water

Sensitive

Attentive to people’s needs, in order to increase the well-being and trust of increasingly aware and demanding communities.

121,1 mln
To improve the quality of service and drinking water
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Consume less and better

Ensuring the availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation facilities for all.

The current situation

844 million people worldwide do not have safe water, and 1 in 3 people live without adequate sanitation. The average per-capita consumption in Italy is about 241 litres per day, confirming itself as the first in Europe in per-capita daily consumption.

38,1 mln
Investment for the five-year period 2018 - 2022

Intended for the technological renewal of the meter fleet

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As easy as drinking a glass of water

Propose sustainable production and consumption models.

The current situation

Italy is the European country with the highest per-capita consumption of bottled water (206 litres compared to 106 litres on European average) and second in the world after Mexico. 30% of Italians did not trust tap water in 2016, while on average 55% of European citizens say they drink tap water.

64 mln
Investment for the five-year period 2018 - 2022

Aimed at improving water quality

Raising awareness

We want to triple the number of CAP users who claim to drink only, or almost only, tap water, reaching 70% of users in 2033.

20% FOR 2018

40% FOR 2022

60% FOR 2027

70% FOR 2033

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Closer to communities

Propose sustainable production and consumption models.

The current situation

Access to water and water services is one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN for 2030. More than 5 million Italians are in a state of absolute poverty, equal to 8.5% of the population and 17% of the inhabitants of Lombardy. Late payment is a problem that affects 9% of Italian households and 2.6% of CAP users.

19 mln
Investment for the five-year period 2018 - 2022

Intended to reduce service interruption hours, guaranteeing specific standards

Users served by 2033

We want to serve an increasing percentage of families in difficulty, schools, public administration and hospitals, up to reaching 80% of users.

2022

20% of users

2027

60% of users

2033

80% of users