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Private sector involvement in Catalunya’s wastewater treatment infrastructure could increase dramatically. The move would face strong opposition from municipal leaders.
FCC’s decision to exit its long-running Proactiva joint venture with Veolia will allow aqualia to develop its regional business strategy in a new way. Richard Weyndling spoke to aqualia’s new CEO Félix Parra.
The Catalan government seems set on blocking Agbar’s efforts to wrest the lucrative ATLL concession from its rival Acciona Agua, appealing on 8th April an interim high court ruling which said that the contract could be revoked.
Falling incomes and rising tariffs have created an increasingly alarming bad debt problem for Spain’s municipal water utilities. What strategies are being adopted to mitigate the issue?
Spain’s economic crisis has created a climate conducive to cutting corners. The water concessions market is struggling to escape the contagion.
Dobromir Simidchiev, the pro-private sector deputy minister for regional development in Bulgaria, is expected to be retained in his post by the country’s new caretaker government, which was appointed on 12 March.
Three bidders have lined up to free Saur from Séché Environnement.
Acciona Agua’s global revenues pierced the €500 million threshold for the first time last year.
Suez Environnement shares suffered a big wobble on 14 February after the company reported full-year net income of €251 million.
Acciona Agua only succeeded in penetrating the world’s largest desalination market at the end of last year. Now it plans to make up for lost time.