World Waternet delegates were recently in the Company for knowledge exchange and training on hydraulic modelling, pro-poor water and sanitations services strategies, leader-ship development and waste water treatment.
The Acting Managing Director Eng. Nahason Muguna received them and gave them a brief of the current water production and the strategies employed to reduce Non-Revenue Water.
“We are pleased to host you. Our strategic plan will soon expire and we hope that the views and outcomes of the exchange programme will be incorporated as we come up with a new one. Our singular focus is on reduction of Non-Revenue Water” He said.
Focus areas under the WaterworX project are: Optimization of the processes of water treatment plants and catchment areas to save water, energy and chemicals, mapping for effective new connections as well capacity building and behavioral change through training of personnel.
Last year, the Company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Worldwaternet with the overall objective of increasing the number of people connected to safe drinking water and sanitation in Nairobi City.
World Waternet contributes to sustainable Development Goals, integral solutions for global water challenges and strengthens water organizations by sharing high-value hands-on knowledge and skills of the whole water cycle in long-term Water Operators Partnerships (WOPs), joint ventures and knowledge partnerships.