aqualia in Spain
The presence of aqualia throughout Spain demonstrates the ability of the company to adapt to different social and technical realities.
In Spain, aqualia provides services to more than 850 municipal councils.
Notable examples of its management and provision of potable water and sanitation services include:
- Alcalá de Henares. Aguas de Alcalá has provided services to this district of Madrid (population of more than 200,000) since July 2004.
- Almería. Management of the whole water cycle, supplying water to more than 170,000 people.
- The Canary Islands. The leading private operator, supplying water to more than 350,000 people across the archipelago.
- Ávila. Integral water cycle management since 1988, supplying water to a population of close to 50,000. Contract with the municipal council to provide services until 2015 with investment of €2M.
- Badajoz. The construction and operation integral water management infrastructure for 40 years.
- Jaén. Integral water cycle management since 1997.
- Lleida. Integral water cycle management for more than 130,000 people.
- Madrid. Treatment of waste water of 1,500,000 inhabitants.
- Oviedo. Integral water cycle management since 1996 for 50 years to more than 210,000 people.
- Puerto de la Cruz (Tenerife). Integral water cycle management. In total, aqualia provides water to more than 140,000 inhabitants on the islands.
- Santander. aqualia has managed the water cycle in Santander since 1 April 2006, providing services to a population of 183,955.
- Salamanca. Water supplies, drainage and treatment for more than 200,000 people.
- Vigo. aqualia has provided integral water cycle management services in Vigo since 1991. Its distribution network consists of 1,027km of pipes, and supplies more than 300,000 people.