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EWA (European Water Association) JSWA (Japan Sewage Works Association) WEF (Water Environment Federation) in cooperation with IFAT - Messe München

6th EWA/JSWA/WEF Joint Conference "Resilience of the Water Sector"

Munich, Germany // 15 May 2018 - 18 May 2018

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Resilience is a strong emerging theme within many parts of the water sector.  From long term water resource availability and water quality impacts of droughts, to the need for resilience against short lead time disruptive events such as floods and earthquakes. These types of events not only disrupt water sector infrastructure and operations, they also impact on other infrastructure that a reliable water sector depends on. This includes electrical power supplies, telecommunications, and transportation as well as disruption to the supply chain.  The impact of such events can be long lasting and far reaching, impacting negatively on customers, the environment, and business performance.  Ultimately, the need for resilience is a significant business risk management issue.

This joint conference seeks to explore ways in which the sector in its broadest terms is developing resilient systems, assets, and operations so that business continuity risk is well managed in the face of adverse conditions. The intention is to share experience from across the world covering: real life examples of lessons learned from significant events; good practice in the response to events; and current activities that are strengthening resilience.

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Kontribuar nga Katerina Schilling ndezur 06 December 2017

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Research Report

16 December 2017

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Evis Gjebrea, Oltjana Zoto

Regionalization of Water Supply and Sewerage Companies as a Solution for the Efficiency of Water Supply and Sewerage Sector: Case of Albania

The aim of this paper is to analyze the efficiency of water supply and sewerage sector in Albania. The study focuses on the current situation of water supply and sewerage companies for the entire year 2011, as well an analysis of factors creating premises for achieving efficiency benefits. For the purposes of this study an analysis of three performance indicators that have a serious impact on the financial sustainability of a typical water and sewerage company is carried out using the data from the Performance Monitoring and Benchmarking Program for all water companies in Albania. The data are calculated based on weighted average basis for groupings of water companies/utilities using the “population served” by the company as the basis of “scale”. The main result of the analysis is that the potential for economies of scale can exist in the case of Albania since 74% of water supply and sewerage companies serve a number of populations of less than 50,000 inhabitants. The result of the analysis shows that an increase in served population will normally be related to an increased population density, which also direclty contributes to achieving economies of scale and getting above a served population of 100,000 people are where economies of scale can start to make a real difference. In order to achieve this efficiency, the aggregation of companies and creation of regions may be the solution for this efficiency to be realized.

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Kontribuar nga David Michaud ndezur 08 December 2016

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Research Report

16 December 2017

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World Bank

Decentralization and Service Delivery in Albania: Governance in the Water Sector

This review of the water sector in Albania was prepared as a background paper to the World Bank’s Country Partnership Strategy for Albania for 2011–2014. This review draws on past analytical work on decentralization in Albania as well as relevant World Bank-financed operations such as the Water Sector Investment Project.

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Kontribuar nga David Michaud ndezur 08 December 2016

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Research Report

2017

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World Bank - Danube Water Program

Albania Country Note

Water and Wastewater Services in the Danube Region - A state of the sector

This note is part of a regional state of the sector review and makes an overall assessment of the state of the sector along different dimensions - namely the context for services, the organization of services, access to services, performance of services and the financing of services.

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