We make sure that your local inhabitants are never forced to sit in a half-empty bath
REMONDIS Aqua is a strong and competent partner when it comes to municipal water management systems. Our decades of experience, our innovative technologies and our efficient business management and technical systems all ensure that we are able to carry out our work to the complete satisfaction of our customers. In Germany as well as in other parts of the world.
We operate state-of-the-art waterworks to ensure our customers have access to a reliable supply of clean water at all times
Each city and district has their own particular framework conditions and requirements when it comes to supplying water and processing drinking water. Why not contact us? We can draw up a bespoke concept with you which will not only be cost-effective but will also take the needs of future generations into account. more
Decreasing water consumption in Germany - per person per day from 1990 to 2011 (source: BDEW)
Demographic change in Germany is creating new challenges which we and future generations must overcome. It is also having an effect on drinking water systems. Together with their customers, REMONDIS Aqua develops suitable solutions to combat this problem.
Different countries, different conditions: each country has to face their own specific challenges which are influenced greatly by climatic conditions, population growth and the availability of clean drinking water. REMONDIS Aqua will always find a suitable solution.
Annual per capita water consumption (the figures given include directly consumed water as well as virtual water used in food and other products) (source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO): AQUASTAT; United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO): The United Nations World Water Development Report 1 (2003), The United Nations World Water Development Report 3 (2009); Water Footprint Network: www.waterfootprint.org; Bundesverband der Energie- und Wasserwirtschaft e.V. (BDEW): www.bdew.de)
Annual per capita water consumption (all sectors), in cubic metres (m3), as of: 2010
D = Germany
PL = Poland
NL = Netherlands
TR = Turkey
IND = India
UK = United Kingdom