The network and wells

The sewer network

The sewer network is the set of works that allows the waste water treatment plants to carry the waste water from our homes, as well as industrial waste water in some cases, and rainwater. The discharge water, also called waste water, is brought to the waste water treatment plants to be treated, and then cleaned before being “returned” to nature.

6.500 Km
of sewer network

Of these, 487 km consist of inter-municipal trunk lines

Non-potable groundwater wells

Non-potable groundwater wells aim to catch water from the most superficial groundwater that cannot be drunk but is excellent for irrigating fields and for agricultural uses in general. Thanks to a non-potable groundwater well, the use of network water for non-drinking uses is avoided, decreasing the exploitation of the deep aquifer resources.

79
79 non-potable groundwater wells

made by CAP Group, forming an efficient network for the territory.

Networks and citizens

We pay special attention to our customers and receive many rewards in return. Here are the results of research on a sample of 1352 customers in the territory who were asked about our services.

87%

Satisfied with the water service

89%

Satisfied with the sewer system

94%

Satisfied with the water houses