Set up water and electricity services in Casablanca, Morocco, in line with its future economic and demographic growth
The agglomeration of Casablanca opted in 1997 for a delegated management of its drinking water, sanitation and electricity distribution networks, with a view to achieving high performance objectives. Within the framework of a 30-year concession contract, SUEZ successfully undertook the modernisation of Casablanca's infrastructures, providing the city with services that enabled it to integrate its growth and look to the future.
Improve the performance of the drinking water, sanitation and electricity networks in the economic capital of Morocco
Implement high quality networks to support the development of Casablanca
- Installation of flow meters to evaluate the volumes of water distributed.
- Use of expert water network monitoring software, Aquadvanced.
- Pipe inspection and leak detection.
- the rehabilitation of former collectors;
- the construction of a flood relief channel that can protect the city against a flood of 140 m3/s while also cleaning up the coastal tourist area.
- inspection of collectors using cameras;
- manual and hydrodynamic cleaning operations, and notably the design of the MARINE HYDROPHOS machine for the cleaning of large collectors;
- nano scrubbers for the optimal operation and maintenance of the sewerage network in the medina.
Guarantee electricity distribution and cut the number of power outages by four
- the establishment of the Central Operations Office, which provides a comprehensive view of the networks and increased operational safety;
- preventive maintenance, saving on operating costs and increasing performance;
- reinforced surveillance of network risk points by means of infrared cameras, detection devices and mobile laboratory units.
Provide better quality of service for consumers
25 million m3