Canal de Isabel II is the utility responsible for managing the water cycle in the region of Madrid. With more than 2.300 employees, CYII provides drinking water and sanitation services to almost six million people. Madrid's water supply system highly depends on surface water reservoirs and thus is vulnerable to reduced precipitation and confronted with increased water scarcity. Hence, the selection of the most cost efficient solution to provide reliable UWCS is a paramount ambition. Water reuse will increasingly play a role in the portfolio, be it as service water for public green irrigation and street cleansing or as alternative water resource for agriculture. Utilisation of water of inferior quality is a challenge to be tackled in TRUST.
CONTACT. José Serrano Paradinas