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The contract regulating the management of the technical operations at the waterworks owned by the Dierdorf local authority association has been in place since 01 July 2016. Horst Rasbach, mayor of the Dierdorf local authority association, and Eberhard Leukel, plant manager, welcomed REMONDIS EURAWASSER’s employees and managing director Torsten Ohlert to the water tower in Dierdorf.
The Dierdorf local authority association currently consists of six local councils situated right in the heart of the Rhine-Westerwald nature preserve (District of Neuwied) close to the A3 motorway. “Having completed the tender process and awarded the contract to REMONDIS EURAWASSER, we know that we are working with experts. We will be able to use the company’s experience and know-how to ensure that our local inhabitants will continue to receive a reliable supply of high quality water,” commented Mayor Horst Rasbach.
A new public private partnership (PPP) was established on 01 July 2016 which is now responsible for performing a wide range of tasks. Besides operating the plants for extracting and processing the region’s drinking water, it must also maintain the 153 kilometres of drinking water pipes, the pumping stations and all the other plants and technology needed to guarantee the supply of water to the 10,000+ local residents. Moreover, REMONDIS will also be supporting the local authority association to develop more efficient and decentralised ways to fulfil their municipal tasks.
REMONDIS EURAWASSER, which is based in the German town of Grafschaft, took part in and won the Europe-wide tender. “We wish to work together closely with the Dierdorf local authority association’s own company and make the very most of our know-how to further develop the systems being used to supply drinking water in the district,” explained Torsten Ohlert. REMONDIS EURAWASSER is now responsible for managing the technical operations that had previously been carried out by the local authority association’s own company. All official tasks and duties remain in the hands of the local council.
Now working hand in hand: the Mayor of Dierdorf, Horst Rasbach, (left) and the EURAWASSER team with managing director, Torsten Ohlert (right)