWD Member since: 2016
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Aquasan network in BiH
Bulgarian Water Association (BWA)
Water and Wastewater Association of Kosovo (SHUKOS)
Waterworks Association of Montenegro (UVCG)
Republic of Macedonia
Association of public service providers of Republic of Macedonia (ADKOM)
Romanian Water Association (ARA)
Association of Water Technology and Sanitary Engineering of Serbia (UTVSI)
E. Hawle Armaturenwerke GmbH
Siemens AG Österreich
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
Diehl Metering GesmbH
Diehl Metering companies have shaped the history of metering for more than 150 years. As a full-service provider, we offer our customers the complete process chain from measuring instruments to data management from a single source. The Vienna-based Diehl Metering GesmbH serves the markets in Austria, Eastern Europe as well as the so-called "stan" countries in Central Asia with Diehl Metering products and solutions. Furthermore, the company operates a test station for bulk water meters up to DN 1,000 mm in cooperation with the Vienna city authorities.
Hainburger Straße 33
Tel.: 01 716 70 22
CEO: Michael Hradecky
Founding year: 1993 as Elin Wasserwerkstechnik GmbH
Member of IAWD since: 1996
Hammerer System Messtechnik - Ingenieurberatung
Institute for Water Resources Planning "Jaroslav Cerni"