WaCCliM works with multiple national and international partners to address greenhouse gas emissions and climate resilience in water and wastewater utilities

1. Miyahuna

Miyahuna LLC Water Company, Jordan

Miyahuna Water Company is a limited liability national company. It operates under a mandate agreement with the Water Authority of Jordan. It started its operations from the beginning of 2007 and is responsible for the management of water and sewage services in the Capital.

Ministry of Water and Irrigation, Jordan

The Ministry of Water and Irrigation (MWI) is the official body in Jordan that is responsible for the overall monitoring of the water sector, water supply and wastewater system and the related projects, planning and management, the formulation of national water strategies and policies, research and development, information systems and procurement of financial resources. Its role also includes the provision of centralized water-related data, standardization and consolidation of data.

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Water Authority of Jordan

Established in 1983, the Water Authority of Jordan (WAJ) provides all of its service recipients in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan with drinking water according to Jordanian quality standards at optimized cost, manage available water resources efficiently, protect them from pollution, distribute water fairly, provide sanitation services, re-use treated water effectively in accordance with approved specifications, while keeping focus on gaining the trust of our customers and employees to achieve our role in the continuing growth.

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SAPAF

SAPAF (Sistema de Agua Potable y Alcantarillado de San Francisco) is responsible for drinking water services and sewage collection of San Francisco del Rincón, in the state of Guanajuato.

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4. SITRATA

SITRATA

SITRATA (Servicio de Tratamiento y Deposición de Aguas Residuales) is constituted as a public, decentralized, intermunicipal entity with legal personality and own property, to indirectly provide the wastewater treatment and disposal services to the municipalities of San Francisco del Rincón and Purísima del Rincón, both in the state of Guanajuato.

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CONAGUA

Mexico’s national water authority CONAGUA is responsible for managing and protecting the country’s water resources in order to ensure their sustainable use. CONAGUA’s objectives include promoting an integrated and sustainable water management in basins and aquifers; improving technical, administrative and financial development of the water sector; consolidating users and communities’ participation in the use of water, and promoting that it has a proper use. It is also focused on evaluating the climate change effects in the water cycle.

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Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources, Mexico

The Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources (Secretaría del Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, SEMARNAT) is Mexico’s environment ministry. The Secretariat is charged with the mission of protecting, restoring, and conserving the ecosystems, natural resources, assets and environmental services of Mexico with the goal of fostering sustainable development.

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SEDACUSCO

EPS SEDACUSCO S.A is a municipal property company, which provides basic sanitation services with international quality standards to contribute to the improvement life quality of the population and the care of the environment. Through the continuous improvement of their processes and the permanent training of the personne, SEDACUSCO continuously increases the quality and coverage of their service.

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Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation, Peru

The Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation (Ministerio de Vivienda, Construcción y Saneamiento, MVCS) is responsible for designing, regulating, promoting, supervising, evaluating and implementing the sector policy, contributing to the country’s competitiveness and sustainable territorial development, preferably to the benefit of the poorest population groups.

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