Climate impact adaptation
Feasibility study for the circus CABUWAZI
Energy Efficient Water Supply
Capacity building in water and energy efficieny
Loko shed residence
Ambitious energy and sanitary concept for a residential neighbourhood including offices and a cafe
Local heating network
Heat recovery for a biogas plant with peak load coverage through a wood chip boiler
Finlay Biogas Plant
Development of self-sufficient energy supply for a food producing company
A cost reducing solution for advanced sewage treatment in pond systems
Rehabilitation of Natura 2000 area
Improvement of the ecological passability, water retention and structural diversity of watercourses
Phragmilfiltre® constructed wetlands
Compact systems for mountainous sites
Integrated sanitation concepts
Integrated sewage treatment with dry toilets regarding ECOSAN standards
Consultancy services for the water utility EPS Grau on strategic, technical and financial questions.
Institutional Strengthening of the water utility EPS Grau
AKUT is consulting the water utility EPS Grau on strategic, technical and financial questions.
Proyecto de Agua, Saneamiento y Manejo del Recurso Hídrico para Piura
Componente Fortalecimiento Institucional, Comunicación y Sensibilización Pública
The water utility EPS Grau is one of the biggest water and sewerage boards in Peru and provides services in the fields of drinking water supply and sewage treatment for about 750 000 inhabitants.
Connection rates are 77 % for drinking water and 62 % for sewage treatment. The supply area of EPS Grau is characterized by arid conditions. Therefore a sustainable and efficient management of the water resources is necessary.
The cities Paita (leading port for industrial fish production) and Talara (centre of Peruvian oil production) are parts of the supply area next to the city Piura. These are designated centres of growth in northern Peru within the upcoming years.
The inadequate water supply and water pollution due to insufficient sewage treatment are a serious risk to the overall development of the region.
Reduction of water losses (physical water losses, e.g. through pipe bursts and commercial water losses, e.g. through insufficient billing and informal water connections),
Increased revenues through introduction of a new water tariffs system,
Strategic and financial planning for new infrastructure and rehabilitation of existing plants,
Human resources development and Change Management,
Improvements regarding transparency and effectiveness of internal processes,
Improvement of the financial situation and internal organization,
Support in Public Relations.