Water supply and wastewater networks

Water supply & wastewater networks

When distributing water to consumers, it is essential to make the water available on a permanent basis in the required quantity, in adequate quality and at sufficient pressure. Today, substantial water losses in existing supply networks jeopardise the objective of ensuring a continuous water supply. That is why addressing this problem becomes increasingly important.

In sewer systems a distinction is made between combined and separate systems. In addition to the production of master plans, feasibility studies and the design of new systems, ILF’s engineering services in this area also include the expansion and rehabilitation of existing sewer systems with the aim of utilising available system components to the greatest possible extent.


Fields of expertise:

Water supply networks:

  • Spring catchment
  • Reservoirs/tanks
  • Pumping stations
  • Water distribution networks
  • Hydraulic modelling
  • Wells
  • Ground water models

Wastewater networks:

  • Sewage pumping stations
  • Combined and separate sewer systems
  • Stormwater treatment facilities

Water Projects in Prahova, Bacau, Neamt, Iasi, Buzau

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Korça – Water Supply and Sewer System, Phases I, II and III

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Rehabilitation of Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Systems II

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Irbid and Beit Ras Wastewater Networks

ILF is leading a team of international and national experts to provide improved wastewater services to residents in Irbid and Beit Ras, Jordan.