MOROCCAN DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION ASSOCIATION (AMEPA): OVER 25 YEARS SERVING THE MOROCCAN WATER SECTOR

MOROCCAN DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION ASSOCIATION (AMEPA): OVER 25 YEARS SERVING THE MOROCCAN WATER SECTOR

AMEPA news :

  • Developing the work program of the AMEPA Industrial Integration Committee in consultation with the Sectoral Directorate of the Ministry of Industry and Trade: (January 2024) Read More...

  • Preparation of the consultation, the draft scientific program and the procedures for the organization of the 1st edition of the AMEPA exhibition “AMEPA INTERNATIONAL WATER CONGRESS & EXHIBITION”: (November 2023) Read More...

  • Joint organization with the Dutch Embassy in Rabat of the first edition of the “Dutch Moroccan Water Days” on October 10, 2023 at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Casablanca Read More...

  • Participation with AMDIE in the launch of the 2024-2026 three-year Export support program entitled “EXPORT MOROCCO NOW” in September 2023 Read More...

  • Organization of the participation of Moroccan water sector companies in the economic and commercial mission to Nouakchott organized by the CGEM on September 25 and 26, 2023 Read More...

  • Participation in the work of the international exchange workshop on “unconventional water resources and associated renewable energies” organized by ONEE and the Mediterranean Water Institute (IME) at ONEE headquarters in Rabat , June 22 and 23, 2023 Read More...

  • Joint organization with the IEA, at the IEA training center at the ONEE headquarters in Rabat, of two training courses on the theme “Wastewater Treatment Processes”: (May 23 and 24, 2023 and 10 and October 11, 2023) Read More...

  • Organization of the participation of Moroccan water sector companies in the Mauritania-Morocco Economic Forum, organized by the CGEM and the National Union of Mauritanian Employers (UNPM) on February 22 and 23, 2023 in Nouakchott Read More...

  • Participation in the AAE International Water and Sanitation Congress and Exhibition in Abidjan, Ivory Coast from February 19 to 23, 2023 Read More...

  • Joint organization with the European consortium AEWEN and AMDIE of a business meeting between several European companies and Moroccan companies on January 5, 2023 in Casablanca Read More...

  • AMEPA is organizing a seminar ion October 19, 2022 in Salé on the theme: “Management of water deficits in relation to climate change” Read More...

  • AMEPA organizes on March 30, 2022 in Oujda with the support of RADEEO its annual conference on the investment programs of operators in the water sector in Morocco. Read More...

  • AMEPA is organizing the Forum “Morocco – Sichuan: for a Win-Win Partnership in the Water Sector”. Read More...

  • AMEPA is preparing the launch of the 1st edition of its quarterly newsletter Read More...

  • AMEPA participates in the 20 AAE International Water Congress in Kampala in February 2020. Read More...

AMEPA EXECUTIVE BOARD

LAST NAME AND FIRST NAME FUNCTION WITHIN THE BOARD FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION
Abderrahim EL HAFIDI President DG of ONEE
Moncef ZIANI 1st Vice-President -
Mustapha EL HABTI 2nd Vice-President Governor, Director of the DRPL
Abdelaziz TAARIJI Advisor to the President CEO of SEHI
Tarik LYAZAMI 3rd Vice-President President of AMEC
Safae RIFFI AMARTI 4rd Vice-President DG of RADEEO
Asma EL KASMI General secretary Director at ONEE
Mohamed SERRAJ Deputy General Secretary Pole Director at ONEE
Salma AMGAAD General Treasurer DG of SOGETRAMA
Khalid NADIFI Deputy General Treasurer DG of Water Management consulting
Abdelkader SAIDI Assessor Principal Engineer at DRPL
Nasr CHOUHID Assessor DG of VEOLIA Maroc
Jean-Pascal DARRIET Assessor DG of LYDEC
Abdeljabbar LAHBABI Assessor DG of SNCE
Taoufiq ZEROUALI MARZOUKI Assessor DG of NOVEC
Mustapha BOUHAMIDI Assessor DG of Holding Baraka
Abdellah ILHAMI Assessor DG of RAK
El HASSAN EL MAHRAZ Assessor DG of l’ADI
EL Mostafa ESSADAOUI Assessor CEO of FORASOL
Mohamed MAHBOUB Assessor Vice-President at FNBTP
Mohamed AMINE Assessor DG of WATEC
Mostafa ABDOUH Assessor DG of SATGHY

The AMEPA committees have set themselves an ambitious action program for the period 2019 - 2023. The purpose of this action program is to define a general framework for the execution of the orientations and expectations formulated by the different players in the sector.

The committees of AMEPA are as follows:

 

 

 

Commissions Membres
Scientific and technical committee

Coordinator     : M. EL Hassan EL MAHRAZ.

Members         :

  1. Mustapha BOUHAMIDI,
  2. Saad MRHARI
  3. Khalid NADIFI,
  4. M. Driss EL OUAZZANI.
Communication committee

Coordinator     : Mrs. Safae RIFFI AMARTI.

Members         :

  1. Taoufiq ZEROUALI MARZOUKI,
  2. Tarik LYAZAMI,
  3. M. Mohammed AMINE
Export and External Relations Committee

Coordinator     : M. Moncef ZIANI.

Members         :

  1. Mustapha BOUHAMIDI,
  2. Abdeljabbar LAHBABI,
  3. Mohamed MAHBOUB,
  4. Abdelaziz TAARIJI,
  5. Abdesslam RGUIGUE,
  6. Fatima MOUSTAFHIM.
Standardization Committee

Coordinator     : M. Mustapha BOUHAMIDI.

Members         :

  1. El HASSAN EL MAHRAZ,
  2. Khalid NADIFI,
  3. Ahmed CHALABI,
  4. M. Abdelakder SAIDI.
Finance Committee

Coordinator     : Mrs. Salma AMGAAD.

Members         :

  1. Mrs Nawal KHALIFA,
  2. Khalid NADIFI,
  3. Taoufiq ZEROUALI MARZOUKI,
  4. M. Abdelakder SAIDI.
Training and Research Committee

Coordinator     : Mrs. Asma EL KASMI.

Members         :

  1. Driss EL OUAZZANI,
  2. Khalid NADIFI,
  3. EL Mostafa ESSADAOUI,
  4. M. EL Hassan EL MAHRAZ.M.

FOREIGN PARTNERS

The African Development Bank

The Islamic Development Bank

Mediterranean Water Institute (IME)

World Water Council

International Network of Basin Organizations (RIOB)

French Association Ea-EcoEntreprises

French Association (ASTEE)

French Association (SWELIA)

Small and Medium Enterprises Exporters Association (SME-E.A)

African Water Association (Afwa)

International Water Association (IWA)

Arab Countries Water Utilities Association (ACWUA)

NATIONAL PARTNERS

National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water (ONEE)

The Department of Local Public Networks of the Ministry of the Interior (DRPL)

Department of Water of the Ministry of Equipment

Lydec

Veolia Maroc

CGEM (General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises)

Moroccan Agency for the Development of Investments and Exports

FMCI (Moroccan Federation of Consulting and Engineering)

AMEC (Moroccan Association of Pipe Companies)

AMEF (Moroccan Association of Forging Companies)

AMIB (Moroccan Association of the Concrete Industry)

ATEPE (Moroccan Association for Pumping and Purifying Water Treatment)

FNBTP (National Federation of Building and Public Works)

Mohammed V University of Sciences

Mohammedia School of Engineers (EMI)

IAV

Hassania School of Public Works

Universities and research organizations

International Affiliation

Since its creation in 1997, AMEPA has been keen to develop its relations with international partners in the water and sanitation sector and promote exchanges and sharing of information and experiences.

In this context and in order to perpetuate its relations with the main world networks in the water and sanitation sector, AMEPA has joined the following organizations:

Mediterranean Water Institute (IME)

World Water Council

International Network of Basin Organizations (RIOB)

African Water Association (Afwa)

International Water Association (IWA)

International actions

International actions

 

Based on its various management structures, AMEPA has to its credit a battery of achievements, contributing to the promotion of the water sector at the national level and its influence at the international level.

So many missions that AMEPA accomplishes in consultation with its members, thus constituting a real platform for training and support, to give the Moroccan water sector a powerful force for proposing to the public authorities.

As an indication we quote:

Organization of international events in Morocco (Afwa and IWA Congress)

  • Congress of the Afwa in 1998 in Casablanca;
  • IWA Congress in 2004 in Marrakech;
  • Afwa Congress in 2012 in Marrakech;
  • Scientific and Technical Council of the Afwa for years:
  • 2007 in Tangier;
  • 2012 in Rabat;
  • 2017 in Skhirat.

 

Coordination of the participation of Moroccan delegations in the most important international events and congresses (IWA, Afwa, World Water Forum, etc ...)

  • AFWA Congress in 2000 in Durban, South Africa;
  • AFWA Congress in 2002 in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso;
  • AFWA Congress in 2004 in Accra, Ghana;
  • AFWA Congress in 2006 in Algiers, Algeria;
  • AFWA Congress in 2008 in Cotonou, Benin;
  • IWA Congress 2008 in Vienna, Austria;
  • World Water Forum in 2009 in Istanbul, Turkey;
  • AFWA Congress 2010 in Kampala, Uganda;
  • AFWA Congress in 2014 in Abidjan in Ivory Coast;
  • AFWA Congress in 2016 in Nairobi, Kenya;
  • COP 22 in 2016 in Marrakech;
  • AFWA Congress in 2018 in Bamako, Mali;
  • AFWA Congress in 2020 in Kampala, Uganda;

Organization of prospecting missions in Africa:

  • Exploration mission in 2002 to Mali and Niger;
  • Prospection mission in 2015 to Guinea Conakry;
  • Exploration mission in 2016 in Senegal;
  • Exploration mission in 2016 in Cameroon;
  • Prospecting mission in 2019 in Senegal;

 

Organization of the International Water Fair: “Eau expo and Forum de l'Eau” (biennial).

In terms of Partnership with foreign organizations:

  • Collaboration and partnership agreement with the French Association Ea-EcoEntreprises.
  • Collaboration and partnership agreement with the French Association ASTEE.
  • Collaboration and partnership agreement with the French Association SWELIA.
  • Collaboration agreement and several other international organizations (Holland, Spain, etc.)
  • Collaboration and partnership agreement with the Egyptian Association of Exporting Companies.

Newsletter N°1 de l'AMEPA

Photo library

AMEPA Office Meeting

AMEPA Office Meeting

Meeting of the President with companies in the sector

Meeting of the President with companies in the sector

Mr. Abderrahim EL HAFIDI President of AMEPA

Mr. Abderrahim EL HAFIDI President of AMEPA

Royal inauguration

CST of the AAE

CST of the AAE in Rabat 2018

AAE Kampala Congress 2020

AAE Kampala Congress 2020

AAE Kampala Congress 2020

AAE Kampala Congress 2020

AMEPA General Assembly - July 2019

AMEPA General Assembly - July 2019

Amepa institutional films

AMEPA statutes and internal regulations

The role of federator of national stakeholders in the water and sanitation sector, allows AMEPA to contribute to bringing together professionals and young skills in the sector.

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    1. Hydro-climatic context:

    Morocco is characterized by a climate that is both Mediterranean in the north and arid in the south and southeast of the Atlas, with a hot and dry season and a cold and wet season.

    The rainfall regime in Morocco is characterized by high spatial variability. The average annual precipitation is distributed as follows:

    • Greater than 800 mm in the wettest region in the north;
    • Between 400 to 600 mm in the Center region;
    • Between 200 and 400 mm in the Oriental and Souss region;
    • Between 50 and 200 mm in the South Atlas areas;
    • And less than 50 mm in the Sakia El Hamra and Oued Eddahab basins.

     

    Average annual rainfall is estimated at 140 billion m³ with great inter-annual variability. The figure below shows the normals for annual aggregates at the national level.

    Rainfall in Morocco is characterized by great variability over time with the succession of rainy periods and periods of drought.

    2. Potential of water resources:

    Morocco’s natural water resources are among the weakest in the world. Indeed, the potential of natural water resources is estimated at 22 billion m3 per year, or the equivalent of 700 m3 / inhabitant / year.

    • Surface water:

    Surface water resources throughout the country are estimated at an average year of 18 billion m³, varying depending on the year from 5 billion m³ to 50 billion m³.

    Uneven distribution in time and space:

    The hydrological regime of all the basins is characterized by a very large interannual variability marked by the alternation of wet and dry sequences, interspersed by years of high hydraulicity or severe drought. The Ouergha basin, for example, one of the most productive basins in the country, with an average contribution of 2.5 billion m³ per year, recorded extreme inflows varying from 0.1 billion m³ in 1994- 1995 to 4.2 Billion m³ in 1996-1997. Almost all of the 4.2 billion m³ were recorded during the months of November and December 1996.

    The large regional disparity in precipitation also induces a large spatial variability in surface water flows. These vary from a few million m³ for the most arid basins, such as the Saharan basins, Souss-Massa-Tiznit-Ifni, Ziz, Rhéris, Guir, Bouâanane and Maïder to billions of m³ per year for the basins the most watered ones, such as the Loukkos, Tangérois, Coastal Mediterranean and Sebou basins. The northern basins (Loukkos, Tangérois and Coastal Mediterranean) and Sebou which cover almost 7% of the country’s surface area with more than half of the water resources.

    • Underground water:

    Groundwater represents around 20% of the country’s water resource potential. Of the 103 slicks listed, 21 are deep slicks and 82 shallow. The most important aquifer systems cover a total area of nearly 80,000 km², or about 10% of the territory. In the current state of knowledge, the groundwater potential is of the order of 4.2 billion m³ per year.

     

    3. Water Policy:

    The water sector in Morocco has benefited from a particular interest of the public authorities and has been at the center of the concerns of economic policies because of its decisive role in the water security of the country and the support of its development, in particular the irrigated agriculture.

    In this context, Morocco has long embarked on a dynamic policy to provide the country with an important hydraulic infrastructure, improve access to drinking water, meet the needs of industries and tourism and the development of irrigation in large scale.

    Indeed, Morocco has succeeded in building an efficient model of water management, specific to the country and cited as an example at the international level.

    Behind this undeniable success:

    • The policy of controlling and mobilizing water resources through the construction of large reservoir dams and water transfer structures.
    • The development of technical skills and applied scientific research.
    • A long-term planning policy launched in the early 1980s which allows decision-makers to anticipate water scarcity by giving public authorities long-term visibility (20 to 30 years).
    • And finally, significant advances in the regulatory and institutional field, in this case Law 10-95 which consolidated the integrated, participatory and decentralized management of water resources through the creation of water basin agencies and the introduction of water resources. Financial mechanisms for the protection and preservation of water resources.

    This policy has made it possible to provide the country with an important hydraulic infrastructure made up of 139 large dams (graph below) with a total capacity of nearly 17.6 billion m3 and several thousand boreholes and wells collecting groundwater.

    These infrastructures made it possible to ensure:

    • The development of irrigation in large-scale.

    Currently, the area equipped by the care of the State exceeds 1 million hectares. By irrigation method, the areas equipped with surface irrigation represent 70% of the area equipped with perennial irrigation, those equipped with sprinkling cover 9% of the equipped area, and those equipped with localized irrigation occupy 21% of the equipped area.

    • The supply of drinking water to the populations.

    Access to drinking water is generalized in urban areas with an individual connection rate to the network of 94%, the rest of the population, located in the outskirts of semi-urban areas, is served by standpipes. In rural areas, the rate of access to drinking water has grown spectacularly in recent years, dropping from 14% in 1994 to 94% in 2014.

    • Flood protection

    Significant efforts have been made to mitigate the effects of the Great Plains flooding. As such, the Department of Water (DE) carried out the Study of the National Flood Protection Plan (PNI) which made it possible to inventory approximately 400 sites exposed to flooding, which were the subject of ” consultation at the level of the Water Basin Agencies with the various departments concerned.

    In parallel with the physical actions, measures to improve preventive measures have been carried out focusing on strengthening hydrometeorological activity, in particular improving the flood warning system and modernizing the measurement networks.

    • Hydroelectric production

    The hydroelectric plants built up to 2010 have a total installed capacity of around 1,730 MW, including nearly 460 MW at the Afourer turbine and pumping station.

     

     

    • Evolution of installed power in MW

    Nevertheless, the water sector remains faced with major challenges linked to the scarcity of water resources and the accentuation of extreme climatic phenomena (floods and droughts) under the effect of climate change, to the inadequacy of resources. with continuously growing water needs due to demographic growth and socio-economic development, particularly in the agricultural sector (Green Morocco Plan) and the various sites inaugurated by HM King Mohamed VI, to the overexploitation of water resources underground and the deterioration of the quality of water resources.

     

    The National Water Plan

    To consolidate the achievements and meet the aforementioned challenges, the Minister Delegate in charge of Water has drawn up the National Water Plan, constituting an extension of the orientations of the national water strategy presented to His Majesty on April 14, 2009 in Fes.

    The main principles taken into consideration in the development of the PNE action plans mainly relate to:

    • integrated and concerted management of water demand and resources,
    • strengthening the country’s water security and adaptation to climate change,
    • solidarity in its various dimensions,
    • the promotion of good governance of the water sector and the search for the effectiveness of the action of the actors, the search for convergence and the alignment of sectoral programs,
    • and the search for mechanisms and means of financing the water sector, combining public subsidies and direct cost recovery through tariffs for water services.

     

    The PNE is based on three pillars namely:

     

    1. Management of water demand and water recovery:

    In the field of drinking water, in addition to the objectives of generalizing access to drinking water, improving the efficiency of drinking water distribution networks.

    In the agricultural sector, the extension of the reconversion program to localized irrigation based on the objectives of the Green Morocco Plan (2020) until 2030.

    For better use of water resources, the acceleration of the hydro-agricultural development program downstream of existing dams or in the process of being built.

    1. Development of the offer: through continued mobilization of surface water through dams, local development of surface water through small dams, use of unconventional water resources, in particular desalination seawater and the reuse of purified wastewater and the possibility of transferring water from the surplus water basins in the Northwest to the deficit basins in the Center-West.
    2. Preservation of water resources, of the natural environment and adaptation to climate change by preserving the quality of water resources and the fight against pollution, protection and sustainable management of groundwater, development and protection of water resources. watersheds and the safeguard and preservation of sensitive areas, particularly wetlands and oases.

    In the context of adaptation to climate change and for better control of extreme phenomena, the PNE proposes actions for the protection against floods and the fight against the effects of drought.

    The PNE also proposes the continuation of regulatory and institutional reforms, the revision of the Water Law 10-95 and its harmonization with related laws.

    Taking into account, on the one hand, these weaknesses and, on the other hand, the need to take into account the principle of the right to water and a healthy environment provided for by the 2011 constitution and the objectives and principles of the aforementioned framework law n ° 99.12, it has become necessary to revise the law on water so that it can support the changes underway at the legal, socio-economic and climatic levels.

    To conduct this review, the government water authority carried out broad national and regional consultations. These consultations made it possible to take into account the comments and proposals of all stakeholders.

    The main objectives of this revision are the consolidation of the achievements made by the implementation of Law No. 10-95 on water and the improvement of governance of the water sector, in particular, through the simplification procedures, strengthening of the regulatory framework relating to the recovery of rainwater and wastewater, the establishment of a regulatory framework for seawater desalination, strengthening of the institutional framework and tools for protection and preservation water resources and improving the conditions for preventing extreme phenomena linked to climate change.

    In order to achieve these objectives, Law No. 36.15 on water has been drafted. It includes 163 articles spread over 12 chapters.

    This law is based on fundamental principles among which the public domain of water, the right of all citizens to access water and a healthy environment, water management according to good governance practices. which include consultation and participation of the various parties concerned, integrated and decentralized management of water resources while strengthening spatial solidarity, protection of the natural environment, promotion of sustainable development and integration of the gender approach in matters development and management of water resources.

    4. Presentation of operators of the water sector in Morocco:

    The Department of Water of the Ministry of Equipment:

    Main missions:

    • Research and evaluation of water resources.
    • Assessment of surface and underground water resources;
    • Water planning and management;
    • Control and protection of the quality of water resources;
    • The study of hydraulic structures;
    • Construction, maintenance and operation of hydraulic structures;
    • Studies and construction of small hydraulic structures, in particular for the fight against the effects of drought and protection against floods;
    • Research and development in the fields of climate and water;
    • Meteorological watch and information on climate change.

    Active:

    • Drinking water supply assured and secure for 100% of the population in urban areas and 95% of the population in rural areas;
    • Development of irrigation: important infrastructure allowing the irrigation of more than 1.5 million hectares of agricultural land;
    • Energy recovery of hydraulic structures: participation on average at 10% of national energy production;
    • Protection against flooding of towns and plains;
    • Modern legislative framework: Law 10-95 on water and more than 77 implementing texts. Revised by Law 36-15;
    • An important network for climatological and hydrological measurement, warning of piezometric floods and water quality control, covering all the watersheds of the Kingdom, allows the monitoring and the quantitative and qualitative evaluation of the climate and surface and groundwater resources.

    Challenges:

    To ensure and support the socio-economic development of the country, the Water Department has implemented its action programs within the framework of the National Water Plan in order to allow the satisfaction of the water demand of the populations and support for socio-economic development expressed by sectoral development strategies and plans and protect populations from the vagaries of floods and droughts.

     

    The Department of Local Public Networks (DRPL) of the Ministry of the Interior:

     

    The National Office for Electricity and Drinking Water (ONEE):

    The National Office for Electricity and Drinking Water (ONEE) is a benchmark player for sustainable development in Morocco. It is the pillar of the energy strategy and the armed wing of the state in the water and sanitation sector in the Kingdom. Since the mid-1990s, the Office has been on all fronts: generalization of access to electricity and drinking water, treatment of wastewater and development of the liquid sanitation service, modernization and expansion of networks for the production, marketing and distribution of electrical and hydraulic resources, the fight against waste and the implementation of new instruments and techniques for saving water and electricity.

     

    ONEE, born from the merger in 2012 of the National Electricity Office (ONE) created in 1963 and the National Drinking Water Office (ONEP) created in 1972, is fully involved in major structuring projects for Morocco, providing it with infrastructure for the production, transport and distribution of electricity and water as well as for the purification of wastewater essential to the sustainable development of the country.

    ONEE in the areas of Water and Sanitation:

    In the water sector, as guarantor of the continuity of the country’s drinking water supply as well as a main stakeholder in liquid sanitation, ONEE has adopted a strategy focused particularly on securing the supply. of the country in drinking water at the best cost and quality of service conditions, diversification of production sources, control of demand, generalized access to drinking water services, active intervention in liquid sanitation and preservation of the environment.

     

    Missions of ONEE:

    The missions of the Office in the field of drinking water and sanitation consist of:

    Planning:

    • The drinking water supply of the Kingdom;
    • Programming of investments in drinking water and liquid sanitation.

    Study and equipment:

    • Drinking water and liquid sanitation projects
    • Procurement and monitoring of project implementation

    Management on behalf of municipalities:

    • Drinking water distribution service
    • Liquid sanitation service in cities where it distributes drinking water

    Quality control:

    • Water produced and distributed
    • Water likely to be used for drinking water supply

     

    ONEE Strategic Axes:

    In order to support the socio-economic development experienced by the Kingdom and contribute to the preservation of the environment in general and water resources in particular, the Office has adopted a strategy based on the following 4 axes:

    • Sustainability, security and strengthening of existing drinking water supply installations;
    • Improved technical performance;
    • Generalization of access to drinking water in rural areas in accordance with the principle of “the right to water for all”;
    • Active intervention in the field of liquid sanitation and the preservation of the environment.

    ONEE’s approach:

    • Ensure a technological watch
    • Integrate the environment component
    • Involve the citizen in the economy and the protection of water resources

    ONEE’s strengths:

    • A public company with high expertise,
    • Competent staff
    • National and international partnerships in expertise and R&D

     

     

    Private operators:

    The sector contains approximately 5,000 Companies employing approximately 125,000 people, operating in the following areas:

    • Water industry:

    The national companies have capitalized on a long experience which has enabled them to master the manufacture of hydraulic equipment and pipes of all sizes.

    The Moroccan water industry covers the following sectors:

    Manufacturing plants equipped to cover different ranges:

    • Manufacturing plants for prestressed concrete pipes.
    • Manufacturing plants for PVC, polyethylene and GRP pipes.
    • Cable factories, transformers and electrical equipment.
    • Plants, pumps and foundries.
    • Manufacture of meters.
    • Manufacture of small taps.
    • Manufacture of connection accessories.
    • All the boilermaking in the sector is carried out by Moroccan companies in the sector.

    Construction companies:

    • Capable of laying pipes for drinking water supplies, sanitation of metropolitan areas and equipment of irrigated areas,
    • Realization of turnkey treatment, purification and desalination stations (only the process part is subcontracted to European companies for large projects)
    • Assemblers of pumping stations, treatment and purification stations.
    • Construction of high flow pumping stations.

     

     

    • Study offices

    The engineering sector in Morocco has about 700 Design Offices employing more than and 6000 executives and specialists. Recent data shows that this area:

    • Contains more than 50% of approved design offices;
    • Carries out studies and monitors the implementation of projects of all sizes, in the fields of mobilization, drinking water supply, sanitation, irrigation and rehabilitation of facilities.
    • Contributes to the development of a strategy for the development of water quality control.
    • Has proven experience in West Africa, Central Africa and the Middle East.

    Water:

    Coded Title Year Classification index Price
    NM ISO 24510 Activités relatives aux services de l’eau potable et de l’assainissement - Lignes directrices pour l’évaluation et l’amélioration du service aux usagers 2009 30.7.100 470
    NM ISO 24511 Activités relatives aux services de l’eau potable et de l’assainissement - Lignes directrices pour le management des services publics de l’assainissement et pour l’évaluation des services fournis 2009 30.7.101 470
    NM ISO 24512 Activités relatives aux services de l’eau potable et de l’assainissement - Lignes directrices pour le management des services publics de l’eau potable et pour l’évaluation des services fournis 2009 30.7.102 450
    NM 15.5.051 Compteurs d’eau potable froide et d’eau chaude - Méthodes d’essai 2019 15.5.051 566
    NM 15.5.052 Compteurs d’eau potable froide et d’eau chaude - Format du rapport d’essais 2019 15.5.052 538
    NM 15.5.016 Compteurs d’eau potable froide et d’eau chaude - Exigences métrologiques et techniques 2019 15.5.016 370
    NM 15.5.001 Compteurs d’eau potable froide et d’eau chaude - Partie 4: Exigences non métrologiques non couvertes par la NM 15.5.016 2019 15.5.001 310
    NM ISO 4064-5 Compteurs d’eau potable froide et d’eau chaude - Partie 5: Exigences d’installation 2019 15.5.002 210
    NM 10.4.408 Robinetterie de bâtiment - Appareillage de contrôle sur site des ensembles protection sanitaire des réseaux d’eau potable Caractéristiques 2006 10.4.408 150
    NM EN 14506 Dispositifs de protection contre la pollution de l’eau potable par retour - Inverseur à retour automatique - Famille H, type C 2019 10.4.356 250
    NM EN 13618 Tuyaux flexibles pour installations d’eau potable - Exigences fonctionnelles et méthodes d’essai 2019 10.4.355 330
    NM ISO 7858-2 Mesurage de débit d’eau dans les conduites fermées Compteurs combines d’eau potable froide Partie 2 : Conditions d’installations 2005 10.4.277 110
    NM ISO 7858-1 Mesurage de débit d’eau dans les conduites fermées Compteurs combines d’eau potable froide Partie 1 : Spécifications 2005 10.4.276 110
    NM ISO 3114 Tubes en polychlorure de vinyle (PVC) non plastifie pour l’alimentation en eau potable - Rétractibilité du plomb et de l’étain - Méthode d’essai 1999 05.6.032 90
    NM ISO 5667-5 Qualité de l’eau - échantillonnage - Partie 5 : Lignes directrices pour l’échantillonnage de l’eau potable des usines de traitement et du réseau de distribution 2017 03.7.365 250
    NM ISO 5667-21 Qualité de l’eau - échantillonnage - Partie 21 : Lignes directrices pour l’échantillonnage de l’eau potable distribuée par camion-citerne ou d’autres moyens que les tuyaux de distribution

    2017 03.7.381 250
    NM ISO 10359-1 Qualité de l’eau Dosage des fluorures Partie 1 : Méthode de la sonde électrochimique pour l’eau potable et faiblement polluée 2001 03.7.025 130
    NM 01.4.173 Produits de fonderie - Raccords en fonte a graphite sphéroïdale pour canalisations d’eau potable en PVC, avec pression 2001 01.4.173 150
    Coded Title Year Classification index Price

    SANITATION:

    Coded Title Year Classification index Price
    NM ISO 24511 Activités relatives aux services de l’eau potable et de l’assainissement - Lignes directrices pour le management des services publics de l’assainissement et pour l’évaluation des services fournis

    2009 30.7.101 470
    NM ISO 24512 Activités relatives aux services de l’eau potable et de l’assainissement - Lignes directrices pour le management des services publics de l’eau potable et pour l’évaluation des services fournis

    2009 30.7.102 450
    NM ISO 24510 Activités relatives aux services de l’eau potable et de l’assainissement - Lignes directrices pour l’évaluation et l’amélioration du service aux usagers

    2009 30.7.100 470
    NM 21.7.848 Sécurité des machines - évaluation de l’émission de substances dangereuses véhiculées par l’air - Indice d’assainissement

    2009 21.7.848 110
    NM 10.9.003 Evacuations assainissement - Eléments fabriques en usine pour regards de visite en béton sur canalisations d’assainissement - Définitions, spécifications, méthodes d’essais, marquage, conditions de réception

    2008 10.9.003 310
    NM 10.4.073 Réseaux d’évacuation et d’assainissement à l’extérieur des bâtiments Généralités et définition

    2003 10.4.073 130
    NM 10.1.031 Tuyaux, joints et accessoires en amiante - Ciment pour réseaux d’assainissement enterres - Méthodes d’essais

    1988 10.1.031 170
    NM 10.1.030 Tuyaux, joints et accessoires en amiante - Ciment pour réseaux d’assainissement enterres - Spécifications

    1988 10.1.030 130
    NM CEN/TS 14632 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements, les collecteurs d’assainissement et l’alimentation en eau, avec ou sans pression - Plastiques thermodurcissables renforces de verre (PRV) a base de résine polyester (UP) - Guide pour l’évaluation de conformité

    2015 05.6.493 330
    NM EN 14364 Systèmes de canalisations en plastiques pour l’évacuation et l’assainissement avec ou sans pression - Plastiques thermodurcissables renforces de verres (PRV) a base de résine de polyester non saturée (UP) - Spécifications pour tubes, raccords et assemblages

    2015 05.6.466 450
    NM EN 12201-2+A1 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour l’alimentation en eau et pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement avec pression - Polyéthylène (PE) - Partie 2 : Tubes 2014 05.6.404 270
    NM EN 12201-3+A1 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour l’alimentation en eau et pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement avec pression - Polyéthylène (PE) - Partie 3 : Raccords

    2014 05.6.405 350
    NM EN 12201-4 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour l’alimentation en eau et pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement avec pression - Polyéthylène (PE) - Partie 4 : Robinets pour les systèmes d’alimentation en eau

    2014 05.6.406 250
    NM EN 12201-5 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour l’alimentation en eau et pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement avec pression - Polyéthylène (PE) - Partie 5 : Aptitude à l’emploi du système

    2014 05.6.407 190
    NM EN 12201-1 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour l’alimentation en eau et pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement avec pression - Polyéthylène (PE) - Partie 1 : Généralités

    2014 05.6.403 250
    NM EN 15383+A1 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements et collecteurs d’assainissement - Plastiques thermodurcissables renforces de verre (PRV) a base de résine de polyester (UP) - Regards et boites de branchement et d’inspection

    2015 05.6.219 310
    NM ISO 1452-2 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour l’alimentation en eau, pour branchements et collecteurs d’assainissement enterres et aériens avec pression - Poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC-U) - Partie 2 : Tubes

    2018 05.6.046 290
    NM ISO 1452-3 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour l’alimentation en eau, pour branchements et collecteurs d’assainissement enterres et aériens avec pression - Poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC-U) - Partie 3: Raccords

    2019 05.6.057 370
    NM EN 1401-3 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement enterres sans pression - Poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC-U) - Partie 3 : Guide d’installation

    2014 05.5.261 150
    NM EN 13598-1 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement enterres sans pression - Poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC-U), polypropylène (PP) et polyéthylène (PE) - Partie 1 : Spécifications pour raccords auxiliaires y compris les boites de branchement

    2014 05.5.323 270
    NM EN 13598-2 Systèmes de canalisations en plastiques pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement enterres sans pression - Poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC-U), polypropylène (PP) et polyéthylène (PE) - Partie 2 : Spécifications relatives aux regards et aux boites d’inspection et de branchement dans les zones de circulation et dans les réseaux enterres profondément

    2014 05.5.324 290
    NM CEN/TS 1401-2 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement enterres sans pression - Poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC-U) - Partie 2 : Guide pour l’évaluation de la conformité

    2014 05.5.260 270
    NM CEN/TS 1852-3 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement enterres sans pression - Polypropylène (PP) - Partie 3: Guide pour la pose 2019 05.5.246 190
    NM CEN/TS 12666-2 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement sans pression enterres - Polyéthylène (PE) - Partie 2 : Guide pour l’évaluation de la conformité

    2014 05.5.241 250
    NM EN 1852-1 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement enterres sans pression - Polypropylène (PP) - Partie 1: Spécifications pour tubes, raccords et le système

    2019 05.5.244 330
    NM CEN/TS 1852-2 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement sans pression enterres - Polypropylène (PP) - Partie 2: Guide d’évaluation de la conformité

    2019 05.5.245 250
    NM EN 1401-1 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement enterres sans pression - Poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC-U) - Partie 1 : Spécifications pour tubes, raccords et le système

    2014 05.5.226 370
    NM EN 13476-3 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement sans pression enterres - Systèmes de canalisations a parois structurées en poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC-U), polypropylène (PP) et polyéthylène (PE) Partie 3 : Spécifications pour les tubes et raccords avec une surface interne lisse et une surface externe profilée et le système, de Type B

    2018 05.5.228 390
    NM EN 13476-1 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissements sans pression enterres - Systèmes de canalisation a parois structurées en poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC-U), polypropylène (PP) et polyéthylène (PE) - Partie 1 : Exigences générales et caractéristiques de performance

    2018 05.5.229 290
    NM ISO 1452-1 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour l’alimentation en eau, pour branchements et collecteurs d’assainissement enterres et aériens avec pression Poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC-U) - Partie 1: Généralités

    2014 05.5.215 190
    NM ISO 1452-4 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour l’alimentation en eau, pour branchements et collecteurs d’assainissement enterres et aériens avec pression - Poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC-U) - Partie 4 : robinets

    2014 05.5.218 190
    NM ISO 1452-5 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour l’alimentation en eau, pour branchements et collecteurs d’assainissement enterres et aériens avec pression - Poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC-U) - Partie 5 : aptitude à l’emploi du système

    2014 05.5.219 210
    NM ISO 13260 Systèmes de canalisations thermoplastiques pour branchements et collecteurs d’assainissement enterres sans pression - Méthode d’essai de la résistance a un cycle de température et de charge externe combines 2014 05.5.221 190
    NM EN 12666-1+A1 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements et collecteurs d’assainissement sans pression enterres - Polyéthylène (PE) - Partie 1 : Spécifications pour les tubes, les raccords et le système

    2014 05.5.225 310
    NM EN 13476-2 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour les branchements et les collecteurs d’assainissement sans pression enterres - Systèmes de canalisations a parois structurées en poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC-U), polypropylène (PP) et polyéthylène (PE) - Partie 2 : Spécifications pour les tubes et raccords avec une surface interne et externe lisse et le système, de Type A

    2018 05.5.205 370
    NM 03.7.538 Installations d’assainissement non collectif - Conception

    2018 03.7.538 410
    NM 03.7.501 Mise en œuvre des dispositifs d’assainissement non collectif (dit autonome) - Filière avec filtre compact a massif de zéolithe - Maisons d’habitation individuelle jusqu’ a 5 pièces principales

    2018 03.7.501 390
    NM 03.7.502 Mise en œuvre des dispositifs d’assainissement non collectif (dit autonome) - Filière avec filtre compact à massif de zéolithe - Maisons d’habitation individuelle de 6 à 10 pièces principales

    2018 03.7.502 290
    NM EN 1123-1 Tubes et raccords de tubes soudes longitudinalement en acier galvanise à chaud, a manchon enfichable pour réseaux d’assainissement - Partie 1 : Prescriptions, essais, contrôle de qualité

    2014 01.4.761 350
    NM EN 1124-1 Tubes et raccords de tube soudes longitudinalement en acier inoxydable, a manchon enfichable pour réseaux d’assainissement - Partie 1 : Prescriptions, essais, contrôle de qualité

    2014 01.4.762 310
    NM 01.4.717 Tuyaux et pièces accessoires en fonte, sans pression pour branchement d’assainissement - Série a deux bouts unis, dite série UU

    2005 01.4.717 170
    NM 01.4.720 Tuyaux, raccords et accessoires en fonte ductile et leurs assemblages pour l’assainissement - Prescriptions et méthodes d’essai 2005 01.4.720 370
    NM ISO 1452 3 Systèmes de canalisations en plastique pour l’alimentation en eau, pour branchements et collecteurs d’assainissement enterres et aériens avec pression Poly (chlorure de vinyle) non plastifie (PVC U) Partie 3 : raccords 2014 05.5.217 444
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        AAW INGÉNIEURS CONSEILS aawmaroc@menara.ma 89 Rue Zouhzir Ibn Alouan OLM Souissi II Rabat 0537 63 19 47 0537 63 20 47
        ADI a.d.i@adi.ma; h.elmahraz@adi.ma; a.ilou@adi.ma 4, rue Ibn Abdoune 10000 –les orangers RABAT- 0537 70 14 26 0537 21 77 66 0537 70 74 34
        AMENDIS – TANGER Lamya.bensbih@veoliaservices.ma; abdenbi.attou@veoliaservices.ma; 5, Rue Okba Ibn Nafiae BP 286 0539 32 81 00 0539 32 81 13
        AMENDIS – TETOUAN pascal.royer@veoliaservices.ma; mostafa.boussalama@veoliaservices.ma; BP 399 lotissements aviation TETOUAN 0539 70 92 52 0539 70 92 11
        ASSANIA assania02@gmail.com; contact@assania.ma; 6, Bv des Mimousas Ain Sbaa Casablanca 0660 43 50 21/ 0522 35 99 69 0522 35 99 89
        ATLAS ETUDE atlasetudes.secretaire@gmail.com; atlasetudes@menara.ma; 13 et 14 rue Khalid Ibn Oualid Imm Rachidi MARRAKECH 0524 44 76 10 / 0524 43 10 44 0524 43 12 97
        ATNER atner@atner.ma; 24, Route de Sud Midelt 0535 58 06 42 0535 58 02 34
        BELT2 Said.belaiter@gmail.fr; Ste.belt2@gmail.com; 18 Rue Mauritania Angle Av Mohammed V Appt N°3 Gueliz Marrakech 0524 43 31 17 0524 44 62 40
        BETEC betec@menara.ma; bet.betec@gmail.com; 5, Bd Abdellah ben yassine CASABLANCA 0522 30 48 26 0522 30 99 75
        C3E contact@c3e.ma; nouamane.lahmine@safege.fr; Rue Mohammed FAKIR IMM Samiramiss 2eme étage Casablanca 0522 20 15 15 0522 22 63 13/0522 22 63 89
        CAPEP sahni@capep.ma; capep@capep.ma; 75 Route de la Mecque CASABLANCA 0522 21 63 95 0522 21 07 42
        CCGT CANALISATIONS ccgtcanal@gmail.com Lot 261 Zone Industrielle Sidi Ghanem Marrakech 0524 33 59 70 0524 33 59 59
        CEGELEC ahmed.rahmani@cegelec.com 129,Bd du Fouarat Hay El Mohammadi – Casablanca 0522 63 93 05/93 0522 60 19 12
        CENTRELEC centrelec@centrelec.ma; a.fattah@centrelec.ma; 34, Bv My Slimane Roche Noire - 20290 CASABLANCA 0522 34 57 12 0522 24 40 41
        CGA contact@cgamaroc.ma; karroum@cgamaroc.ma; Route zenata, R-S111, Km 12, N 59 ZI Polygone Casablanca 0522 67 21 08 0522 67 21 10
        CHIBAR Ets_chibar@yahoo.fr; chibarpresse@yahoo.fr; BP 3004 Massira Rabat 0537 37 32 77 / 061 15 75 95 0537 37 32 78
        CID cid@cid.co.ma Parc Technopolis rocade Rabat-Salé 11100 BP 1340 Salé 0537 71 11 20 90 0537 71 10 87
        COGEPRA benssy@cogepra.ma; bet@cogepra.ma; 118 Rue Lieutenant MAHROUD Mohamed CASABLANCA 0522 30 74 36 0522 30 23 07/44 90 85
        CONCEPT AUTOMATION najib.abouloula@conceptautomation.ma Technoparck Rouite NOUASSER Casablanca 0522 87 52 59 0522 87 52 48
        Comptoir Agricole AL FADILA larbi.benabdeljalil@comptoiragricolealfadila.com 3 Rue Al FADILA, C.Y.M Rabat 0537 79 59 75 0537 79 69 18
        COTA cota@cota.ma; hassania.elidrissi@cota.ma; 11, Bis allée des villas -Ain Sebaa BP 2696 CASABLANCA 0522 34 11 27 0522 34 29 11
        CTHM gicquel.didier@sate-cthm.ma; secretariat@sate-cthm.ma; BP 5013 AIN ATIQ TEMARA 0537 64 16 36 / 037 64 16 50 0537 64 16 49
        DELTA HOLDING dg@deltaholding.ma Route de la Plage Angle Av Hassan II 12050 SKHIRATE 0537 62 17 08 0537 62 03 52
        DGH benbiba@water.gov.ma Rue Hassan Benchekroun RABAT 0537 68 58 70 0537 77 90 56
        EGC Environnement eenvironnement@gmail.com 95 Oulad BOUAZIZ, Mediouna, Casablanca Maroc 0522 248 381 0522 248 381
        ELCA mitravsarl@hotmail.com Km2, Route de Meknes MIDELT 0535 58 20 44 0535 58 34 65
        EQUELEC equelec@menara.ma Angle Av Omar Ibn EL Khattab et Av Al Abtal – Agdal RABAT 0537 77 59 11 0537 77 26 14
        FENNIE BROSSETTE fenie@fenie-brossette.ma 284, bd Mohamed Zerktouni Quartier: Gautier CASABLANCA 0522 63 91 00 / 022 63 91 07 0522 49 02 27
        FERROPLAST m.beroual@ferroplastmaroc.com; administration@ferroplastmaroc.com; Km 5.6 – RS 107 Tit Mellil Préfecture Médiouna B.P : 181 CASABLANCA 0520 22 56 56 0520 22 56 57
        FIRM r.rouay@firm.ma; abdeabbou@gmail.com; 36,Rue de l’ecrvain la Villette CASABLANCA 0522 62 38 15 0522 62 36 69
        FIRST PLASTICS fpl@firstplastics.ma Zone industrielle t technopole Nouasseur Casablanca 0522 53 83 60 0522 53 83 50
        FORASOL MAROC forasol_maroc@yahoo.fr; essadaoui@menara.ma Z.I Sidi Maarouf – BP 18 ,CP 20190 Casablanca 0522 33 57 86 / 022 33 57 88 0522 33 58 13
        GHRISS DES TRAVAUX Sghtravaux@gmail.com Imm Rahmouni N° 19, Rue des vieux marrakchis – Gueliz Marrakech 0524 43 45 06 0524 44 67 24
        GIECO gieco@wanadoo.net.ma; 9,Rue Sebta N° 10 RABAT 0537 70 00 50 0537 70 00 51
        H.P Maroc hpmaroc@hpmaroc.com 23 Mouatamid Ibn Abbad (Ex Capitaine vuillanier AS) Km 7 Casablanca 0522 35 82 82 0522 35 82 91
        HOLAM direction@holam.org; fz.safi@h olam.org; 310 Bd de la Liberté Angle Omar Riffi 20120 Casablanca 0522 447 148 0522 447 149
        HOLDING AL BARAKA holdbara@menara.ma. mustbouha@gmail.com; Lotissement Al Maghreb Al arabie, Zone C Lot C18 imm Anas Apt n°2 Kénitra 0537 36 21 53 0537 36 21 53
        HYDROCHALANGE hydrochallenge@menara.ma 47 Rue Moulouya Appt 1 Résidence Abbas Agdal Rabat 0537 77 88 32 0537 77 88 33
        HYDROCONSULT ZKT Al Mowahidine Imm 15 App 3 Hassane RABAT
        HYDROSYSTEMES info@hydrosystemes.com. secretariat@hydrosystemes.com; 29-30 Lot Attaoufik 20270 Sidi Maarouf CASABLANCA 0522 32 15 38 0522 32 15 18
        INFRASOL zouggari@infrasol.ma; 40 Angle rue Ahfir et Av Al Alaouiyines 3eme étage Appt 8 Hassan Rabat 0537 66 18 96 0537 66 19 01
        INGEPRO-BET ingeprosarl@menara.ma. ingeprosarl@gmail.com. 2 Rue Place de Navare 3eme étage Appt N° 12 TANGER 0539 94 85 84 0539 94 91 57
        ISKANE info@iskane.ma Centre Commercial Nadia. Bv B rahim Erroudani Imm1 CASABLANCA 0522 25 12 24 0522 25 29 04
        INES ines@ines.ma; contact@ines.ma; Bd chefchaouni km 11,5 - Aïn sebaâ - 20600 Casablanca - Maroc 0522 66 67 68 0522 35 42 77 / 66 67 68
        LBM B.T.R lbm.btr@gmail.com; 68, Avenue Fal Ould Oumeir, Residence Badr N°6 Rabat 0537 77 75 17 0537 77 74 22
        LA MEDITERRANEENNE DU BETON medbeton@menara.ma Route Principal 4701 Route Tetouan Ksar Sghire Km 7 Commune SADDINA TETOUAN 0661 06 49 87 0539 70 75 14
        LABORATOIRE IBN SINA 13, Rue Mauritania – Gueliz – Marrakech 0524 43 20 20 0524 43 39 31
        LEI lei@menara.ma; soussi@leimaroc.ma; 256 Boulvard Ba H’mad BP 2012 Casablanca 0522 24 11 51 0522 24 40 62
        LPEE chemaou@lpee.ma; bencheqroun@lpee.ma; 25, Rue d’Azilal CASABLANCA 0522 54 75 75 0522 45 01 49 0522 30 15 50
        LYDEC Saadia.elmoumni@lydec.co.ma; jean-pascal.darriet@lydec.co.ma; 48 Rue Mohamed Douiri BP 16048 Casablanca 0522 54 90 54 0522 54 90 02 0522 54 90 07
        MACOBATE contact@macobate.com; 48, zone industrielle, takaddoum, Rabat 0537 75 24 39 / 037 75 24 42 0537 65 96 51
        MAFODER mafoder@mafoder.co.ma; slaoui@smadia.co.ma; Km 9- Route d’El Jadida Lissasfa CASABLANCA 0522 91 46 50 0522 91 46 52
        MAGHREB DIRASSAT Mark.hillairet@sesaer.fr; mdirassat@wanadoo.net.ma; 10 Place des Alaouites Rabat 0537 70 20 51 0537 70 20 92
        MECOMAR info@mecomar.ma; direction@mecomar.com; 7, Rue Abdelawahed El Marrakchi Oukacha Ain SEBAA CASABLANCA 0522 66 15 50 0522 66 15 55
        MITRAV mitravsarl@hotmail.com 50, Av Bir Anzarane MIDELT 0535 58 20 44 0535 58 34 65
        MMEP contact@alma.ma; h.perez@alma.ma; 356 Rt El Jadida Extension Bv Brahim Rouddani quartier Berge MAARIF Casablanca 0522 99 51 52 / 0522 99 53 52 0522 99 49 50
        MOLECOR mteresa.cortes@molecor.com; C/Duero 34 Mejorada del campo 28840 Madrid Espagne +34 902 106 174 +34 902 106 273
        NOVEC bouzher@novec.ma; tmz@novec.ma; Immeuble NOVEC Parck TECHNOPOLIS Salé 0537 57 62 00/0537 57 68 04 0537 56 30 41
        OLLEARIS MAGHREB Ollearis-maghreb@ollearis.org; Lot N37 Zone .Industrielle Bir Rami BP 29 Kenitra 0537-37-01 86 0537-37-08-37
        Omnium de l’Eau Pure contact@omnep.ma; elfanidi.dg@omnep.ma; Lotissement Lina Lot N°253 Sidi Maarouf Casablanca 0522 58 07 31 à 63 0522 78 07 26
        ONEE – Branche Eau onepdg@onep.ma Station de Traitement ONEE - Avenue Mohamed Belhassan El Ouazzani BP Rabat chellah Rabat 037 65 06 95 037 65 06 40
        PHENIXA c.leger@phenixa.com 23 angle avenue Chellah et Mohammadia appt. N°9 et 10 Hassan RABAT 0537 20 80 91 / 037 20 80 90 0537 72 91 11
        PLASTIMA plastima@plastima.com; j.zrhibi@plastima.com; a.raguigue@plastima.com; Rue Al Maadine , route Côtière N° 111 Ain Sebaa Casablanca 0522 35 49 06 0522 34 22 36 / 0522 35 43 98
        PROTEC INCENDIE protec@protec.ma; w.elmary@protec.ma; 241, bd Emile Zola, 3eme étage Belvédère CASABLANCA 0522 40 32 32 0522 40 94 82
        RADEEC radeec@menara.ma Boulevard Mohamed V Quartier Administratif BP 30 SETTAT 0523 40 31 37 / 0523 40 25 31 0523 40 35 03
        RADEEF dg@radeef.ma Rue Soudan BP. 2097 FES 0535 62 36 32 0535 62 07 95
        RADEEJ raddej01@menara.ma Av, Hoummane El Fetouaki BP 55 EL JADIDA 0523 34 21 98 0523 37 38 96
        RADEEL radeel2010@gmail.com Lot 1647 Maghreb El jaded BP 11 LARACHE 0539 52 02 83 0539 52 03 25
        RADEEMA radeema.1@menara.ma. radsec@menara.ma; Avenue de France BP 520 MARRAKECH 0524 42 43 02 0524 42 43 03
        RADEEO radeeo@menara.ma; Quartier El Hikma Bv de la liberté - BP 418 OUJDA 0536 50 26 64 0536 50 56 84
        RADEES radees@menara.ma; radees@radeessafi.ma; Av, Moulay Idriss 1èr - BP 218 SAFI 0524 62 31 93 0524 62 31 94
        RADEET radeetdirection@yahoo.fr; radeetbenimellal@yahoo.fr; Bd Hassan II - BP 174 BENI MELLAL 0523 42 20 07 0523 48 33 87
        RADEETA secretariat.dg@radeeta.ma; f.hajji@radeeta.ma; 163,Av Allal Al fassi BP 137 TAZA 0535 28 51 92 0535 67 26 07
        RADEM dgradem@menara.ma; 78, Avenue des FAR - BP 38 MEKNES 0535 52 05 97 0535 52 28 22
        RAK dgrak@menara.ma; nassimbouk@yahoo.fr; 8 rue Idriss El Akbar BP 229 KENITRA 0537 37 47 61 0537 37 47 72
        RAMSA regie.ramsa@gmail.com; Angle Avenue Kadi Iaad et Rue Ibn El Arabi - BP 754 AGADIR 0528 22 30 30 / 0528 82 96 00 0528 22 01 15
        REDAL elothamani.souad@veoliaservices.ma; daniel.lafon@veoliaservices.ma; 6, Zankat Al Houceima - BP 161 RABAT 0537 23 82 00 0537 72 36 34
        RECOS Abdellatif.zouhayr@gmail.com 83 Bloc Laguira Extension Dakhla Agadir 0528 23 95 70 0661 25 38 05 0528 23 95 60
        RESING info.resing@resing.ma; 435 Rue Ennahda Ain ITTI Marrakech 0524 32 98 17 0524 32 98 19
        SAFED safed2@yahoo.fr; safed.bet@gmail.com; C.Y. M Res Assabah I LOT 12 Imm Zalar app°5 RABAT 0537 79 12 15 0537 29 02 35
        SAIR sair@menara.ma Cité El manar C1 Av. Hassan II RABAT 0537 72 10 50 0537 70 52 15
        SATGHY Satghy@yahoo.fr 0537 76 86 53 0537 76 86 51
        SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC Hafida.tallal@schneider-electric.com; mounir.bakkali@schneider-electric.com; Lotissement la Coline, Imm les 4 Temps 4eme étage Sidi Maarouf CASABLANCA 0522 97 79 00 0522 97 79 05
        SCT DES EAUX DE L’OUM R’BIA philippe.lambert@seoer.co.ma; nadia.housni@seoer.co.ma; 20,Bd Rachidi CASABLANCA -20 000 0522 87 87 71 0522 87 87 72
        EAUX DE MARSEILLE Maroc michel.nalbandian@eauxdemarseille.fr; 23, Rue Ouled Tayeb Bir Kacem RABAT 0537 75 40 11 0537 75 39 07 0537 75 32 73
        SCHIELE MAROC f.taoumi@schielemaroc.com; i.touati@schielemaroc.com; Km 7,2 Nouvelle Route de Rabat, Ain Sebaa, 206000 Casablanca - Maroc 0522 66 01 51/52/53/54 0522 66 01 56/55
        SEHI sehi@menara.ma 18 Rue du Caire Zone Industrielle Ain Sebaa Casablanca 0522 24 46 59 0522 40 90 54
        SENSUS METRING SYSTEMS hafida.ahssan@sensus.com; francois.frigaux@sensus.com; 23 Lotissement Beau Fruits 2 Zone Industrielle Ain ATIQ TEMARA 0537 61 14 76/ 0538 02 32 50 0538 02 32 54
        SERTIRRA setirra1@menara.ma; 11, Rue Debussy 20300 Belvederd CASABLANCA 0522 24 63 38 0522 24 53 86
        SETRAGEC setragec@menara.ma N° 15 Résidence Al Boustane Hay Ennahda I Rabat 0537 75 04 03 0537 65 77 39
        SETUR setur@menara.ma 25, Rue Oued ziz Agdal Appt N° 4 RABAT 0537 77 78 30 0537 77 78 67
        SGEO k.omri1@caramail.com Route Taza-Hay Wahda- Face Lycée Essalam OUJDA 0536 51 39 82 0536 51 39 81
        SICDA m.beroual@sicda.ma; info@sicda.ma; Parc Industriel Sapino 102 - 105 Nouaceur 20240 - Casablanca - Maroc 05 22 49 56 10 05 22 49 56 33
        SMADIA slaoui@smadia.co.ma 60.Bd Yacoub El Mansour Maarif CASABLANCA 20100 0522 23 56 88 / 022 23 56 89 0522 25 16 51
        SMATRA smatra@menara.ma 12, Rue Oued Baht, N° 3 Agdal RABAT 0537 77 17 74 0537 77 17 56
        SMCV contact@smcv.ma; o.mouline@smcv.ma; Société Marocaine des Compteurs Vincent Boulevard Cadi Tazi - 20650 Mohammedia BP 99 0523 310 684 - 0523 322 158 0523 326 188
        SNCE snce@menara.ma Résidence Kays Sahat Rabia El Adaouiyah – Agdal Rabat 0537 77 67 14 0537 77 66 74
        SNTM l.bensaid@travauxmaroc.com; sntm@travauxmaroc.com; 1, Avenue El Istiqlal – BP 45 KENITRA 0537 36 74 58 0537 36 74 59
        SOCODRA 267, Bv Zrektouni 2eme étage Bureau 17 CASABLANCA 0522 94 01 02 0522 94 01 03
        SOGEA MAROC sogea-maroc@sogea-maroc.com; driss.elrhazi@sogea-maroc.com; Quartier industriel, Aïn Atiq, Oued Ykem BP 81 TEMARA 0537 61 52 69/0537 61 52 00 0537 61 52 96
        SOGETRAMA sogetrama@sogetrama.ma; samgaad@gmail.com; Complexe Skhirat, Angle Av Hassan II Route de la plage Skhirate 0537 62 04 62 0537 62 04 63
        SOTHCOM sothcom@menara.ma; sothcomsarl@menara.ma; 29 Bv Med VI Imm G2 N°6 Casablanca 0522 45 17 72 / 0522 30 15 83 0522 45 17 73
        SOTRADEMA sotradema1@menara.ma Av Hassan 1er, imm Assaada N104, cité Dakhla AGADIR 0528 21 09 13 0528 23 30 75
        SOUIYAT ent.souiyat@gmail.com; 21, Quartier Industriel BP 1213 Taza Gare TAZA 0535 21 10 13 0535 21 14 06
        SRGM srgm@menara.ma 18 Avenue de France Appt N° 3 RABAT 0537 68 06 55 / 0537 68 06 56 0537 68 06 59
        STANADR ELECTRIC standard.1985@yahoo.fr; 3,bd Fouarat, Hay Mohamadi CASABLANCA 0522 60 17 70 / 0522 60 55 91 0522 61 00 27
        TC MAROC tcmaroc@tcmaroc.com; Km 7 Ain Sebaa – BP.2535 CASABLANCA 0522 59 36 36 0522 59 2317
        TECHNIBETON Techni_beton@menara.ma 67 Rue du Lieutenant Marhoud Med Appt 18 – 6eme étage Casablanca 0522 40 17 93 / 0522 40 76 24 0522 40 17 94
        UDECO udecomaroc@menara.ma; watine.udeco@gmail.com; Parc CFCIM 10 Bis BOUSKOURA 0522 59 20 48 0522 59 20 52
        UNIMAGEC unimagec@menara.ma; unimagic@menara.ma; Lot 793 Route / B route admime BP 1322 zone industriel Ait Melloul 0528 24 60 57 0528 24 28 80
        VEOLIA MAROC Olivier.dietsch@seen.ma; 19, Avenue IBN SINA-Agdal RABAT 0537 68 48 60 0537 68 48 69
        WATEC watec@watec.ma Lot 282, Zone Industrielle Sud-Ouest. Allée F . 28 800 Mohammedia 0523 301 101/02/03 0523 301 105
        WATEGA Watega@menara.ma Rue 10 Avenue Mohamed Slaoui N°3 FES 035 94 33 91 / 061 15 78 09 035 94 35 03
        WATER PLUS contact@waterplusmaroc.com; rh@waterplus.ma; y.hnid@waterplus.ma; 70 Avenue Imam Ali Bureau N° 1, 2 BP 1379 Kénitra 0537 36 21 49 0537 36 32 68
        WTL Groupe Maroc myriam.fadal@waterleau.com; Espace Porte d’Anfa, 3 rue Bab El Mansour, 1er étage Bureau n° 3- 20 000 Casablanca 05 22 81 24 42 05 22 85 07 97
        WILO Imad.boulabat@wilo.ma; Imad.boulabat@gmail.com; 21 Rue Ibn KOUTIA Quartier Industriel OUKACHA Ain Sbaa Casablanca 0522 660 924/28 0522 660 927
        NOVELLI mohadab@groupezine.com Lot 32/33 Quartier Industriel BENSOUDA Fès 0535 65 57 69 0535 72 61 41
        ZINELEC zinelec@fesnet.net.ma Quartier .Industriel Bensouda Lots 29-33 FES 05 35 65 53 97 0535 65 53 92
        Nationals

        ONEE - Branche Eau

        ONEE - Branche Electricité

        La Direction des Réseaux Publics Locaux du Ministère de l’Intérieur (DRPL)

        Agence Marocaine de Développement des Investissements et des Exportations

        Direction de l'irrigation et de l'aménagement de l'espace agricole – Ministère de l’Agriculture

        Direction Générale de l’Eau – Ministère de l’Equipement

        Ministère de l’Economie et des Finances

        Internationals

        AAE – Association Africaine de l’Eau

        IWA – International Water Association

        Conseil Mondial de l’Eau

        Boost your brand's visibility

         

        This section allows you to get closer to your target, knowing that the AMEPA website is visited by all operators in the water and sanitation sector in Morocco.

        The advertising section of the AMEPA Website allows you to distribute your advertisements and improve your visibility with operators in the sector.

        The prices allowing you to take advantage of advertisements on the AMEPA website are as follows:

        Price for a period of 03 months 5 000 DH
        Price for a period of 06 months 8 000 DH
        Price for a period of 09 months 13 000 DH
        Price for a period of 12 months 15 000 DH

        For any further information contact us:

        Phone : +212 537 76 86 53

        Fax : +212 537 76 86 51

        E-mail : amepa@onee.ma

        AMEPA organized jointly with the IEA, as part of the implementation of the AMEPA-IEA partnership agreement, two training courses for the benefit of executives and engineers operating in the liquid sanitation sector.

        WASTEWATER TREATMENT PROCESSES

        AMEPA organized jointly with the IEA, as part of the implementation of the AMEPA-IEA partnership agreement, two training courses for the benefit of executives and engineers operating in the liquid sanitation sector on the theme : “WASTEWATER TREATMENT PROCESSES”.

        1. The first group, May 23 and 24, 2023 (15 executives and engineers) ;
        2. The second group, October 10 and 11, 2023 (12 executives and engineers).

        The objective of these training courses is to strengthen the capacities of companies and organizations in the drinking water and sanitation sector with the aim of :

        • Know the principle of wastewater characterization ;
        • Master the principle of biological purification ;
        • Identify the main stages of wastewater treatment;
        • Master the operation of Extensive purification processes: natural lagooning ;
        • Master the operation of Intensive purification processes: activated sludge, bacterial beds, aerated lagoon.

        These training courses took place within the infrastructures of the Training Center of the International Institute of Water and Sanitation (IEA) of the National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water in Rabat.

        At the end of each training course, visits and demonstrations took place at the facilities of the IEA educational platforms.

        President’s word

        Depuis sa création en 1997, par les opérateurs publics et privés du secteur de l’Eau au Maroc, l’AMEPA n’a eu de cesse à promouvoir le secteur ainsi que la mise en valeur de l’expertise nationale et du savoir-faire de l’Entreprise marocaine. Dans cet élan, et depuis son élection au mois de Juillet 2019, le nouveau Bureau de l’AMEPA a tenu à élaborer un programme d’action ambitieux, tenant compte des attentes des opérateurs du secteur et répondant aux aspirations formulées par les membres de l’AMEPA (Bureaux d’études, entreprises de travaux et industriels du secteur).

         

         

        Ainsi, et grâce à un processus de planification dynamique et un effort d’investissement important, l’intégralité des populations urbaines au Maroc ont accès à l’eau potable, et ce malgré les années de sécheresse sévères qui se sont succédées.

        D’autre part, l’importance accordée au milieu rural a permis d’atteindre un taux d’accès à l’eau potable dans ce milieu de 97,8% en 2020.

        Dans le domaine de l’assainissement liquide, le Maroc a réalisé de nombreuses installations d’assainissement liquide contribuant ainsi à l’amélioration des conditions de vie des populations et à la préservation de l’environnement, et particulièrement des ressources en eau.

        Enfin, le programme national pour l’approvisionnement en eau potable et l’irrigation pour la période 2020-2027, signé devant SA MAJESTE LE ROI MOHAMMED VI en janvier 2020, constitue un cadre d’orientation stratégique dans le secteur de l’eau potable en milieux urbain et rural et dans le secteur de l’assainissement liquide, et trace une feuille de route pour accélérer les réalisations dans ces domaines.

        Les réalisations importantes du Royaume du Maroc dans les secteurs de l’eau potable et de l’assainissement ont été rendues possible grâce à l’engagement et aux efforts des professionnels des secteurs publique et privé (Producteurs, Distributeurs, Industriels et Bureaux d’Etudes) qui se sont fortement investis pour développer leurs capacités techniques et managériales dans l’objectif d’améliorer leurs performances et assumer pleinement leur mission pour garantir l’accès à l’eau potable et l’assainissement à leurs concitoyens.

        Pour coordonner l’action des différents acteurs du secteur de l’eau au Maroc, l’Association Marocaine de l’Eau Potable et de l’Assainissement (AMEPA), organisation non gouvernementale, a été créée en 1997 par des opérateurs publics et privés afin de promouvoir le secteur et mettre en valeur l’expertise et le savoir-faire des entreprises marocaines. Son objectif majeur consiste à relever les défis actuels et futurs du secteur, ainsi que de servir de cadre légitime et approprié pour la défense des intérêts professionnels de ses acteurs.

        L’Assemblée générale de l’AMEPA tenue à Rabat le 23 juillet 2019 a marqué un tournant pour le repositionnement stratégique de l’AMEPA dans l’échiquier national du secteur de l’eau au Maroc et pour créer une synergie et des alliances stratégiques avec les acteurs de l’eau, de l’environnement et du développement durable à l’échelle nationale et internationale.

        Dans cet élan, , le Bureau Exécutif de l’AMEPA élu en juillet 2019 a élaboré une nouvelle vision stratégique déclinée dans un programme d’action ambitieux pour la période 2019-2023 qui tient compte des attentes des opérateurs du secteur et répond aux aspirations formulées par les membres de l’AMEPA.

        L’élaboration et la mise en ligne du nouveau site web de l’AMEPA fait partie des actions dont la mise en œuvre a été jugée prioritaire.

        A travers la mise en service de ce site web, nous comptons inaugurer une nouvelle ère de communication interactive et dynamique avec nos membres et avec toutes les autres composantes du secteur, et espérons que cet outil de communication participera à un partage de l’information productif au niveau national et aussi avec nos partenaires étrangers.

        Monsieur Abderrahim EL HAFIDI
        Président de l’AMEPA

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