The world’s 3rd-largest water company. Present at all stages of the water cycle.
aqualia, gestión integral del agua, S.A. is the water management company of FCC, one of the largest European services groups. aqualia responds to the needs of all parties, private and public, at all stages of the water cycle, providing water for human, industrial, and agricultural uses. Its main activity is the management of municipal water services.
The world’s third-largest water management company.
In a short space of time aqualia has positioned itself as a leader in the sector, a cohesive, specialist operator at the forefront of the sector thanks to a highly-specialised and committed team that is constantly seeking new ways to improve efficiency in production processes and optimise resources.
This modus operandi, which has enabled aqualia to consolidate itself as leader in the domestic market, is also apparent in export markets, with a strategy formulated to consolidate ambitious but prudent growth overseas.
According to Global Water Intelligence, aqualia is currently the third-largest water management company in the world.
Committed to the environment
The social objective of aqualia is to obtain water and make it suitable for human consumption in accordance with strict quality, distribution and subsequent treatment controls, in order to return it to the environment in satisfactory volumes and in acceptable condition, using the resources and materials employed in the process in an efficient and sustainable manner.
aqualia conducts initiatives that, as part of FCC environmental policy, are aimed at ensuring a more efficient use of natural resources, more rational energy use and the identification of risks associated with the activities of the company.
aqualia commitment to innovation results in its over twenty Spanish and European R&D projects managed by its Innovation and Technology Department in areas such as drinking water treatment, desalination, water distribution, waste water treatment, resources recovery, water-energy nexus, water-ICT, and smart cities.