Caledonienne des Eaux has joined PWWA
Calédonienne des Eaux (CDE) was created in 1989 following the decision of the City of Nouméa to delegate its water and sanitation service to a private company, decision followed by other municipalities such as Dumbéa, Mont-Dore, Paita, La Foa, Boulouparis, Koumac, Voh, Koné and Pouembout.
With its subsidiary AQUA NORD, CDE provides in New Caledonia water services to 66 000 customers representing a population of 200 000 inhabitants. Its turnover in 2014 amounts to € 48 millions.
As part of SUEZ Environnement, CDE provides its customers (local authorities, industry and consumers) with concrete solutions to address new resource management challenges. Our development is based on the commitment and ambition of SUEZ Environnement to:
· support local authorities in developping together sustainable societies, smart cities that can address the new challenges of managing ressources
· support industries in the optimisation of their resources
· develop local human resources and a culture of diversity
· make innovation a driving force of industrial excellence
CDE aim to provide expert water optimization services in water networks, engineering, equipment, operation and maintenance. We pioneer advanced solutions through waste water recycling and seawater desalination.
CDE is proud to join the Pacific Water and Wastes Association (PWWA) to share experience with other utilities of the Pacific Region and built together better solutions for populations and environment.