water and sewage in south of spain
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Asked by: blabitar-ga
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25 Sep 2006 05:27 PDT
Expires: 12 Oct 2006 23:36 PDT
Question ID: 768190
How are freshwater and sewage organised and priced in Malaga Spain. Are all city houses connected to public water and sewage? Who owns the infrastucture, water source, sewage plants? public or private? What are the prices for private households? separete water and sewage? Can anyone own all different parts in the infrastructure of water and sewage? e.g can a private company deliver water and another company own the infrastucture?
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Re: water and sewage in south of spain
From: mlclm9-ga on 26 Sep 2006 05:14 PDT
Emasa (www.emasa.es) Empresa Municipal de Aguas de Málaga is the public company who owns the infrastructure and supplies the water. They bring the water to the homes by their pipes and guaratize the quality of the water. Yes, they also manage sewage and they have sewage plants. They supply these services exclusively. You have one fee for having the water and the sewage and then you pay for the water you use.
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