Water, sanitation and hygiene. These three terms are represented by the acronym WASH. Safe and accessible drinking water, quality sanitation and good hygiene are essential to protect human health. A quality WASH system is all the more important during infectious disease epidemics, including the current COVID-19 pandemic.
WASH projects in developing countries aim to improve water quality, reduce water pollution and improve wastewater management, ensure access to safe and affordable drinking water, provide sanitation facilities, improve water use efficiency, as well as restore and protect water resources.
Our members offer a wide range of services reinforced by a wealth of experience in developing countries. For example, they have been involved in the construction and repair of water supply networks, rehabilitation of wastewater treatment plants, surveys of water systems, improving water quality and ensuring access to safe drinking water, introduction of proper wastewater management including innovative approaches suitable for implementation in developing countries, installation of household water filters and much more.
Also, in the field of exploration and remediation, our members are among the leading Central European companies in the field with extensive experience in the country and abroad.
Long-term practical skills and experience and the implementation of hundreds of projects gives members the ability to provide clients with complete support in finding the most appropriate solutions to environmental problems, including the development of a highly technical and environmentally friendly project and its successful implementation.