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Image Valuing our Water Services - infographic Popular

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Image Valuing our Water Services - infographic Popular

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Image Valuing our Water Services - infographic Popular

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Image Valuing our Water Services - infographic Popular

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Image Valuing our Water Services - infographic Popular

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Image Financing investments Popular

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Image Energy Popular

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Image Waste Water Popular

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Image Drinking Water Popular

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Image Overview Drinking Water Popular

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pdf Europe's Water in Figures 2021 Popular

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Europe's Water in Figures 2021

From morning until night and even while we sleep, our water operators are working 24 hours a day, and seven days a week, to deliver sustainable services that keep each of us safe and healthy.

The complex processes that we put in place to meet the challenges of delivering these services are adapted to their specific local circumstances. They depend on factors such as population density, the type and available quantity of water resources, required treatment levels, local topography and many other elements. Additional factors influencing prices, costs and asset values include the scope of the service, salary levels, taxes and the facility running costs.

We believe that our survey is the most comprehensive currently available. It includes national technical, economic and managerial data ranging from population connection rates to drinking water production to waste water treatment levels to prices and governance. The results testify to the diversity of the sector. They also show some of the immediate challenges our sector is facing, particularly regarding investment needs.

We trust you will find the information contained in this report useful.

pdf The Governance of Water Services in Europe - 2020 edition Popular

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The Governance of Water Services in Europe - 2020 edition

Water services are essential services. They support the sustainable development of our societies and are fundamental to realising the ambition of the EU Green Deal and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, but little is known about them. This is because the infrastructure is mainly underground, accessible only to a few service engineers and also because it is sometimes situated far from urban areas and protected for obvious security reasons. But also because water services’ organisation differs from country to country due to history, cultural heritage and national or local traditions which result in specific regulatory frameworks.

Our report brings clarity and simplifies the governance of water services in Europe, and our report provides a snapshot of the current situation in the 29 EurEau member countries. It illustrates the diversity of management models, organisational structures, tasks and responsibilities of the players involved at the different levels of governance (EU, national, regional or local).

pdf Innovating for a greener future: European water service priorities Popular

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Innovating for a greener future: European water service priorities

Our world is changing rapidly and so are water services. Innovation is key to guaranteeing the affordability of safe, sustainable and resilient water services for the decades to come. Water service providers are well aware of the challenges and have identified a number of technological and non-technological areas requiring particular innovation efforts with a view to meeting the goals of the European Green Deal. 

The research needs are laid out in this report and should help policy makers in designing research and innovation programmes in a way that responds to the real needs of drinking water and waste water operators.

pdf Deloitte EurEau Report - Extended Producer Responsibility - Modules 1-2-3 Popular

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Deloitte EurEau Report - Extended Producer Responsibility - Modules 1-2-3

EurEau commissioned a study to assess the potential applicability and relevance of extended producer responsibility (EPR) in order to develop clear policy guidance to address emissions of micropollutants and microplastics from products. A key finding of the study confirms that control-at-source measures should be the starting point of mitigation measures.

pdf Deloitte EurEau Report - Extended Producer Responsibility - Module 3 Popular

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Deloitte EurEau Report - Extended Producer Responsibility - Module 3

EurEau commissioned a study to assess the potential applicability and relevance of extended producer responsibility (EPR) in order to develop clear policy guidance to address emissions of micropollutants and microplastics from products. A key finding of the study confirms that control-at-source measures should be the starting point of mitigation measures.

pdf Deloitte EurEau Report - Extended Producer Responsibility - Module 2 Popular

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Deloitte EurEau Report - Extended Producer Responsibility - Module 2

EurEau commissioned a study to assess the potential applicability and relevance of extended producer responsibility (EPR) in order to develop clear policy guidance to address emissions of micropollutants and microplastics from products. A key finding of the study confirms that control-at-source measures should be the starting point of mitigation measures.

pdf Deloitte EurEau Report - Extended Producer Responsibility - Module 1 Popular

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Deloitte EurEau Report - Extended Producer Responsibility - Module 1

EurEau commissioned a study to assess the potential applicability and relevance of extended producer responsibility (EPR) in order to develop clear policy guidance to address emissions of micropollutants and microplastics from products. A key finding of the study confirms that control-at-source measures should be the starting point of mitigation measures.

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