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Water, energy, wastewater & waste in Casablanca by Saïd Chadli, Director of INDH-INMDE
 

Water, energy, wastewater & waste in Casablanca by Saïd Chadli, Director of INDH-INMDE

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Presentation on 'Water, energy, wastewater & waste in Casablanca' by Saïd Chadli, Director of INDH-INMDE, at International 2014 UN-Water Annual International Zaragoza Conference. Preparing for World ...

Presentation on 'Water, energy, wastewater & waste in Casablanca' by Saïd Chadli, Director of INDH-INMDE, at International 2014 UN-Water Annual International Zaragoza Conference. Preparing for World Water Day 2014: Partnerships for improving water and energy access, efficiency and sustainability. 13-16 January 2014.

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  • For a 30-year period that began in 1997, Lydec, a Moroccan subsidiary of Suez-Environnement, has been entrusted with the distribution of electricity and drinking water, wastewater collection and public lighting in the Greater Casablanca area. <br />
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  • For a 30-year period that began in 1997, Lydec, a Moroccan subsidiary of Suez-Environnement, has been entrusted with the distribution of electricity and drinking water, wastewater collection and public lighting in the Greater Casablanca area. <br />
  • Impacts of the arrival of services <br /> The INDH-INMAE project and all its donors have contributed to bringing about many changes in <br /> these neighbourhoods that were hitherto deprived of infrastructures. Amongst other, the main <br /> impacts generated by the connection to the water and wastewater facilities are the arousal of the <br /> awareness by the public authorities, which will eventually release investments to upgrade <br /> neighbourhood facilities, the- near-immediate construction investments like construction of first <br /> floors, façade renovation or sanitary facilities, a more bustling neighbourhood life. <br /> Women and children usually bear the burden of water collection, once households are connected the <br /> time, previously spent on that task, can be invested in other activities and more specifically on <br /> education. Women can learn to read and to write and eventually take part in the neighborhood life <br /> and develop associative activities. For instance, they can organize small income generating projects <br /> like embroidery and sewing workshops which provides them with additional revenue. For children <br /> and especially for little girls, a return to normal schooling is widely observed. <br /> It is also interesting to notice that the neighbourhood’s image has shifted from being <br /> underprivileged to becoming popular. <br />

Water, energy, wastewater & waste in Casablanca by Saïd Chadli, Director of INDH-INMDE Water, energy, wastewater & waste in Casablanca by Saïd Chadli, Director of INDH-INMDE Presentation Transcript

  • Water, energy, wastewater & waste in Casablanca
  • Lydec - General Overview • Historical operator of services in the Greater Casablanca Area • 4 delegated services :  Water distribution  Electricity distribution  Waste water collection and treatment, storm water collection  Public lighting (may 2009) • A 30-year management contract signed in 1997 • Around 3500 Employees • Listed on Casablanca’s stock exchange market
  • Focus on Lydec’s core businesses WATER SANITATION  29 water tanks and tower for a total 624 330 m3 storage  20 pumping stations,  68 pumps  4 661 km of network   POWER PUBLIC LIGHTING 76 wastewater plants  of which 2 pretreatment plants 115 500 lighting points and 3 150 km of network  10 source substantions HV/MV generating 1 390 MVA 176 pumps 12,6 km of renewed network & 10 km of network extansion – through 27 projects  About 3000 public distribution substation MV/LV et 1 650 client lines managed  2 260 km of MV network 4 251 km of wastewater collectors 
  • Greater Casablanca 5 Millions inhabitants Municipalities supplied by Lydec with water, sanitation, electricity and public lighting Municipalities supplied by Lydec with water and sanitation Municipalities supplied by Lydec with electricity and public lighting 20% lived in sub-standard housing
  • The prices for purchase and sale of water and electricity in Casablanca are fixed by autorities (Arrêtés & Décisions du Comité Technique de suivi). A 3 LEVEL PRICE EQUALIZATION SYSTEM FOR WATER CONSUMTION Equalization at National level  Purchase of water at a price above the calculated cost of production Contractual Equilization  According to the delegated management contract, allowing a multi-services management, the income from power distribution activity are used to finance water and sanitation infrastructure. Price Equalization  Social Equalization Application of a social tariff and progressive pricing 5
  • Prices for households (1,3 million households) + 60 % of volume consumed by the households is within the first 2 brakets Water monthly price (excluding 7% VAT) Prices 2,99 Price bracket 2 : 6 < m3 <= 8 3,15 Price bracket 3 : 8 < m3 <= 20 10,30 Price bracket 4 : > 20 m3 Fixed fee Water Price bracket 1 : <= 6 m3 14,08 7,00 Electricity monthly price (excluding 14% VAT) Electricity Price bracket 1 : <= 100 kWh 0,8496 Price bracket 2 : 100 < kWh<= 200 0,9227 Price bracket 3 : 200 < kWh <= 500 1,0039 Price bracket 4 : > 500 kWh 1,3717
  • Household consumption and expenses per month :  58 % Households Water and sanitation : consume less than 8 m3, maximum 4 EUR TTC/ month  45 % Households Electricity : consume less than 100 kWh, maximum 10 EUR TTC/ month > All households pay for the first 8 m3 less expensive than the price Lydec pays to the supplier. > 60% of volume consumed by the households is within the first 2 brakets for water .
  • INDH-INMAE Project - Key figures : Targets of the project : 276 neighbourhoods to be connected 80.900 households – 500.000 people concerned Financial situation : Beneficiaries’ contributions : Subsidies and donations : Public partners : 8% Delegated management : 53% Housing solidarity fund : Financing requirements : Total : 15.9 M€ 9.7% 26.4 M€ 16.2% 17.4 M€ 10.7% 39.8 M€ 24.4% 12% 0.1 M€ 0.1% 63.6 M€ 39.0% 163.2 M€ 100.0% 8
  • Contributing to urban inclusion of informal settlements: Services, leverage effect on development Development Housing Land Permits Services Social & economical Dynamic Improvement of the built environment Land Title Regularization Water / Waste Water/ Electricity
  • A dedicated customer department providing support throughout the project Before, during and after the realization of the work, the role of the customer department is to assist beneficiaries in every phase of the operation.