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ENHANCING SUSTAINABILITY AND EFFICIENCY
OF WSS PROVISION
Contribution of SDEA
Joseph HERMAL, Managing Director
1. – Over the past 80 years, a lasting endeavour to constantly reinvent
itself for the public good
From a municipal region...
2. – From WSS to WRM, in line with the challenges faced by larger
territories (Alsace – Moselle)
SDEA, a role model for wa...
Reception of
elected
representatives
and clients
24/24 alert and
crisis response
A one-stop shop less than 30’ away from a...
4. – The subsidiarity principle, as the foundation of governance and
management
Global
scale
Territorial
scale
Synergies a...
5. – 3-tier governance, which places elected officials at the centre of
strategising, decision making and practice
6
LEVEL...
7 territories for WSS
5 territories for WRM
To go beyond local understanding of
water-related issues, exploit synergies,
c...
8
7. – A range of support activities for elected officials
Many more information support tools available at www.sdea.fr
1.49 €
0.35 €
0.05 €
0.10 €
0,18 €
0.23 €
1.62 €
Average WSS tariff for a territory
(tax included /m3)
8. – Place-based an...
9. Coverging towards a uniform tariff, set at local level - an
illustration
10
1.20
1.40
1.60
1.80
2.00
2.20
2.40
2017 201...
10. – A wide range of skills to support public good and territories
Organisational
resources and
skills regularly
updated
...
Sharing and mutualising, for the public good
11. – Strong values and a collaborative model that delivers value for
money
S...
13
12. – Public policies that factor in WRM-related challenges, climate
change, and sustainability
Circular
economy
Asset
...
13. – Growing and flexible partnerships
for the public good
Engagement with civil society
organsiations
- Professional bod...
HAPPY TO SHARE MORE
VIRTUALLY TODAY
OR IN CO-PRESENCE AT SDEA, WHERE YOU ARE
WELCOME
Contact : joseph.hermal@sdea.fr
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Joint workshop on Enhancing efficiency and sustainability of Water Supply and Sanitation presentation - Joseph Hermal

  1. 1. ENHANCING SUSTAINABILITY AND EFFICIENCY OF WSS PROVISION Contribution of SDEA Joseph HERMAL, Managing Director
  2. 2. 1. – Over the past 80 years, a lasting endeavour to constantly reinvent itself for the public good From a municipal regional service provider 50  737 local authorities TERRITORIES From fragmented governance to a subsidiarity principle (think global, act local) From the operation of water supply services to integrated and sustainable management of water resources  100+ skills / inter disciplinary From local knowledge to high- level expertise and skills, industrial processes, top-level management, and digital transformation  SDEA = on a par with SUEZ et VEOLIA GOVERNANCE MANAGEMENT ET METHODS CORE BUSINESSES 1939-1998 From a municipal (Service des Eaux de Strasbourg-Campagne) to a district (département) service provider, supporting local authorities for water supply 1998 - 2014 Transformation to an inter-municipal authority (Syndicat des Eaux et de l’Assainissement du Bas-Rhin - SDEA) with shared – and then full – responsability 2014 - now SDEA becomes a regional body (Syndicat des Eaux et de l’Assainissement Alsace- Moselle)+ in charge of water resources management + cross-cutting issues in the jurisdiction of inter-municipal authorities 2 An agile institutional, economic, technical model, increasingly integrated, in line with dramatic change in water-related challenges; a source of inspiration in France and in Europe
  3. 3. 2. – From WSS to WRM, in line with the challenges faced by larger territories (Alsace – Moselle) SDEA, a role model for water resources management in France and in Europe 3 Small water cycle Drinking water since 1939 410 member communes → Production → Transportation → Distribution of drinking water Sanitation since 1958 525 member communes → Collection → Transportation → Treatment of wastewater and stormwater → Non-collective sanitation (NCS) since 2015 661 member communes → Management of aquatic environments → Flood prevention → Soil erosion control → Co-ordination - consultation on river basins Large water cycle 737 communes 1 070 000 inhabitants 240 water tanks 6 500 km of rivers 11 500 km of water and sewage networks 120 treatment plants
  4. 4. Reception of elected representatives and clients 24/24 alert and crisis response A one-stop shop less than 30’ away from any water user 3. – Management that combines shared functions and place-based services, for optimal service provision at local level 11 local sites Place-based service provision contributes to responsiveness and offers integrated service that benefits local authorities and users 4 SDEA centres and sub-offices Operation of networks, structures and waterways Administrative and financial management Routine studies and monitoring of works User/customer billing
  5. 5. 4. – The subsidiarity principle, as the foundation of governance and management Global scale Territorial scale Synergies and joint projects Local scale Local management Local branches Integrated local service, less than 30’ away from any water user, thanks to local branches General vision and economies of scale Headquar ter Shared expertise around clusters of skills, resources, methods and tools, to support local branches A landmark institutional and organisational model 5
  6. 6. 5. – 3-tier governance, which places elected officials at the centre of strategising, decision making and practice 6 LEVEL ROLES At the global level, the interdepartmental consultation and decision-making bodies decide on SDEA's overall policy. GLOBAL LEVEL Overall policy and economies of scale Adapting the common tool to challenges Pooling of financing capacities ... At the territorial level, the bodies facilitate synergies and encourage joint projects. TERRITORIAL LEVEL Inter-area consultations Synergies and joint projects Pooling of local investments At the local level, the local commissions manage the area under their remit. LOCAL LEVEL Place-based management Analytical financial management - definition of tariffs and financing Investment programme and award of works contracts Monitoring of local affairs
  7. 7. 7 territories for WSS 5 territories for WRM To go beyond local understanding of water-related issues, exploit synergies, coordinate action and support sharing of tools and resources, and coordinated project design 6. – Elected officials engaged in territorial challenges related to water resources management 7 WATER SUPPLY & SANITATION TERRITORIES (WSS) LARGE WATER CYCLE RIVER BASIN TERRITORIES (WRM)
  8. 8. 8 7. – A range of support activities for elected officials Many more information support tools available at www.sdea.fr
  9. 9. 1.49 € 0.35 € 0.05 € 0.10 € 0,18 € 0.23 € 1.62 € Average WSS tariff for a territory (tax included /m3) 8. – Place-based analytical financial management, with independent budgeting and tariff setting - an illustration €1.51/m3 Kientzheim: €1.75/m3 Kaysersberg: €1.74/m3 Sigolsheim: €1.94/m3 €1.72/m3 - LVHK €2.98/m3 €1.47/m3 €1.25/m3 €1.48/m3 €1.32/m3 €1.36/m3 €1.60/m3 €1.21/m3 €1.85/m3 €1.05/m3 € 1.76/m3 €1.81/m3 €1.34/m3 €1.61/m3 €4.03 incl. tax €2.00 incl. tax €2.03 incl. tax 9 Average tariff Sanitation (ex. tax) AERM modernisation charge VAT Sanitation Average tariff for drinking water (ex. tax) AERM Pollution charge AERM abstraction charge VAT Drinking water
  10. 10. 9. Coverging towards a uniform tariff, set at local level - an illustration 10 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 2.00 2.20 2.40 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Towards converging tariffs Average Average 2,00 €/m3 TTC 1,72 €/m3 HT 1,89 €/m3 TTC - 5,5% Fix fee 0.75 Consumption based fee 1.10 VAT 0.17 Tarif 2021
  11. 11. 10. – A wide range of skills to support public good and territories Organisational resources and skills regularly updated A wide range of technical and professional skills Diverse technical resources State of the art information technology 11 650 staff, 70 senior staff Training, innovation, connecting skills, foresight > 100 professional skills (technical, managerial, communications…) Specialised equipment to wok on-site A state-of-the-art lab Digitisation (SAP, Maintenance, geographical information sytems, and more)
  12. 12. Sharing and mutualising, for the public good 11. – Strong values and a collaborative model that delivers value for money Strong values A collaborative model that delivers value for money compared to delegated management Economies of scale and productivity gains are reinvested locally Sustainable management Governance model. Engagement of elected staff at all levels Capacity to reflect WRM challenges Sharing resources 12 STRONG VALUES "The management [elected representatives and employees] are exemplary and convey the vision both internally and externally to stakeholders. " EFQM - AFAQ 26000 - 2015 report Responsibility Place-based Solidarity Sense of public service Excellence
  13. 13. 13 12. – Public policies that factor in WRM-related challenges, climate change, and sustainability Circular economy Asset management with optimised costs Integrated vision of small and large water cycle Factoring in climate change Preservation of resources, environments and biodiversity Water at the interface of public policies: PLUi, Plan climat, TEPOS, CTEC, Trame verte et bleue
  14. 14. 13. – Growing and flexible partnerships for the public good Engagement with civil society organsiations - Professional bodies (control of diffuse pollution, communication…) - Local partners and relays - CSOs and NGOs involved in joint construction, implementation and reviews of policies and programmes Shifting partnership with inter-communal authorities - Co-construction of place-based policy for WSS and WRM - Pluriannual planning for investment, in concertation - A place-based dialogue and partneship to promote sustainable farming practices and related value chains Growing cooperation with institutional partners - Government, water basin agency, sub- national authorities (regions, départements, agricultural bodies…) - Reaching to new partners, in line with emerging challenges (natural parc, etc.) Open innovation with the value chain - Deploying innovative technologies, on pilot sites (water quality, smart water…) - Next generation treatment facilities (decarbonatation, methanisation, energy efficiency..) Bolstering the capacity to act on shared objectives 14
  15. 15. HAPPY TO SHARE MORE VIRTUALLY TODAY OR IN CO-PRESENCE AT SDEA, WHERE YOU ARE WELCOME Contact : joseph.hermal@sdea.fr 15

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