National Water & Sewerage Corporation / Kampala (Uganda)


Deployment of the HpO® Artificial Intelligence system to improve the efficiency of the Kampala water supply network



National Water & Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) is the public entity responsible for water services in over 250 municipalities in Uganda. The project covers the capital city of Kampala, which is operated by a sub-entity of NWSC, Kampala Water.
The drinking water network under the study consists of several thousand kilometers of pipes. The ageing of the networks, which were first laid in 1930, is affecting the performance of the drinking water supply.
The rate of unbilled water (NRW) is 40%. The share due to leakage is estimated at over 20%, or 75,000 m³ lost per day. Kampala Water repairs 4000 leaks per month, with no significant improvement. These are only visible or easily identifiable leaks.
The rational and targeted renewal of the network is thus a major challenge for Kampala Water. Altereo has therefore proposed an expert approach to network asset management based on its patented and award-winning HpO® artificial intelligence technology.
The project is funded by the French Ministry of Economy & Finance through the FASEP scheme.


Project overview

The project lasts 18 months and is divided in 2 main missions:

  • Mission A : Understanding and data improvement
    An essential step with the deployment of the HpO Collect® mobile application for field agents.
  • Mission B : Optimised network renewal programme
    Valuation of network failure data by HpO® artificial intelligence to predict the future risk of failure and to target and optimise leakage detection and network replacement.


Description of the mission

Mission A : Understanding & Data improvement (1 year)

Phase 1 : Understanding the context and the organisation (6 months)

The project starts by understanding the context of NWSC/Kampala Water in terms of existing practices, processes, skills, IT tools and data:

  • Understanding focused on the asset management and leakage control team
  • Familiarity with the leak detection and repair unit
  • Analysis of existing software, in particular the Geographic Information System (GIS)
  • Audit of existing data and measurement of discrepancies with the prerequisites for the implementation of HpO® AI

Phase 2 : Improvement of data describing networks and anomalies (6 months)

Existing knowledge about the network and its failures needs to be strengthened before any analysis can be made. It is necessary to have complete knowledge on two aspects:

  • Pipes (diameter, length, materials, installation or laying date)
  • Failures (date, location, type of anomaly, reason)

Data improvement work is done in collaboration with Kampala Water at 3 levels:

1. Field surveys and investigations to recover missing information

2. Deployment of the mobile application HpO® Collect

HpO® Collect has been specially designed to ease the collection of relevant data at the time of leak repair.
In less than a minute, HpO® Collect enables the field agent to collect data about the failures of mains, service connections and fixtures: GPS location, material, diameter, type of leak, cause, photos, etc.
The data capitalised by HpO® Collect is stored in a secure database which will be used for visualisation and simplified analysis.
The richer the history of failures, the better the asset is known and the more it will be possible to optimise the replacement strategy. Once a sufficient amount of failures has been collected, Altereo will be able to implement the rest of the HpO® approach, including the use of artificial intelligence to predict the risk of failures in the future.

3. Deployment of the HpO® Citizen mobile application to the population

Altereo also plans to deploy a public application that will allow the population to instantly report to Kampala Water any leaks visible on the public domain.

4. Support for updating the missing networks in the GIS

The mapping of the pipes in the geographic information system is not exhaustive. Only 3,000 km of pipes have been digitalised to date. Altereo will identify the sectors where the networks are not digitised in the GIS. Altereo will then oversee Kampala Water’s teams to survey the networks in the field and complete the GIS. This process will be continued over time by Kampala Water.

Mission B : Change management and asset replacement programme

Phase 1 : Implementation of a renewal programme on the Kampala network

During the second year of the project, after having upgraded the descriptive data of the drinking water network and built up a exploitable stock of failures, Altereo will be able to implement the rest of the HpO® approach, including the use of artificial intelligence to calculate the risk of failure in the future.

The benefits of this innovative approach are:

  • Optimising leakage search and detection
  • Targeting the pipes to be replaced as a priority
  • Drastically increasing the efficiency of the renewal budget

Kampala Water will therefore be able to significantly optimise its operations and investment programmes based on the results provided by HpO®. These results will be able to be articulated with pipeline replacement projects for which financing has already been secured from the AFD (French Development Bank).

Phase 2 : Capacity building and sustainability of skills

In parallel with the renewal programme, Altereo, in partnership with Watura, will provide Kampala Water and NSWC with an e-learning platform that will enable them to follow the training sessions. The training & capacity building programme in English will include the principles of asset management and water system performance, the importance of the key phases of the project and the use of the HpO® module interfaces left at Kampala Water.


Communauté d’Agglomération du Cotentin


Training Program for local water utility managers on water network performance and asset management

A 100% capacity building mission by definition

Water supply network asset management training session
Sewer network asset management training session



The Reunion Water Office is a local public institution of an administrative nature, attached to the Department of Reunion Island. Playing somewhat the role of the existing water agencies in mainland France, it is in charge of facilitating the various actions of common interest in the field of water and aquatic environment management.



The objective of these training sessions was to give Reunion Island water utility managers a complete vision of the issues and technical solutions within their reach to improve performances and implement real asset management strategies.
Above all, it was a question of giving them the keys to engage in a process of continuous improvement to master asset knowledge up to the optimisation of its replacement in order to achieve high levels of technical and economic performance of their drinking water services.


Training Program La Réunion


Training Program for local water utility managers on water network performance and asset management

A 100% capacity building mission by definition

Water supply network asset management training session
Sewer network asset management training session



The Reunion Water Office is a local public institution of an administrative nature, attached to the Department of Reunion Island. Playing somewhat the role of the existing water agencies in mainland France, it is in charge of facilitating the various actions of common interest in the field of water and aquatic environment management.



The objective of these training sessions was to give Reunion Island water utility managers a complete vision of the issues and technical solutions within their reach to improve performances and implement real asset management strategies.
Above all, it was a question of giving them the keys to engage in a process of continuous improvement to master asset knowledge up to the optimisation of its replacement in order to achieve high levels of technical and economic performance of their drinking water services.


Orléans Métropole


State of assets and preparation of a drinking water master plan

Preparation of the WSP, the master plan and the intermunicipal plan for External Defense against Fire Hazards

1500 km of networks
82,300 consumer meters
30 catchment areas
20 facilities for water treatment
6 land-level or semi-buried reservoirs
32 water towers


Loiret Departmental Council


Revising the departmental plans for drinking water supply

Asset analysis and development perspectives
Design of a water network GIS database at the departmental scale
Water network mapping

11,000 km of networks


State of Seine Saint Denis


Reforging the sewer network GIS




Amélioration de la qualité et de la quantité des données du dispositif SISPEA

Assistance aux collectivités pour le renseignement du Système d’Information des Services Publics d’Eau et Assainissement

Intervention sur 11 départements à ce jour


CD de la Meuse


Mise à jour de l’inventaire des canalisations d’eau potable du département

Actualisation des données AEP annuelles sous SIG

235 unités distributrices
3 420 km de réseau
339 forages et captages
477 réservoirs
306 stations de pompage


Maine & Loire Departmental Council


Departmental master plan for the North-West sector of Maine & Loire

Interviews of the 20 utilities and state services
Network diagnosis and future project identification
Quantitative and qualitative assessment of the current and future situations
Infrastructure development proposals

171 towns
3,460 km of networks


Commune de Gramat


Water Safety Plan

1 production unit (physicochemical treatment plant)
2766 m³ of treated water storage (4 reservoirs and 2 recovery tanks)
102.5km of networks


SIAEP des Terres Blanches


Water Safety Plan

5 production units (solely for disinfection)
13 recovery or pressure booster stations
5,200 m³ of storage (16 reservoirs, including 3 water towers)
617 km of non-connected network




Asset Audit and Drinking Water Master Plan with WSP Component

Inventory, situation analysis, development and master plan, modeling software and capacity building of personnel

980 km of networks
29 reservoirs




Étude de faisabilité pour la création d’un Syndicat Interdépartemental aux compétences Eau et Assainissement

Création de questionnaires et collecte d’informations auprès des collectivités adhérentes et non adhérentes
Analyse multifactorielle et proposition de scénarii

98 collectivités adhérentes
Plus de 700 000 habitants


Nantes Métropole


Mise en œuvre d’un système expert d’analyse et d’aide à la gestion patrimoniale de réseaux d’assainissement

Création d’un système d’aide à la gestion patrimoniale
Formation au logiciel

1 jour de formation


Communauté de Communes de Zou (Benin)


Study for the Preparation of a Global Strategy for Water Sector Management and Climate Change Adaption in the Department of Zou

Climate Change



The department of Zou was settled following the drainage of the Ouémé River and one of its tributaries and is therefore regularly impacted due to flooding and water runoff. The outcome of this has been:

  • Damage to public and private infrastructure to varying degrees
  • Material losses as well as the loss of human lives

Altereo was selected to carry out a study at the scale of the 9 communes making up the departmental territory of the Communauté de Communues du Zou (CCZ) with the objective of addressing the issues of stormwater and river flooding and other related consequences in the context of changing climate patterns for an overall management strategy.

The human component was a priority for this project having the goal of protecting all concerned individuals against the risks of runoff and floods while at the same time protecting their economic activities and the structures.


Project Description

Given the scale and complexity of the project, an iterative approach was required bringing together:

  • The elected officials of Zou (CCZ)
  • Representatives of the State
  • General Directorate for Sanitation
  • General Directorate for Water (DG Eau)
  • Delegation for Territorial Development (DAT)

The study comprised of the following phases:

  • Diagnosis of the catchment of the Zou
  • Mapping the existing structures
  • Compendium of agricultural practices
  • Preparation of a Prioritized Program of Action per sector
  • Quantification of the Program of Action

Centre for the Development of Enterprise (Brussels)

2006 then 2020

Training Program for SMEs of the Public Works sector: Maintenance of Water Networks (countries: Djibouti, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Senegal, Botswana, Zambia)

A 100% capacity building mission focused on water utilities and local SMEs capacity building to offer subcontracting and develop business in the sector



CDE is an ACP/EU joint institution created in the framework of the Cotonou Agreement. It’s financial resources mainly come from the European Development Fund (EDF). Its objective is to ensure the development of professional ACP enterprises operating in the private sector. CDE operates complementarily with the European Commission, the Secretariat of the ACP Group of States and the European Investment Bank in the framework of support to the private sector.


Project Description

This program helped 50 SMEs of the public works and hydraulics sector in the target areas. It aimed to help them acquire skills and technologies for the maintenance of water networks, and plan their development in this new business area. The project itself consisted of 5 phases:

  • Analysis of the operators and identification of SMEs concerned by the program
  • Technical diagnosis of water supply facilities and network operation
  • Development of the training modules
  • Strengthening of the SME’s abilities
  • Support for the establishment of the business plans in order to acquire the technologies of maintenance

Seureca Veolia (Saudi Arabia)


Technical assistance mission for the elaboration of a simplified evaluation system for Civil Engineering on a Saudi wastewater treatment plant in the Riyadh region

Technical support
Competency transfer to local staff on civil work diagnosis



SEURECA SAUDI has been awarded a contract for the modernization and rehabilitation of a large number of wastewater treatment plants in the Riyadh region of Saudi Arabia.

SEURECA called upon Altereo’s skills and expertise to provide technical support to:

  • Modify, improve and simplify VEOLIA’s pre-established diagnostic grids
  • Take part in the definition of the standard reports of simplified diagnosis of the Civil Engineering for the SEURECA SAUDI mission
  • Participate in the drafting of the booklet and methodology accompanying the simplified diagnosis grids and in particular the sharing of illustrations


Project Description

A first phase is conducted over 3 days to prepare the mission, including document analysis.

A second phase is conducted in Saudi Arabia and includes 3 days on site with travel to 3 sites.


REGIDESO (Burundi)


Setting up a GIS specialized in drinking water network management with GPS solution



In this World Bank financed project, Altereo, in partnershop with D2E, was selected by the REGIDESO to set up a GIS with GPS Solution for drinking water network metering in the city of Bujumbura, capital of Burundi.

Altereo was expected to provide the following:

  • The complete Cart@jour® GIS licence with a module for GPS import/export
  • Microsoft server for Windows 2008 with SQL Server express
  • Windows 7 PC and connections
  • Colour A3 Printer
  • 3 bi-frequence GPS Trimble receptors with tripod and stand


Project Description

Cartographic data were recovered and integrated, especially background maps and a part of the network with the main structuring objects.

The modus operandi selected for this purpose takes into account the fact that the GPS station closest to Bujumbura is situated at a distance of 130km. In order to improve the precision of the topographic surveys, it was decided that a differential mode would be used with a local or base station installed within the REGIDESO.

This functions together with the measures taken by the technicians with their receptors. A differential correction was applied to the collected data. The creation of this local station necessitated the measurement process from a geodetic point located at Bujumbura Airport.

 Once the measurements are taken, the base can be installed definitively at the premises of REGIDESO within an obstacle-free zone – for example the roof or an abandonned water tower.


Agence Nationale de l’Eau et de l’Assainissement (Cape Verde)


Drinking Water Supply and Wastewater Master Plan for Santo Antão and Feasibility Study on the Sanitation Project for Porto Novo, Cape-Verde

Study of water resources
Training of ANAS staff



Altereo was awarded this contract financed by the French Development Agency together with the Senegalese firm EDE.

Despite a limited surface area (779 m²), the island of Santo Antão, located to the North-West of the archipelago, is characterized by significant imbalance in the availability of resources between the north and the south of the island.

The South is subject to a very dry climate regime that has forced the concerned authorities to resort to seawater desalination to supply the main city of Porto-Novo (10,000 inhabitants).
On the other hand, abundant rainfall in the northern part of the island provides a sufficient resource through boreholes and springs.

The objective of the Master Plan is to assess the needs of the sector, to define the priority investments to be made and to prioritize them over a 20-year horizon in order to ensure a sustainable service to the island’s populations.

Project Description

As part of this study, ALTEREO is in charge of the following activities:

Study of water resources in order to prepare the water balance (needs/resources) and propose scenarios for resource mobilization to respond to the demand for water within the given horizon
Development of a data model on current and projected water resources and water and wastewater systems (using QGIS) and development of thematic maps.

Training of ANAS staff and the staff of water and sanitation services (SAAS) of the 3 municipalities of Santo Antão to use QGIS.


City of Niamey (Niger)

2014 – 2015

Development of a Fecal Sludge Management Services for the City of Niamey

Diagnostics and recommendations
PPP arrangements
Consideration of options
Support to the city



The aim of the project is to study the possibilities of Fecal Sludge Management (FSM) through private sector participation schemes including through a public-private partnership framework for the management of the sludge treatment plant. It also includes the establishment of an appropriate system for collecting and transporting sludge with the involvement of local private operators.


Project Description

Phase 1: Diagnostics and preliminary recommendations

  • Review existing FSM services in Niamey, including drainage, transportation and reuse
  • Conduct a survey to assess the capacity and willingness to pay for FSM services
  • Review the regulatory framework for in-situ sanitation facilities and FSM services and provide recommendations for a comprehensive framework
  • Review of the capacity of the city of Niamey and the civil society to oversee the FSM services and make recommendations
  • Review the current state of operation and management existing equipment and services in the public sector; propose future use in the collection and transport of sludge, or for their phase-out

Phase 2: PPP arrangements

Phase 3: Consideration of options

Phase 4: Support to the city of Niamey to implement the chosen PPP


Algérienne des eaux

2015 – 2018

Study of the diagnosis for the rehabilitation of the water supply system of the city of Medea

Competency transfer to local staff on field operations,
Leak detection, monitoring



The Drinking Water Supply of the city of Medea is provided 60% from the Ghrib Dam (Ghrib-Medea transfer for about 24km of water supply) and 38% from the Chiffa-Medea transfer (ensured by the 03 intake points of Wadis Chiffa, El-Djir and El-Merdja) for about ~ 14 km of the conveyance line.

Underground resources (drilling and springs) account for only 2% of the volume distributed.

Due to the state of advanced dilapidation of the downtown DWS network, existing since 1866, huge losses have been recorded (leaks not apparent).

Due to strong demographic pressure, demand is increasing with the expansion of the urban fabric, the realization of the new urban and university hub, the rehabilitation of the Harbil and Draâ-Smar areas of activity and the realization of the commercial district of Ouzera.


Project Description

  • Mission A: preparing a digitized mapping system to develop and update the maps of the DWS system (production and distribution)
  • Mission B: diagnosis of the distribution system, its operation, maintenance and management, in order to identify the causes of dysfunction and the weaknesses of current yields
  • Mission C: diagnosis of the production system; development of variant studies, yield enhancement, economic studies and recommendations
  • Mission D: identification of developments, renovations and extensions of the system to meet the demand for drinking water by 2040 on the basis of projections of the population within this timeframe/the corresponding water demand, applied to the mathematical model that will be the tool to define the necessary network extensions.

*estimate of industrial demand conducted separately.


Chadian Water Company (STE)

2013 – 2016

Global Management Contract for the Chadian Water Company (STE)

Full initial assessment of staff organization and capacities and definition of an extensive training program



The World Bank funded PADUR aims at enhancing the performances of the Chad Water Utility – Société Tchadienne des Eaux through the recruitment of a service contractor for a 3 year period. The project focuses specifically on the improvement of technical, financial and organizational management of the water utility in order to improve access to drinking water in N’Djamena and 9 other production centers.

The main expected outcomes as part of this project is endowing STE with the capacity for managing its activities in optimal conditions based on activities such as:

  • Developing productivity and qualification of the personnel
  • Increase the number of urban population having access to drinking water


Project Description

GIS provided services as part of the following outputs:

  • Output 1: Training of STE technical and managerial staff
  • Output 2: Borehole rehabilitation and reinforcement of production monitoring
  • Output 6: Technical assistance for the creation of a call centre and a claim management system
  • Output 7: Technical assistance on the elaboration of a communication plan
  • Output 8: Technical assistance on the implementation of customer satisfaction surveys
  • Output 9: GIS implementation for water supply networks
  • Output 10: Elaboration and implementation of performance indicators for STE



Detailed diagnosis of the civil engineering aspects and definition of technical specifications for the rehabilitation works of the SPRET

Diagnosis of the civil engineering

Effluent pre-treatment plant with a capacity of 2,500m³/h
H2S gases


SEURECA, the consulting and engineering branch of Veolia, requested the service of Altereo to address a civil-engineering related issue at the SPRET (Effluent pre-treatment plant with a capacity of 2,500m³/h). The plant is located in Tangier, which has a population of one million.

The mission comprises a detailed diagnosis of the civil engineering together with the definition of technical specifications for the rehabilitation works leading to call for proposals for the performance of the plant.

Given the complexity of the subject matter, SEURECA asked Altereo to begin by carrying out a preliminary reconnaissance visit.


Project Description

This first short-term mission comprised taking into account the issue of visition the facility to meet the partners, namely AMENDIS (a subsidiary of VEOLIA), operator of all facilities within Tangier, and LPEE (Moroccan structure and material laboratory).

The degradation of the facilities is linked to very high concentrations of H2S gases (up to 300 ppm during midsummer). This gas is present in confined structures such as those of the SPRET, and is oxidized to sulfuric acid H2SO4 by chemical means but mainly by biochemical means.

On the Tangier facility, the concrete is leached and completely disintegrates under acid attack, sometimes passking through a thicknesses of more than 30 mm. Most of the epoxy resin or hydraulic binder coatings on the vertical walls of some structures have been completely destroyed and the lower reinforcement beds of the roof slabs are visible.


National Authority for Drinking Water and Sanitation (DINEPA)

2012 – 2013

Audit of the Water Company of Saint-Marc (SESAM)




The Water Company of Saint Marc (SESAM – a subsidiary of a French company with manpower of 40) has been the Public Service Delegation entity for drinking water in the city of Saint Marc since 2009. The contract was subsidized by the International Development Bank.

SESAM manages drinking water distribution (disinfected against cholera through the use of bleach) for 3000 networks with meters and 13 kiosks where the general public may buy water in buckets. The principal issue remains the lack of willingness to pay on the part of the users.

Altereo conducted an audit, as commissioned by the Haitian government, with the objective of preparing a clear and precise Public Service Delegation Contract for Drinking Water Supply within the city of Saint Marc. This was supported by the Haitian Government, SESAM and also by the operator LYSA SAS, the main French shareholder for the company


Project Description

The consultant was specifically asked to identify deficiencies and liabilities, as well as to provide recommendations for contract development.
The mission assignment included:

  • Identifying the strength and weakness of the management contract concerning economic, legal and financial aspects
  • Identifying gaps and / or breaches in the management contract enforcement, that will be taken into account for it’s possible revision or renegotiation
  • Assessing the equilibrium of the delegation for this first leasing period, by giving objective opinions on the implementation by the operator
  • Suggesting improvements in the agreement contract or its annexes for each mission or sub-mission
  • Suggesting a basis for dispute resolution concerning the contract implementation by the operator, and appropriate remedies bases



Cameroon Water Utilities Corporation (CAMWATER)


Yaoundé and three Secondary Cities Project: Assistance to CAMWATER for the Project Technical Management


Project Management
Technical Assistance



Created following the presidential decree of 31 December 2005, placed under technical supervision of the Water Ministry and under financial supervision of the Finance Ministry, CAMWATER is a public utility having the objective of management of assets and rights allocated to public drinking water services in urban and peri-urban areas on behalf of the State.

The Yaoundé and Three Secondary Cities project, with an amount of 110M€, aims for the construction and rehabilitation of drinking water treatment stations in the cities of Yaoundé, Edéa, Bertoua and N’Gaoundéré, along with the reinforcement of transfer, storage and distribution mechanisms.

It is expected that by 2015, about 180,000 users, of which 50,000 in the three secondary cities, will be provided with access to drinking water via individual connections or fountains.


Project Description

Altereo worked with CAMWATER to provide technical assistance and training, particularly focusing on:

  • Support and capacity building for project management
  • Support and capacity building towards environmental management
  • Support and capacity building for hydraulic modeling of drinking water network
  • Support and capacity building for the design, implementation and utilisation of a GIS

National Sanitation Office (Tunisia)

2014 – 2018

Setting up a sewer network GIS for the  Greater Tunis area

Operational web-based GIS

16 900 km of sewer networks
119 treatment plants
788 pumping stations



Through this project, ONAS’s objective is to deploy a GIS in coordination with the operational information system for its business activities on the Grand Tunis area: 7 million inhabitants, 1,910,000 customers, 176 communes, 16,900 km of sewer networks, 119 treatment plants, 788 pumping stations, 263 Mm³ of waste water.

Among ONAS’s business activities are geolocation of clients, operating sanitation infrastructure, management of water quality and re-use, control of industrial waste, network maintenance, studies and projects and related activities in the social, economic and statistical domains.

To meet such requirements and scale, Altereo implements a Web-based geographic information system with an N-tier architecture.


Project Description

  • Construction of the GIS project and the data model
  • Supplying information for this model through continuous updates and upgrades through the GIS application.
  • Deeper knowledge base on network and network behaviour
  • Pedagogic and participative approach for Technical Assistance for an advanced level GIS-Sanitation project.

ONAS now has an operational Web-based GIS shared by all departements with a geolocalised and updated database of all Grand Tunis sanitation assets. The GIS is interfaced with other ONAS IT systems.

The implementation of the sewer network GIS for the Grand Tunis Area should significantly improve the waste water public service : drainage and treatment, quality of outflows to the natural environment, prevention of incidents such as obstructions and overflows which cause nuisance and pollution.


Noumea (New Caledonia)


Study on the optimisation of pipeline replacements with HpO® within the framework of a drinking water supply master plan

Application of an inovating system based on Artificial Intelligence

45 network replacement projects



The City of Noumea selected the Thésée Ingénierie (subsidiary of Altereo in New Caledonia) – SAFEGE – Altereo consortium for preparing the drinking water supply master plan.

Altereo participated, among others, specifically in the asset management component for optimizing the pipeline renewal programme. For this, the HpO® system based on artifical intelligence was applied.

The City of Noumea has a well managed asset dataset and network leak history for the past 18 years. This high quality data has thus helped demonstrate the power of the HpO® predictive model.


Project Description

45 network replacement projects have been planned for the coming 20 years.

They represent around 35 km of networks. It is recommended that the work program be updated and adjusted every 2-3 years based on renewed data enriching the model and the evolving local priorities.


Ministry of Water and Forests (Ivory Coast)


Audit of the reforestation policies in Ivory Coast and the establishment of a reforestation database for the protected forest sector

Diagnosis of reforestation management
Establishment of a cartographic database



The general objective of the reforestation policy audit is to carry out a diagnosis of the reforestation process in Cote d’Ivoire from 1928 to the present day. This is expected to provide lessons for all future programs and to setup a cartographic database for the protected zones.

Role of the GIS, KIS®, provided by Altereo:

  • Provide MINEF with interactive geospatial tools for collection, treatment and analysis
  • Provide a dyanamic cartography with official statistics on the geographic distribution of reforestation parcels
  • Train designated officers for using the database and properly update information.


Project Description

This project comprises:

  • The analysis of different methods of reforestation and theur impact on the reconstitution of the forest assets
  • Addressing identified deficiencies
  • Proposing follow-up and reforestation management mechanisms
  • Evaluation of the contribution of non-state partners in the reforestation effort (NGOs, Forestry Professionnals, individuals and the general population)
  • The analaysis of lands allocated as reforestation parcels that have definitvely been logged
  • Recommendations for the success of the reforestation process
  • Setting up a GIS for the follow-up of reforestation of the protected areas.

Abidjan District (Ivory Coast)


Supply and set up of a Collective Wastewater and Sanitation GIS in Cloud Mode within the Framework of the Study for Upgrading the Sanitation and Drainage Master Plan of Abidjan District

Implementation of the GIS KIS®

GIS development
Construction of data base



Following a C2D (French Development Agency) financed project, carried out with the objective of upgrading the Sanitation and Drainage Master Plan of Abidjan District, a GIS was developed for the District. This GIS takes into account all pertinent data related to the upgrading.

However, this GIS can also be shared with other relevant actors such as the ONAD (Sanitaiton Department) and the SODECI (National Water Distribution Company), in order to have an operational database that can be regulary updated.

In order to better manage the updates, to have greater visibility over the use of the GIS, to properly organize the exchange process with respect ot data update and modification, the DAUD awarded the contract for the implementation of the GIS KIS® in Cloud Mode. This format renders the system accessible to all project actors via internet/intranet.


Project Description

Following service provision, the following outcomes can be expected :

  • A sector-specific GIS hosted via Cloud
  • The solution will be adapted to the sector
  • The solution will allow data exchange in shapefile formats and allow interfacing with other information systems via webservices
  • Connection with different sites will be carried out with a complete management of user profiles and rights within the platform
  • Data and maps will be accessible through all platforms – PC or mobile
  • All relevant personnel will be trained in the management and command of the Web-GIS
  • The solution is available 24/7
  • All information is automatically saved and secured

Municipality of Keetmanshoop (Namibia)

2018 – 2020

Project to secure the drinking water supply system, through diagnostic analyses and master plan preparation of the distribution network in the Municipality of Keetmanshoop

Diagnosis of the conveyance system
Diagnosis of the distribution system
Preparation of a Master Plan

Conveyance system: 45 km of networks

Distribution system: 150 km of networks



The project took form in 2016 following high level visit in France by Dr. Hage Geingob that brought together the Namibian authorities, the French Embassy in Namibia and Altereo to discuss the urgent water-related issues facing the country. Following multiple visits by Altereo to the country, priority areas were identified to deal with the problem of water network aging, leakages, deterioration, etc. and to ensure regular, uninterrupted water supply for the users.

It was decided that the pipeline serving Keetmanshoop Municipality from Naute dam required urgent rehabilitation. In addition, it was also decided that the distribution network within Keetmanshoop municipality would be analyzed, along with the preparation of a Water Supply Master Plan and a high performance asset management pilot project.


Project Description

Mission A: Diagnosis of the conveyance system

Data collection along the entire 45 km pipeline by GPS and drone. Localisation of about a hundred leaks interventoried via the KIS® Collect application mobile. Diagnosis of the facilities and electromechanical equipment.

Mission B: Diagnosis of the distribution system and preparation of a Master Plan

Setting up Altereo’s GIS, KIS. Measurement campaign, modeling, leak detection on the urban network, Altereo’s Artificial Intelligence solution HpO® for the optimization of network renewal, Master Plan for 2040


Kingdom of Bahrain

2006 then 2020

Audit of Non-Revenue Water (NRW) management within Bahrain’s Electricity and Water Authority

Technical and methodological audit of the NRW managment service
Recommendations and investment plan

4 180 km water networks



The Kingdom of Bahrain is a country where potable water mainly comes from desalination and is hence costly to produce. Water distribution over the whole country is ensured by the same network which comprises about 3,700 km of mains in 2006 and grows to 4,180 km in 2020. The network is characterised by low pressures which rarely exceed 2 bars.

Altereo assists the Electricity and Water Authority to evaluate its performances in terms of Non-Revenue Water (NRW) management.

Altereo’s is distinguished in two distinct projects:

  • the first project carried out in 2006
  • the second project carried out in 2019-2020


Project Description

The first project consists of the following phases:

  • Technical and methodological audit of the waste control unit
  • Feasibility study for remote network monitoring
  • Benchmarking of different leak detection technologies including gas

This project produces a series of strategic recommendations for EWA.

The second project consists of evaluating the actions undertaken by EWA and the stages reached in order to continue to improve performances.. It consists of the following phases:

  • Preliminary audit of EWA’s achievements and performance since 2006
  • Non-Revenue Water deeper audit to investigate the previous findings

LYDEC (Marocco)

2009 + continuous improvement

Setting up a GIS for Drinking Water, Sanitation and Public Lighting Systems

Developing a “Full Web” system
Data migration without service interruption

3 646 km drinking water networks
4 157 km waste water networks
7 697 km electricity networks



The project is the deployment of a large-scale IT and GIS solution with expectations matching the stakes of the missions entrusted onto LYDEC.
Since the 1st of August 1997, LYDEC is awarded a 30-year contract for the management of electricity, drinking water and sanitation service distribution for 4 million inhabitants of the Greater Casablanca.

LYDEC has 3,250 employees with an annual turnover of 375 million Euros.

In 2007, LYDEC chose Altereo to supply and implement business SIG applications for Water Supply, Sanitation, Electricity and Street Lighting in fullweb mode.

LYDEC’s is the largest sector-specific GIS deployed on the African continent with 600 end-users.


Project Description

The LYDEC GIS project is based on a server technology allowing every end-user to benefit from the geographic perspective according to the requirements of his tasks. In this regard and in order to create interaction between the future GIS and the other applications within it’s IT environment, LYDEC chose to manage its technical data in an uniform standardised environment, open and matching the state of the art of geographic information systems.

Beyond the technical challenges is the question of offering a necessary day-to-day tool for a water and electricity utility of this scale to allow it to properly supply vital services to the population and preserve natural resources with maximum performance.



Phnom Penh (Cambodia)


Setting up a Water sector GIS for PPWSA

Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority

Defining a GIS data model + data integration
Reorganising service process
Training staff and users

2 450 km of water supply networks
+ 140 km of additional network per year



With its 1,500,000 inhabitants, 1800 km of water mains, 270,000 service connections and an annual water supply capacity of 145 million m³, Phnom Penh, the economic and political center of Cambodia, possesses an extremely efficient water supply system. Whilst the average non-revenue water level is more than 25% in France, for instance, it doesn’t exceed 6% in Phnom Penh. The city has become a leading example in Asia in this respect.

Within the framework of the “Greater Phnom Penh Water Supply System” project, which aims to structure water service within the metropolitan area, PPWSA acquired the service of Altereo informatique to set up a GIS for the management and capitalization of the information relating to drinking water production and distribution infrastructures.


Project Description

KIS Water is a ‘full web’ solution offering the whole feature panel traditionally proposed by desktop GIS software. KIS Water provided the PPWSA managers and operators with a complete ‘water supply’ toolbox, ranging from navigation and topology features to the management of workflows.

Furthermore, KIS Water is expected to be a turnkey solution delivered to PPWSA. In addition to this, KIS Admin is an additional module for customisation. GIS specialists and system administrators will have a simple and ergonomic tool to:

  • model and integrate data,
  • manage users and rights, and
  • set up applications, forms and even workflows

It will allow PPWSA to directly manage the evolution of the system according to new requirements, including data exchange with third-party applications in different formats.

Article published in december 2015 on this project


Grenoble Alpes Métropole


Assistance à maîtrise d’ouvrage relative au transfert de compétence eau potable

Recueil et analyse des données techniques, financières et humaines
Analyse juridique des structures compétentes
Approche multicritères des services et transfert de la compétence eau potable

49 communes
161 128 abonnés


Orléans Métropole


Réalisation d’une étude prospective sur la protection de la ressource en eau et la gestion des eaux et milieux aquatiques

Préservation de la ressource en eau
Gestion des Eaux et Milieux Aquatiques
Compétences Hors GEMAPI

Plus de 273 000 habitants
22 communes


Chartres Métropole


Mise en place d’un SIG

Déploiement du SIG Cartajour KIS
Pilotage, configuration et test à distance
Intégration de données
Formation et assistance technique
Maintenance annuelle

47 communes
30 réservoirs
16 installations de production
14 installations de reprise ou surpression


Brest Métropole Océane


Élaboration de bases de prix en vue de la réactualisation des inventaires du patrimoine des services de l’eau et de l’assainissement

Bases de prix de renouvellement à neuf des réseaux AEP & EU
Méthode de désactualisation des coûts
Calcul de la valeur résiduelle des canalisations

1 400 km de réseau AEP
1 300 km de réseau EU


Paris Ouest La Défense


Sanitation master plan for the city Rueil-Malmaison

System diagnosis
Measurement campaigns
Additional investigations on the network
Hydraulic modeling
Infrastructure development proposals

196 km of networks



CU Le Mans


Mise en œuvre d’un SIG ANC BAC

Acquisition d’une solution de gestion du SPANC
Formation des différents utilisateurs
Production de cours et manuels d’utilisation
Assistance, maintenance

9 communes
2 600 installations ANC
1 173 km de réseau EU


CA Est Ensemble


Mise en œuvre du SIG Assainissement

Fourniture du SIG et des applications métiers assainissement
Installation, configuration, test
Intégration initiale des données
Formation des utilisateurs
Maintenance et assistance

9 communes
390 km de réseau EU


SMG35 Ille et Vilaine


Étude patrimoniale et financière des services d’eau potable

Étude du patrimoine eau potable à l’échelle du département sur les plans technique et financier
Dimension prospective visant à anticiper les besoins en renouvellement des réseaux et ouvrages
Sensibilisation des élus à la problématique de gestion patrimoniale des infrastructures (investissements et évolution du prix de l’eau)

38 entités distributrices
5 syndicats mixtes de production
1 collectivité productrice et distributrice


Montpellier Méditerranée


Mise en place d’un SIG Assainissement

Conduite et suivi du projet
Migration des bases existantes
Étude des modalités d’échange entre l’exploitant et l’Agglomération
Installation de la licence
Formation sur site et assistance technique

18 communes
380 km de réseau EU


DRIEE Ile-de-France


Réalisation d’un guide pour la valorisation paysagère des projets urbains

Guide des bonnes pratiques de développement urbain prenant en compte la dimension paysagère et la biodiversité



CA du Grand Cahors


Mise en œuvre d’un SIG ANC

Fourniture des applicatifs métiers ANC + matériel informatique
Installation du logiciel
Formation des utilisateurs et administrateurs
Assistance, maintenance

25 communes
4 500 installations ANC


CA Gard Rhodanien


Diagnostic et scénario de structuration de la maîtrise d’ouvrage des compétences eau potable et assainissement

Recueil et analyse des données techniques, financières et humaines des services en place
Analyse juridique des structures en place

42 communes


Aurillac Basin Urban Community


Technical assistance for the standardization of the sanitation system in Souleyrie

Definition of a global action plan
Administrative, financial and technical assistance and standardisation according to the urban waste water directive
Monitoring of the waste water diagnosis study
Monitoring of works in the waste water treatment plant and the network
Technical assistance for regulatory procedures

50,000 PE waste water treatment plant (activated sludge)


CA Grand Périgueux


Diagnostic du système de collecte des eaux usées de Landry – Boulazac

Recueil et interprétation des données existantes
Mesures de volumes et flux de pollution
Localisation précise des anomalies de réseau
Propositions d’aménagements

99 km de réseau


CA de Nevers


Assistance au choix du mode de gestion du service public de l’eau et de l’assainissement 

Audit technique, juridique et financier des contrats AEP et EU
Analyse et comparatif des modes de gestion des services
Renouvellement des contrats de délégation des services
Mise en place d’une régie pour l’eau potable sur une partie des collectivités de l’agglomération

26 998 abonnés


CA de Lens-Liévin


Assistance à maîtrise d’ouvrage pour la délégation du service public d’eau potable

Diagnostic de l’existant
Rédaction des pièces constitutives du marché de délégation
Analyse des offres
Négociation et mise au point du contrat

Étude de 8 contrats
62 364 abonnés
1 354 km de réseau


Flers Agglo


Étude générale du système d’assainissement des eaux usées

Constitution d’un dossier de demande de renouvellement d’autorisation de rejet de la STEP du Landis

60 000 EH
214 km de réseau


Eau du Morbihan


Simplified diagnosis of the reservoirs of Eau de Morbihan

Compilation of existing documents
Analysis of infrastructure exposure to their environment
Verification of on-site security
Structural condition assessment
Definition and prioritisation of works

49 reservoirs


PACA Regional Council


Support to the preparation of a waste management and circular economy strategy

Diagnosis and inventory
Scenario buildup
Preparation of a project for programming and strategy

638 structures
Hazardous waste, non-dangerous and non-inert or inert waste


Var General Council


Environmental evaluation of the departmental plan for the prevention and management of building and public works waste

Initial state of the environment
Comparison of different scenario
Analysis of the effects of the plans on the environment
Methodology for the environmental monitoring of the plan

4 environmental dimensions:
Pollution and environmental quality
Natural resources
Health risks and nuisances


Alpes de Haute Provence Departmental Council


Departmental plan for the prevention and management of waste generated from building and public works sites

Inventory and diagnosis of the ongoing management and initial state of the environment
Prioritizing technical, economic and environmental issues
Scenario analysis
Prevention and management program
Support during the consultation process

14 polluted sites
Hazardous waste, non-dangerous non-inert and inert waste


Hautes-Alpes Departmental Council


Environmental evaluation of the Departmental Plan for the Prevention and Management of Building and Public Works Waste

Initial state of the environment
Comparing different scenarios
Analysis of the impacts of the plan on the environment
Methodology for the environmental monitoring of the plan

4 environmental dimensions:
Pollution and environmental quality
Naturai resources
Health risks and nuisances


CA de Caen la Mer


Maîtrise d’œuvre pour l’instrumentation des réseaux de collecte 

Équipement 23 points de mesure sur réseau
Équipement de 19 DO et trop pleins
Mise en place de 6 pluviographes et 5 piézomètres
Fourniture et installation du matériel informatique
Exploitation du dispositif pendant 1 an

29 communes
840 km de réseau


Régie Eau Azur


Detailed diagnosis of concrete infrastructures

Inventory of pathologies
Investigation anomaly causes
Risk analysis against weather conditions
Quantified proposals for works/repairs
Assistance in the definition of specifications for rehabilitation works

2 reservoirs of 6,000 m³ and 3,000 m³


SIA de Valenciennes


Structural diagnosis of wastewater elevating stations

Detailed visual condition assessment
Auscultation of structure
Radar measurement of concrete thickness
Action plans

84 elevating stations


SIA de Valenciennes


Project management for the rehabilitation of concrete infrastructures and waste water treatment plant equipment

Complete project management: diagnosis, project definition, supervision of execution, contract management, scheduling, site coordination, client support for delivery operations

70,000 PE wastewater treatment plant (activated sludge)


SIA de Valenciennes


Technical assistance for infrastructure diagnosis

Preliminary investigations
Auscultation of structures
Visual evaluation
Analytical compilation
Summary report

100,000 PE wastewater treatment plant (activated sludge)
6 infrastructures




Recherche de fuites et réparation du réseau d’eau potable

Recherche de fuites en domaine public et privé sur plusieurs années
Élaboration des programmes de travaux annuels

25 interventions par an sur plusieurs dizaines de km


Bordeaux Métropole


Élaboration d’une stratégie de gestion et d’évolution de l’alimentation en eau potable

Description et analyse du fonctionnement actuel du réseau AEP
Analyse rétrospective puis prospective
Amélioration et renforcement du système d’alimentation en eau potable

800 km de réseau
53 captages et forages
49 réservoirs


Toulouse Metropole


Project management for rehabilitation works on reservoirs, pumping stations and drinking water production plants

Complete project management: diagnosis, project definition, supervision of execution, contract management, scheduling, client support for delivery operations

37 towns
3292 km of networks
Over 700,000 inhabitants


ADEME Paca / Région Paca


Colloque – Déchets du BTP, tous acteurs de l’économie circulaire en PACA

1ère conférence régionale réunissant les acteurs de la filière déchets du BTP, organisée pour le compte de la Région Paca et de l’Ademe et avec 13 Développement, dans le cadre d’une étude





Assistance à Maîtrise d’ouvrage pour les travaux de construction d’une station de production d’eau potable et des réseaux d’interconnexion associés

Assistance à Maîtrise d’ouvrage pour l’aménagement d’une station de production d’eau potable

Réserve sortie d’usine : 2 x 1 500 m³
Pompage : 3 x 650 m³/h




Rehabilitation of the reservoirs of Lavazière

Complete project management: diagnosis, project definition, supervision of execution, contract management, scheduling, site coordination, client support for delivery operations

2 reservoirs of 4,000 m³ and 6,000 m³


Colloque ONEE (Maroc)


Symposium – Water Utility Performance in Morocco – ONEE

This conference gathered all the public and private actors in charge of water in Morocco, central and regional departments of ONEE (National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water), public utilities, and ministries in charge. Altereo’s Communication Department was the organiser.

The performance of water services was discussed from different angles by a dozen speakers (AFD, ONEE, Altereo, INSA, Mios, Krohne, Grundfos, Vicat, Ministry of the Environment, African Development Bank).


CA du Niortais


Modélisation des réseaux d’eau pluviale et schéma directeur de gestion de la ville de Niort

2 campagnes de mesures
Localisation des anomalies (ITV, test à la fumée)
Modélisation sous Mike Urban des réseaux
Proposition de travaux
Zonage d’assainissement pluvial
Enquête publique

250 km de réseau EP
70 km de réseau unitaire
44 suivis débitmétriques


CA du Niortais


Étude Diagnostic et Schéma Directeur d’Assainissement de Saint Hilaire la Palud

Diagnostic de l’état de fonctionnement du réseau
Détermination de l’impact des dysfonctionnements sur le milieu récepteur
Élaboration d’un programme pluriannuel d’investissement hiérarchisés

320 km de réseau


CA des Portes de l’Eure


Assistance à maîtrise d’ouvrage pour l’étude d’extension du périmètre de la régie sur la compétence eau potable

Réalisation d’un diagnostic
Établissement de scénarii
Assistance à la décision pour la mise en place d’un marché de prestation de services

41 communes
23 720 abonnés


CA Pau Porte des Pyrénées


Schéma Directeur Assainissement

Diagnostic du fonctionnement des équipements
Inventaire patrimonial avec levés topographiques
Création d’une base de données SIG
Campagne de mesure
Programmation pluriannuelle et hiérarchisée des travaux

95 km de réseau


Caen la Mer Urban Community


Setting up an advanced asset management system through the deployment of the Indigau® expert system

Treatment of 100 km of CCTV inspected networks via Indigau®
Applying the RERAU method to prioritise network rehabilitation

100 km of networks


SIVOM of the Issoire Region


Consolidating the asset database and preparing an optimised pipeline renewal program

Construction, update and operation of a GIS database
Multiannual pipeline replacement program via SIROCO®

1,800 km of networks
157 reservoirs
100 infrastructures for drinking water production


Mont de Marsan


Asset management study for the water network of Mont de Marsan and Saint Pierre du Mont

Constructing an optimised pipeline renewal programme via SIROCO®

300 km of networks
15 boreholes
7 reservoirs


SI du Bassin d’Arcachon


Maîtrise d’œuvre pour l’insertion paysagère des postes de refoulement EU

Maîtrise d’œuvre : ACT, EXE, VISA, DET, AOR
Constitution et dépôt des demandes d’autorisation administrative
Coordination et pilotage du chantier

412 postes de refoulement


Nha Trang (Vietnam)


Study and support in the modernisation of the management techniques to improve the water supply service

Deployment of  Cartajour Water Supply GIS
Setting up an autonomous GIS team within the water utility
Optimised water network replacement strategy using the SIROCO® expert system

750 km of networks



Nha Trang, The Government of Vietnam has set forth a target policy to phase out subsidies to water supply services. Decree 117 has granted the financial autonomy to water supply companies to stimulate the development of their financial independence. To achieve this target, the water supply companies need to modernize their management techniques to reduce their operating costs and design more cost-effective investment program. The project will provide tools to the beneficiary to improve the water supply system efficiency.
The project is implemented in 3 phases:

  • Phase 1: Institutional analysis – Needs assessment – Preparation of technical specifications
  • Phase 2: Design and implementation of the GIS – Provision of training courses
  • Phase 3: Use of the GIS for asset management and preparation of investment plan


Project Description

The project implementation comprised the following three phases:

  • Mission A: Assessment of the beneficiary’s needs in terms of GIS
    Survey of the water supply service organization, the available data and the workforce competence; redaction of the specifications for the implementation of the GIS during the project
  • Mission B: Implementation of the GIS and data acquisition
  • Mission C : Elaboration of an optimized investment strategy for network rehabilitation

Detailed study to establish an optimised network rehabilitation program, SIROCO®

Modelling of the impact factors causing interventions on the network and prediction of future breaks

Multi-criteria analysis for several criteria in terms of reduction of breaks impact on the network


PIPDA (Belgium)


Pilot asset management project for PIPDA (Anvers Province) networks with the joint support of KANEW and SIROCO®

Pilot project on 937 km of networks
Projection and long-term planning for the 50 upcoming years with KANEW
Short-term programming with SIROCO®



Following the International Water Association’s reference conference on wealth management, LESAM 2009 in Miami, Altereo and its partner Baur+Kropp were among the six organizations worldwide invited by the Dutch research center KWR to present their wealth management solutions. The aim was to participate in a workshop gathering the 10 water utilities of the Netherlands, as well as water utilities from Northern Belgium. Altereo and Baur+Kropp presented a joint approach for optimised planning of short- and long-term renewal through the application of their respective expert systems SIROCO® and KANEW®.

This approach appealed to the Belgian operator PIDPA, which operates no less than 12 500 km of drinking water networks and 2 500 km of wastewater networks in the province of Antwerp. PIDPA proposed to Altereo and Baur+Kropp to carry out a pilot project on its network.


Project Description

The pilot project was framed by three workshops:

  • Workshop to explain the methodology for identifying data
  • Workshop to present preliminary results, reframe the approach and refine the analysis by completing the data and hypothesis formulation
  • Feedback workshop with the results on the pilot area, conclusions and recommendations for wide application

The specific results on the pilot area were as follows:

  • Failure prediction for all sections of the pilot area
  • Short-term renewal programming with SIROCO® which targeted critical pipes according to performance objectives
  • Visibility on long-term renewal efforts with KANEW®

The pilot project has given full satisfaction to PIDPA, which has integrated the recommendations of Altereo and Baur+Kropp and is preparing the next steps in the consolidation of its asset management.





Transformation d’une zone en AVAP

Approche environnementale,  architecturale et patrimoniale
Règlement de l’AVAP
Présentation du dossier à la CRPS et au Conseil Municipal
Réunion publique

Étude sur l’ensemble du territoire communal
11 991 habitants




Étude sur les cônes de vue d’une AVAP

Définition de la constructibilité de l’emprise de l’AVAP
Définition des prescriptions réglementaires pour assurer sa valorisation

Étude sur l’ensemble du territoire communal
11 991 habitants


CC Vallée de l’Ance


Plan Local d’Urbanisme Intercommunal

Diagnostic du territoire, traitement SIG
OAP, zonage et règlement
Dossier administratif, enquête publique

10 communes
3 038 habitants


Nice Côte d’Azur


Mise en place d’un logiciel de gestion du service public d’assainissement

Mise en œuvre du logiciel ANC
Pilotage du projet
Intégration des bases de données
Formation des profils administrateur et utilisateur
Assistance et maintenance

46 communes
1 100 km de réseau EU
400 km de réseau EP
14 000 installations ANC


SM des Eaux de Dolon-Varèze


Mise en place d’un SIG métier Eau et Assainissement

Acquisition des licences SIG fixes et nomades
Fourniture du serveur cartographique
Insertion des données
Paramétrage, tests
Formation des utilisateurs
Assistance, maintenance annuelle

20 communes
473 km de réseau AEP
130 km de réseau EU


SMI Rivière Woigot


Mise en place d’un SIG métier Eau et Assainissement

Pilotage du projet
Définition du modèle de données
Intégration de référentiels cartographique
Installation et tests
Formation des utilisateurs

13 communes
210 km de réseau EU
100 km de réseau AEP


Yamoussoukro (Ivory Coast)


Setting up a GIS

Developing decision-making tools
Setting up a GIS
Training staff and users
Creating a quality assurance plan

10 areas of expertise
6 territorial collectivities
300 000 inhabitants


Project Description

Altereo set up the SIG solution KIS® to prepare the day-to-day operational tool for geographic data adapted to the sectors of competence of Yamoussoukro District.

The system’s Web architecture operates on new Open Source technologies and allows mobile applications to be deployed in both offline and online modes for practical and mobile use in the field.


SODECI-CIE (Ivory Coast)


Implementing the Drinking Water, Wastewater and Electricity sector applications of the GIS

Steering the project
Installation and tests
Training users

12 700 km of drinking water networks
1 800 km of wastewater networks
42 660 km of electricity networks



Côte d’Ivoire is a country in West Africa with a population of about 20 million. Abidjan is the economic capital with about 4 million inhabitants. The high concentration of population in the cities (about 45% urban population), requires the existence of a strong organization, capable of efficiently providing water, sanitation and electricity services.

SODECI has had exclusive responsibility for the production and distribution of drinking water in urban areas in Cote d’Ivoire since 1987, and for the operation and maintenance of sanitation facilities in the city of Abidjan since 1999. It is linked to the State of Cote d’Ivoire by a lease contract.

CIE is a company that transports, exports, imports, distributes and markets electrical energy throughout Côte d’Ivoire and West Africa. It is one of the leaders in its sector on the African continent.

Project Description

SODECI and CIE have respectively equipped themselves with the Cart@jour Water and Sanitation and Cart@jour Electricity and Public Lighting business applications. The two companies would like to have a software allowing to:

  • Seizure of assets in accordance with the rules of the art of a hydraulic / electricity network
  • A use of the GIS that ensures the processes of updating and updating data
  • Having solutions for consulting and updating data in the field
  • Having dashboards and indicators on heritage

For SODECI: Geolocation and inventory of connections and delivery points in connection with subscriber management (Saphyr software)

For CIE: Interfacing with Alstom’s DMS and Infor’s CMMS


Agence de l’Eau Loire Bretagne


Atlas de l’Assainissement Non Collectif 

Rencontre des acteurs départementaux et nationaux
Création d’une base de données SIG
Analyse des données des SPANC
Proposition d’actions pour le programme de l’Agence de l’Eau

36 départements
1,4 million d’installations


Eau du Grand Lyon


Étude des risques de pollution accidentelle de la ressource en eau en amont de Lyon

Identification des principales causes de pollution accidentelles
Création d’une base de données sous SIG
Géolocalisation des sources de pollution
Estimation de la propagation des panaches de pollution éventuels
Analyse multicritère et classement des risques

2 600 km² étudiés sur 193 communes
940 établissements localisés
821 produits référencés




Maîtrise d’œuvre pour la mise en séparatif du réseau EU et création d’un Bassin d’Orage enterré

Modélisation du réseau EU
AVP, étude financière, PRO, DLE, ACT, EXE, DET, pilotage de chantier, AOR

Bassin désodorisé de 350 m³
0,3 km de réseau réhabilité et mis en séparatif





Insertion paysagère d’un Bassin d’Orage enterré

Aménagement paysager des ouvrages dans le site classé du Château d’Excideuil

Local technique visible
Bassin de 350 m³ sous la pelouse


Quimper Communauté


Mise en place d’un logiciel d’aide au SPANC et SPAC

Fourniture des licences
Préparation du projet
Installation et formation sur site

7 communes
7 000 installations ANC


Quimper Communauté


Assistance pour l’élaboration de l’état des lieux des infrastructures eau potable

Inventaire des ouvrages
Détermination des coûts de construction
Mise à jour de la valeur d’amortissement

824 km de réseau


SIDE Région Nontron


Mise en place d’un SIG métier Eau et Assainissement

Fourniture et installation de la licence et des applications métiers
Fourniture du matériel nomade
Intégration des données initiales
Formation des utilisateurs et administrateurs
Assistance et maintenance

23 communes
18 000 habitants


CC Vézère Causse


Maîtrise d’œuvre pour la création d’ouvrages de régulation des crues du Rieux Tord

Calculs hydrauliques et propositions d’aménagements
Dossier LEMA
Maîtrise d’œuvre complète : EP, AVP, PRO, ACT, VISA, DET, AOR
Assistance pour la définition des prestations topographiques et géotechniques

Digue 200 m (21 700 m³ stockés)
Digue 100 m (7 100 m³ stockés)


SM de la Rance et du Célé


Étude de faisabilité d’aménagements de protection contre les inondations et de renaturation

Intégration des actions proposées au sein d’un dossier de candidature PAPI

Ruisseau de Planioles
Bassin versant de 12 km²
Longueur d’écoulement 8 km


Saint Laurent les Tours


Maîtrise d’œuvre pour le bassin de surinondation – Fontvieille

Maîtrise d’œuvre complète : études préliminaires AVP, PRO, ACT, DET, AOR

Barrage de laminage de 12 000 m³ + digue


SI du Bassin d’Arcachon


Maîtrise d’œuvre pour l’insertion paysagère des postes de pompage des eaux usées

Utilisation du principe des pignots du bassin d’Arcachon pour créer des palissades masquant les ouvrages peu esthétiques



CA du Pays de l’Or


Maîtrise d’Œuvre pour la réhabilitation du réservoir sur tour de Boirargues

Maîtrise d’œuvre complète : DIA, AVP, PRO, ACT, VISA, DET, AOR

Réservoir de 1 000 m³


Saint Rémy de Provence


Asset study for drinking water networks

Analyzing asset management and preparing an inventory
Support for implementing a GIS
Defining an action plan to reduce NRW
Methodology for establishing a renewal program for pipelines

97 km of network




Maîtrise d’Œuvre pour la construction d’une station d’épuration

Maîtrise d’œuvre complète : AVP, PRO, ACT, DET, VISA, AOR

STEP 3 500 EH (boues activées)




Maîtrise d’œuvre pour les travaux de réhabilitation des canalisations d’eau potable

Maîtrise d’œuvre complète : études préliminaires, AVP, DET, PRO, VISA, ACT, AOR

29 km de réseau




Schéma directeur d’alimentation en eau potable

État des lieux
Sectorisation du réseau
Campagne de mesure
Établissement d’un plan d’actions

194 km de réseau


Sainte Foy la Grande


Diagnostic et Schéma Directeur du réseau d’eau pluviale

Modélisation des réseaux
Propositions d’aménagements

Bassin versant de 18 hectares




Diagnostic et schéma directeur du système d’eau potable

État des lieux et diagnostic
Définition d’un programme hiérarchisé de travaux
Impact sur les moyens du service et sur le prix de l’eau

139 km de réseau




Inventaire des Zones Humides

Collecte et analyse des données existantes
Investigation de terrain
Réunion publique

3 300 habitants




Évaluation environnementale du schéma directeur et du zonage eaux pluviales

Collecte et analyse des données  existantes
Analyse et impact environnemental des aménagements proposés dans le zonage

3 300 habitants


SIAEPA de la Vallée de la Béthune


Maîtrise d’œuvre pour les travaux de réhabilitation du réseau et de la station d’épuration de Saint Aubin le Cauf

Maîtrise d’Œuvre pour la construction d’une nouvelle STEP
Réhabilitation de 2 postes de refoulement
Création de réseaux gravitaires
Dossier Loi sur l’Eau et de l’étude préalable à l’épandage des boues

STEP 2 100 EH (boues activées)
2 postes de refoulement
0,25 km de réseau




Schéma Directeur et zonage d’assainissement des eaux usées et des eaux pluviales de la région Arpageonnaise

Optimisation du fonctionnement des réseaux de 4 communes
Diminution de l’impact des eaux de ruissellement sur le milieu naturel
Réduction des risques d’inondation
Zonage assainissement EU & EP

76,31 km de réseau




Schéma de gestion des eaux pluviales 

Recensement et état des lieux
Analyse qualitative des écoulements
Proposition et programmation des aménagements
Dossier d’enquête publique

614 ha


SMA du Pays d’Albret


Étude hydraulique du système de prévention des inondations de l’Auvignon

Inventaire patrimonial et diagnostic du fonctionnement du système d’endiguement
Propositions de gestion ou d’aménagements

7 km de digue


SI Centre et Sud (Martinique)


Réalisation d’essais de garantie

Applicabilité des Manuels d’autosurveillance
Vérification des appareils d’autosurveillance
Vérification du domaine de traitement garanti
Détermination des consommations énergétiques et de réactifs
Détermination des performances de désodorisation
Bilan acoustique



SIVU Conflent


Étude de transfert de compétences

État des lieux technique, juridique et financier des services eau et assainissement
Définition des améliorations à apporter
Proposition de scénarii pour atteindre les objectifs futurs

14 882 habitants




Suivi physico-chimique du barrage de Saillant

Mise en place d’un suivi physico-chimique et d’un suivi volumétrique des sédiments


Régie Malouine de l’eau


Actualisation du schéma directeur Eau Potable 

Collecte et analyse des données existantes
Visite des ouvrages
Campagne de mesures
Modélisation Epanet
Diagnostic du fonctionnement
Étude de la sécurisation AEP Gestion patrimoniale (réseaux et ouvrages)

300 km de réseau


Saint-Etienne du Grés


Schéma Directeur Eau Potable

État des lieux
Cartographie du réseau sous SIG
Analyse des ouvrages et diagnostic du réseau
Programme de travaux
Assistance à la mise en place d’un plan de sectorisation
Campagne de mesure

10 compteurs
13 vannes
1 réservoir + 1 station de pompage


CC du Luberon Oriental


Maîtrise d’Œuvre pour la construction de la STEP d’Oraison

Maîtrise d’œuvre complète : AVP, PRO, ACT, DCE, Analyse des offres, VISA, DOE, MC

STEP 9 000 EH (boues activées)
Transfert des effluents de l’ancienne station et destruction de la station existante




Schéma directeur et zonage d’assainissement

Campagne de mesure
Propositions d’aménagements
Mise à jour du zonage et proposition de travaux pour la desserte de nouveaux secteurs

STEP 2 500 EH (lit bactérien forte charge)
10 km de réseau
380 ANC




Maîtrise d’œuvre pour la réalisation et l’intégration d’un réservoir semi-enterré

Le réservoir d’origine a été doublé. Le dessus du réservoir a été ouvert au public pour en faire un belvédère dominant la rade de Toulon. Le parement du réservoir a été recouvert de pierres calcaires rappelant  la géologie locale.





Étude économie d’eau

Mise en place d’un système de suivi performant des fuites en réseau d’eau potable
Élaboration d’un plan d’actions d’économies d’eau
Travaux de mise en circuit fermé des fontaines d’eau

176,2 km de réseau étudiés




Plan Local d’Urbanisme

Approche Environnementale de l’Urbanisme

2 070 habitants




Plan Local d’Urbanisme

OA et programmation
Évaluation environnementale

4 200 habitants


CC de Haute Provence


PLU coordonnés entre 5 communes

Proposition de scénarii d’aménagement
Orientation et programmation des aménagements
Évaluation environnementale

5 416 habitants




Révision du Plan Local d’Urbanisme

Définition du projet de ville
Mise en cohérence avec le Label Gard Durable
Enquête publique

18 218 habitants




Drinking water supply system diagnosis

Initialisation of an asset management strategy through upgrades in knowledge and forecasting of failures

264 km of networks
11 reservoirs


CC des Crêtes Préardennaises


Diagnostic des systèmes d’adduction en eau potable

État des lieux/levés GPS des ouvrages + branchements
Campagne de mesures + modélisation
Recherche et localisation de fuites
Programme d’actions

2 SIAEP : Rocquigny et Attigny (40 communes)
50 ouvrages (réservoirs + captages)
317 km de réseau




Élaboration du Plan Local d’Urbanisme

Mise en cohérence du PLU avec les évolutions des documents supra-communaux
(SDRIF 2030, PDUIF, SRCE Île-de-France, SRCAE, SDAGE Seine-Normandie…)

1 438 habitants


Maripa Soula (Guyane)


Schéma Directeur de l’Alimentation en Eau Potable 

Vérification des conditions de desserte des abonnés, et de la sécurisation des ouvrages de distribution
Proposition d’actions d’optimisation du fonctionnement du réseau
Établissement des plans SIG

51,6 km de réseau
619 objets géolocalisés


CA Cap Excellence (Guadeloupe)


Schéma Directeur de Gestion des Eaux Pluviales

Mise en place d’un outil de gestion adapté
Réglementation de l’occupation des sols et détermination des solutions compensatoires
Analyse de l’impact des projets futurs
Proposition de travaux

106 km de réseau


Régie de Fès (Maroc)


Water network performance audit for Fes City and definition of strategic orientations for the improvement of drinking water supply network yield

Diagnosis and audit of current performance
Performance Improvement Proposal
Reorganization of network operations
Establishment of a charter for performance maintenance

2,615 km of network



The project aimed to define strategic orientations for the future in order to continue with the improvement of the distribution network efficiency for the city of Fez, so as to reach 75% by 2015 and 80% by 2020.

Description du projet

The network’s initial yield is close to 60%, thanks to an action plan launched in 2002 with an overall budget of Dhs 240 million partly financed by an AFD loan (10 million euros).

  • Mission A: Diagnosis and audit of current performance
  • Mission B: Proposals for improving performance
  • Mission C: Reorganisation of the operations activity
  • Mission D: Preparation of a yield performance maintenance chart


Focus étude des défaillances de branchement

Altereo observed:

  • A very high number of failures, exceeding the repair capacity
  • The preponderance of failures on connection elements
  • Among these, a 50% breakage or cracking rate of the PE pipe of the connection

Altereo recommended:

  • A sampling campaign during repairs and laboratory analysis
  • Precautions for storage of PE rolls and installation of new connections



Pully (Suisse)


Assistance à la mise en œuvre du plan de sectorisation AEP

Network modeling
Sectorization planning
Development of an action plan
Interconnection proposal



The present assignment is a technical assistance to Pully municipal government aiming to help the town:

  • reduce the water losses on its water supply network and get substantial financial savings for the town
  • reduce excess pressures on the network
  • change it current bulk water supply layout

Key figures:

  • Volume of water supplied: 1.75 million m3 (85% supplied from Lausanne city)
  • Total length of pipelines: 50 km
  • Total length of water connections: 50 km
  • Water connections: 2,000
  • Leakage rate: 20%


Project Description

  • Analysis of existing data and reports
  • Field surveys
  • Audit of the water supply network performance
  • Hydraulic modelling (construction and calibration)
  • Preparation of the network DMA zoning plan
  • Preparation of a pressure management strategy
  • Know-how transfer to Pully staff through on-the-job training

SIAEP du Santerre


Mise en place d’un SIG Eau Potable

Fourniture du SIG et de l’application métier Eau
Intégration et migration des données
Configuration, paramétrage et test
Formation des utilisateurs

83 communes
660 km de réseau AEP




Évaluation environnementale du PLU

Analyse des incidences notables et prévisibles du PLU sur l’environnement
Conséquences sur le site Natura 2000

120 960 habitants




Actualisation du Zonage d’Assainissement Pluvial dans le cadre de la révision du PLU

État des lieux et diagnostic en situation actuelle et future
Modélisation de la situation actuelle et future
Zonage d’assainissement pluvial
Dossier de régularisation, dossier d’enquête publique

175 km de réseau


SPL AGATE – Langlade


Accompagnement et pilotage des études préalables à la création d’une ZAC et développement de l’habitat

Étude de faisabilité
Étude d’impact pour la création d’une ZAC

2 070 habitants


SIAEP de Guerbigny


Étude du patrimoine eau potable avec cartographie des réseaux et ouvrages

Recueil et analyse des données
État des lieux des ouvrages et équipements
Cartographie du réseau, modélisation hydraulique
Analyse du fonctionnement
Mesures de maîtrise des risques
Proposition de sectorisation et de pose de comptages
Synthèse et proposition de programmation pluriannuelle

262 km de réseau




Révision du Plan Local d’Urbanisme

Assistance à Maîtrise d’Ouvrage pour la révision du PLU via un diagnostic territorial
Définition des orientations et élaboration du PADD

18 300 habitants



SIE de la région Sud Rennes


Assistance à maîtrise d’ouvrage pour la consultation d’un maître d’œuvre réalisant un schéma directeur AEP

Inventaire et diagnostic des installations
Élaboration du DCE
Assistance technique et administrative

585 km de réseau




Étude hydraulique du bassin versant du centre ville

État des lieux
Campagne de mesures
Modélisation 1D-2D du centre ville XPSWMM
Analyse des risques
Proposition d’un plan d’actions

58 km de réseau
Bassin versant de 893 ha




Feasibility study on the maintenance of the treatment plant and optimisation work on the commune’s drinking water system

Identification of the technical, administrative and financial constraints on each project
Choice of the most suitable solution
Sectorisation plan and monitoring of the implementation
Integration of data in the Cart@jour GIS with staff training
Follow-up of the upgrading works of the drinking water reservoir and the treatment plant


SCNA (Martinique)


Mise en place d’un logiciel pour la gestion de l’ANC

Mise en place de licences fixes et nomades
Acquisition et intégration de données
Formation des utilisateurs
Assistance et maintenance

8 communes
17 950 installations ANC


Saint Thurien


Maîtrise d’Œuvre pour la création d’un réservoir d’eau potable et d’une interconnexion

Maîtrise d’œuvre complète : AVP, DET, PRO, VISA, ACT, AOR
Assistance pour les contrôles techniques, coordination SPS, études géotechniques

2 972 ml d’interconnexion
Réservoir de 2 cuves 250 m3


SAE du Cap Fréhel


Maîtrise d’Œuvre pour des travaux sur un surpresseur

Modélisation du réseau sous EPANET (AVP)
Maîtrise d’œuvre complète ACT, VISA, DET, AOR
Assistance à la passation des marchés complémentaires

2,9 km de réseau
2 pompes variables


SIAEP de la Touraine du Sud


Maîtrise d’œuvre pour le renouvellement d’une canalisation sur la commune de Boussay

Maîtrise d’oeuvre complète : AVP, PRO, ACT, VISA, DET, AOR
Assistance pour la passation des marchés complémentaires

1,5 km de réseau


CA de Bourges Plus


Schéma Directeur d’adduction en eau potable

Campagne de mesures
Traitement des 200 données télégérées
Modélisation sous Mike Urban
Proposition de travaux
Étude de vulnérabilité

926 km de réseau


CA de Bourges Plus


Diagnostic et planification de la mise en œuvre d’une politique patrimoniale des réseaux d’eau potable

Mise à jour du logiciel de simulation dynamique du réseau
Mise à jour du diagnostic de la défense incendie
Proposition technique de gestion patrimoniale du réseau
Formation du personnel

14 communes
929 km de réseau
13 réservoirs


Syndicat d’Eau de Lezay


Audit patrimonial pour la gestion de l’Eau Potable

État des lieux complet des ouvrages et du service AEPA
Géoréférencement du réseau de 4 nouvelles communes
Analyse et hiérarchisation des risques sanitaires de la production à la distribution
Modélisation des ouvrages
Mise à jour du Schéma Directeur Eau Potable

308 km de réseau
3 forages + 1 captage
4 ouvrages de stockage + 4 surpressions
1 900 points GPS relevés


SM du Val d’Avre


Assistance à Maîtrise d’Ouvrage pour les travaux de mise en place de périmètres de protection de captage, d’une station de pompage et de branchements

Modélisation du champ captant
Note technique
Dossier de consultation administrative
Dossiers d’enquête
Arrêté de DUP

4 forages de 3 000 m3/j chacun


SIE de Picardie


Assistance à maîtrise d’ouvrage pour l’étude diagnostic et le schéma directeur du réseau d’eau potable

Assistance pour la définition du programme d’études
Assistance pour le choix du bureau d’études
Assistance pour le suivi financier et technique de l’étude

335 km de réseau
6 réservoirs (4 600 m3)
5 forages (12 000 m3/j)


SIA de la Vallée de la Selle


Assistance à Maîtrise d’Ouvrage pour les travaux d’assainissement des communes de Bacouel sur Selle, Plachy Buyon et Prouzel

Dossiers de consultation pour la réalisation des études préalables et suivi
Dossiers de consultation pour le choix du maître d’œuvre, CSPS et contrôleur technique

2 250 EH (boues activées)


Syndicat Vallées Evoissons et Poix


Maîtrise d’œuvre pour la création de canalisation de raccordement et d’interconnexion et création d’un réservoir non aérien équipé surpressé

État des lieux
Étude de faisabilité d’interconnexion
Proposition de solutions

15 km d’interconnexion
Réservoir de 500 m3
Surpression de 35 m3/h


CC du Canton de Condé en Brie


Maîtrise d’Œuvre pour l’étude et la construction de la station d’épuration

Recensement des contraintes liées au projet
Dimensionnement de l’installation
Définition de la filière d’assainissement adaptée

STEP 100 EH (microstation à cultures fixées)


CC du Val de Noye


Étude préalable à l’élaboration d’un Schéma Directeur de Gestion des Eaux Pluviales

Diagnostic du territoire
Identification des enjeux et objectifs généraux
Prézonage pluvial

359 km de réseau


CC du Grand Figeac


Dossiers Loi sur l’Eau pour les ZA de l’Aiguille et Quercy Pole et du centre technique routier mutualisé

Rédaction de 3 dossiers loi sur l’eau


CC des Etangs


Maîtrise d’œuvre pour la mise en conformité du système d’assainissement de Saint Georges

Maîtrise d’œuvre complète : AVP, PRO, ACT, DET et AOR, pour la mise en place d’un système d’assainissement collectif sur le village

2,2 km de réseau
STEP 275 EH (filtre planté de roseau)
3 postes de relevage
1 déversoir d’orage


Perros Guirec


Levés topographiques et production de données SIG des réseaux d’assainissement

Relevés topographiques sur le réseau d’assainissement
Création d’un SIG

75 km de réseau EU
75 km de réseau EP




Étude diagnostic du réseau d’eaux usées et Schéma directeur Assainissement

État des lieux
Création des plans des réseaux
Campagnes de mesures nappe haute et nappe basse
Investigations complémentaires
Programme de travaux

44 km de réseau




Révision et évaluation environnementale du PLU

Diagnostic socio-économique, fonctionnel et urbain
Analyse du potentiel urbain et présentation des objectifs et enjeux

4 346 habitants


Recycling center


Additional study for the justification of a recycling center for waste resulting from economic activities

Justification of the capacity of a recycling center
Description of the advantages of the new setup for approval of the operating order





Maîtrise d’Œuvre pour l’assainissement général

Maîtrise d’œuvre complète : EP, AVP, PRO, ACT, VISA, DET, AOR et missions complémentaires d’assistance

1,2 km de réseau
8 postes de relevage
STEP 1 700 EH (filtre planté de roseau)




Maîtrise d’Œuvre pour l’assainissement communal

Dossier d’incidence et dossier administratif pour les travaux de création de réseaux et ouvrages associés

0,5 km de réseau
STEP 125 EH (filtre planté de roseau)




Identité graphique du PEXE




SIAEP de la Manoise


Diagnostic structurel du génie civil des ouvrages de production et de stockage d’eau potable

Plans côtés
Programmation et réalisation du diagnostic de l’ensemble des ouvrages
Préconisation de travaux

9 ouvrages




Étude urbaine pour la requalification du bourg et aménagement d’espaces publics

Présentation de scénarii
Étude de faisabilité
Fiches actions
Montage financier et juridique des actions proposées

2 870 habitants
1,5 km² à l’échelle du Bourg




Étude pour la mise en place d’une aire de camping car

Vérification de la compatibilité réglementaire
Documents graphiques présentant le projet

122 habitants




Diagnostic eau potable

Inventaire du patrimoine
Évaluation du fonctionnement hydraulique du réseau (campagne de mesure et modélisation)
Optimisation de son fonctionnement
Identification des risques de pollutions accidentelles
Analyse de la gestion du service

9,5 km de réseau
460 objets répertoriés en SIG


Bois le Roy


Recherche de fuites sur le réseau d’eau potable

Recherche de fuites et réparations
Mise à jour du programme de travaux

14,5 km de réseau


Bailly aux Forges


Maîtrise d’œuvre pour les travaux de renouvellement du réseau AEP et des branchements en plomb

Maîtrise d’œuvre complète : AVP, PRO, ACT, DET, AOR

1,7 km de réseau
0,3 km de branchements
70 compteurs




Dossier de déclaration du Quartier Espagne

Recueil de données et analyse de l’état initial
Définition du niveau de rejet
Incidences du projet
Propositions techniques
Dossier de régulation
Dossier de déclaration

14 hectares


Val d’Ornois


Plaquette d’information sur le SPANC

L’objet étant d’informer la population des règles applicables.





Diagnostic Partagé de Développement Durable

Recueil de données territoriales et des actions envisagées
Analyse des atouts / faiblesses / opportunités au regard du développement durable

4 267 habitants




Étude patrimoniale du centre ville

État des lieux
Enquête publique

5 165 habitants




Réalisation d’une plaquette d’information

Conception et réalisation d’une plaquette destinée à informer les collectivités sur le service du SISPEA



CD du Var


Réalisation de plaquettes pour une dizaine de communes

L’objet étant d’informer la population des bonnes pratiques d’usage de l’eau pour l’économiser.



CA de Caen la Mer


Réalisation de newsletters

Conception et réalisation de 3 newsletters pour la Communauté d’Agglomération de Caen la Mer dans le  cadre d’une étude pour la gestion patrimoniale des réseaux d’assainissement.





Réalisation d’un catalogue de formation

Conception et réalisation d’un catalogue pour un organisme de formation et de conseil en qualité, santé et management




Étude pour la mise en valeur du château d’eau de Blagnac

Étude technico-économique des scénarii de mise en valeur, en particulier par habillage de LED



Tour de France de l’Eau


Tour de France de la Performance des Services d’Eau

Journées techniques organisées dans toute la France depuis 2012, avec plus de quarante étapes à ce jour.
Partenaires : entreprises, agences de l’eau, Caisse des Dépôts.
Objet : faire le point sur la règlementation, l’état de l’art et des connaissances, les solutions techniques et les financements disponibles en matière de politique et de technologies visant une meilleure performance des services d’eau