Manavgat Water and Wastewater Project

EU funding: EUR 20,946,213

3rd Party Contributions: EUR 3,141,932

Duration:     Service component: completed in Aug 2015

Works 1: Completed in Oct 2014 incl. DNP

Works 2: Completed June 2017 at taking over phase

Supply: yet to be tendered

Beneficiaries: Antalya Metropolitan Municipality Water and Wastewater Administration General Directorate (ASAT)

Implementing Partners: Department of EU Investments under the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization

Overall objective:

  • improving public health by reducing drinking water supply interruptions, which may contribute to poor tap water quality. Supply interruptions will be within targets as a result of the project;
  • reduction of water losses. Real water losses will be reduced from 5.2 million cubic metres in 2007 (which constitute 58% of water production) to 2.8 million cubic metres in 2015 as a result of the project;
  • improvement of the technical and financial skills of the Municipality in order for long-term, sustainable and sound operation of the assets. Currently the technical and financial management capacity of the staff in the water and wastewater services of the Municipality is insufficient;
  • improvement of quality of the sewer network, which currently is in poor condition and of insufficient coverage.

 

Main activities:

  • Service component is for delivery of TA activities and supervision of works (implemented between Jan 2012 and Aug 2015)
  • Works1 for Construction of Managat Drinking Water Supply System implemented between 30 Jan 2012 and Oct 2014 including DNP
  • Works 2 for Construction of Wastewater Collectors and Sewerage network Commenced in Dec 2014 and almost completed (taking over is likely in June 2017)
  • Supply of equipment (tender not yet launched)

 

 

Estimated results:

Physical (output) indicators

Unit

Target

Installation of bulk flow meters

Units

2

Installation of pumps in new wells

Units

5

Installation of pumps in existing pump station

Units

3

Total drinking water and Wastewater pipeline

Km

160

A reinforced concrete reservoir

m3

10 000

Replacement of galvanized house connections

Units

617

Performance (result) indicators

Unit

Target

Rate of water losses reduced to

%

35

Increase in metering of water supplies

%

100

Increase in drinking water quality compliance with standards

%

100

Rate of non-revenue water reduced to

%

41