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  • 30/03/2021

    Aqualia will manage the water supply to one of the main industrial complexes in Saudi Arabia

    Aqualia, through its Saudi Arabian subsidiary HAAISCO (Haji Abdullah Alireza & Co. Integrated Services Ltd), has just been selected to operate and maintain the desalination plant and the drinking water distribution system in the Jizan industrial area (Jizan City for Primary and Downstream Industries - JCPDI), in the so...

  • 25/01/2021

    Recognition of the asset management carried out by Aqualia, which generates value for all its stakeholders

    OSWS (Oman Sustainable Water Services SAOC) obtains AENOR ISO 55001 certification for asset management. The consortium, formed by Aqualia and the company Majis, manages the water infrastructures of the harbour of Sohar (Oman)

  • 18/01/2021

    A campaign by Aqualia, awarded for its recognition of professionals who have worked in the water sector during the pandemic

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    Aqualia has won the European Excellence Awards (EEA) for its communication campaign "Who is behind the water we use at home?”

  • 14/12/2020

    Aqualia and Caritas, this Christmas, closer than ever

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    Caritas and Aqualia have shared for years the a commitment to protect the most vulnerable. This year, with the health crisis we are suffering, Aqualia joins Caritas, collaborating with the social emergency fund that aims to alleviate the devastating effect of the coronavirus, both health, social and economic, helping 2...

  • 22/10/2020

    Premiere of Brave Blue World, the documentary that presents the more sustainable future of water

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    The All-gas project, led by Aqualia and carried out at the El Torno wastewater treatment plant in Chiclana de la Frontera (Cadiz), is one of the 12 innovative proposals included in this work, which is available to an audience of 193 million people worldwide

  • 01/07/2020

    Aqualia completes its presence in Mexico with the acquisition of EMSA, the operator of the Waste Water Treatment Plant in Cuernavaca, capital of the Morelos State

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    Aqualia has completed the acquisition of the Mexican company EMSA (Ecosistemas de Morelos) in an operation that will provide the company with an estimated portfolio of 28 million euros over the next 10 years.

  • 20/03/2020

    The strength of urban water systems in the face of the challenge of climate change

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    World Water Day 2020 invites us to reflect on climate change and its direct relation to water management. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) number 13 and 6 of the United Nations - "Climate Action" and "Clean Water and Sanitation" - call on society as a whole to join forces, promote alliances (SDG 17 Public-Privat...

  • 04/03/2020

    Public-private collaboration and technological efficiency, keys to facing water scarcity in Egypt

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    Aqualia has participated in the 4th edition of the International Water Desalination Conference, celebrated in Cairo, Egypt In this congress the most important actors of the Middle East in general have gathered, and from Egypt in particular, to approach the challenge of water supply in this arid region The New Cairo's t...

  • 31/01/2020

    Aqualia strengthens its position in Saudi Arabia with the acquisition of a majority stake in a desalination plant in Jeddah

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    Aqualia acaba de adquirir el 51% de la sociedad de proyecto (SPV por sus siglas en inglés) Qatarat Saqia Desalination Company Ltd (en adelante, Qatarat), al grupo saudí Haji Abdullah Ali Reza and Co Ltd (HAACO). Qatarat gestiona la desaladora del aeropuerto internacional King Abdulaziz de Jeddah, en la costa del Mar Ro...

  • 21/10/2019

    Aqualia's website receives more than 1.7 million visits so far this year

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    www.aqualia.com se consolida como uno de los principales canales de contacto de los ciudadanos con la compañía

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