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vlaamse watermaatschappij
SIGNIFICANT FACTS AND FIGURES 2012
The new management contract of the Société wallonne des eaux boosts
its investment policy: € 1.25 billion by 2022
400
Part related to sanitation
(constant price 2005)
350
300
Part related to distribution
(constant price 2005)
250
200
Amount of the average invoice
150
100
50
2005
2006
2007
2008
Securing the water supply:
the agreements concluded with CILE
In May 2012, SWDE and CILE signed a 30-year agreement
that will, amongst other things, improve the operation of
the Eupen and Gilleppe dams and secure the supply to the
municipalities in the north of the Province of Luxembourg
using water from the Néblon catchment.
The end of joint possession with De Watergroep
(formerly VMW)
When the Société nationale des distributions d’eau (SNDE)
was wound up in the early 1980s, a number of water
production and distribution facilities were transferred to the
joint ownership of the Société wallonne des eaux (SWDE)
and the Vlaamse Maatschappij voor Watervoorziening
(VMW, which has since become De Watergroep). This
complex situation, which was supposed to be transitional,
lasted almost three decades. In December 2012, the two
sister companies signed a framework agreement that puts
a definitive end to this joint possession but at the same
time extends the understanding between them.
produced volume
m
3
167,621,014
2009
2010
2011
linear index
of unmetered
volumes:
5.06
m /day/km
3
2012
* less compared
with 2011
➜To keep the price of water under control
➜To ensure the security of the water supply
➜To supply high-quality drinking water
➜To optimize customer satisfaction
➜To keep the environmental impact under control
➜To participate in regional economic development and
the development of international activities.
Social fund and taxes receipts
(constant price 2005)
450
-4,17%*
Wallonia counts on SWDE to consolidate the public
water service. The new management contract, signed
jointly with the Walloon Government in June 2012 for a
five-year period, comprises the following undertakings:
Trend in the amount of the average invoice (2005-2012)
in €
The signing of the new management contract
distributed
volume
101,798,616
m3
Eight undertakings for our customers
The new environmental approach
and ISO 14001 recertification
In order to achieve the best possible level of satisfaction
with the quality of the services provided, SWDE has
drawn up a charter defining the nature and level of
services which it undertakes to ensure for customers. By
publishing and circulating this list of eight undertakings,
SWDE asserts its intention to provide a high-quality
public service for the supply of drinking water.
The ISO 14001 certification guaranteeing efficient
environmental management has been renewed for the
Couillet and Verviers sites (valid until 2016). However,
SWDE also took the initiative to go further along the
environmental path. The company’s various divisions
have drawn up an operational plan intended to reduce still
further the environmental impact of water exploitation.
Breakdown of the capital (shares A)
(total share capital: € 1,252,056,175
Water quality
of analyses
103,193
8%
25 millions
51.48 %
99.7%
Provinces
2,5 millions
Municipalities
29%
Intermunicipal
2,5 millions
companies
Creation of a mini “drinking water” network with Forem
Together with Forem (Walloon employment and training service),
SWDE has undertaken to finalize a mini “drinking water” network at
the Polygone de l’eau competence centre in Verviers. This educational
tool includes a mini water tower and remote management
equipment. It will be used for training courses (SWDE and Forem).
It will also be made available to companies wishing to test their
material or for demonstrations. This initiative is an illustration of
SWDE’s participation in regional economic development.
Walloon Region /
SPGE
Public financing
companies20 millions
58%
4%
Turnover
hours’
training/
staff member
Full-time equivalents
on
1,485 (based
40 hours/week)
15.26 hours
(+44.10%)
€ 420,249,000
Undertaking of the 2012
investment program
€ 92.9 million
Successful Algérienne des eaux – SWDE twinning
In the context of its twinning with Algérienne des eaux, financed
by the European Union, SWDE contributed towards improving
the self-monitoring of water quality in Algeria, including the
implementation of a communication device that complies with
best practices as applied in Europe. With funding of € 900,000,
this 18-month twinning programme proved a definite success.
Moreover, the European Union has decided to highlight it as one of
the three best twinning programmes of 2012 (out of approximately
300 projects). Plans for another twinning programme in Algeria are
being considered.
€ 216,327,000
1%
Turnover
per staff member
€ 269,000
Turnover
excluding sanitation
€ 282,588,000
Solvency 69.18 %
Gross added
value /
Turnover
Total assets
€ 1,841,141,000
Operating cash flow
€ 95,974,000
THE NEW LOAN TAKEN OUT WITH THE EIB
75 millions
To successfully implement its investment policy (€ 1.25
billion by 2022), SWDE has obtained a loan of € 150 million.
This loan is particularly advantageous as it has been granted
for a period of 25 years (compared with ten years for the
conventional banks) and because, at 1 %, its commercial
margin is far lower. Moreover, this use of EIB financing also
enhances SWDE’s image among other lenders.
SOCOFE and SFPI JOIN THE SWDE CAPITAL
The Société fédérale de participation et d’investissement
(SFPI) and SOCOFE both took stakes of € 50 million in the
capital of SWDE. These two financial bodies, admitted as
new partners, will participate, amongst other things,
in the implementation of the master plan for water
production.
in thousands of €
number
analyses
conformity
rate
Gross added value
Operating result
Financial result
Extraordinary result
Income taxes
Net result
8,543
-8,870
1,326
-275
724*
*or 1.71% of turnover
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Municipalities supplied
Bassin Escaut
Mete rs in
operation
1,032,201
Population supplied
2,412,974 customers
(+1.14%)
Bassin Meuse
in m3
Average consumption per household (98.62m3 In 2012)
115
110
Localisation des secteurs
105
100
95
90
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
The complete 2012 annual report is available on www.swde.be/2012annualreport