- 13 September 2021
- Posted by: eyath-news
- Category: All News
His vision for the evolution of the super fund into a “public wealth fund”, which will ensure the reinforcement of national wealth and the upgrading of the services offered to the citizen, stated in his speech, at the beginning of the EESYP day for sustainable development and public enterprises, its CEO, Grigoris Dimitriadis. “The state business activity must ensure the quality of life of the citizens”, pointed out Mr. Dimitriadis and referred to the optimistic prospects that are opened for the subsidiaries of the super fund through the Recovery Fund. “We want customer-centric, politic-centric companies, with good administrations, which will provide high quality goods”, Mr. Dimitriadis summarized the priorities of the EESYP management.
In the panel “Water: open future / Water resources management and sustainability”, the CEO of EYATH, Anthimos Amanatidis, praised the strategy of extroversion followed by the company participating in the first PPP water supply project for the Chavria dam of Chalkidiki, taking on the role of technician of the Bank of Cyprus for sewerage projects, collaborating with neighboring municipalities on several issues and mainly planning the creation of a Water Institute with a design and operational character. The institute will be a self-funded think tank, coordinating scientific associations, research institutes, universities and special government services.
Mr. Amanatidis also had the opportunity to present in broad terms the investment program of the company that is in progress and includes, among others, the expansion and increase of the capacity of the water treatment plant in Sindos, the repair and reinforcement of the Aravissos aqueduct, the upgrade of the sewage treatment plant and the self generation of energy, as well as the sewerage projects in the area of Dendropotamos. In relation to the rational management of water, he mentioned the task of completing the telemetry and remote control systems of the network, in order to reduce the quantities of non-billed water, but also the installation of “smart” water meters that will contribute in the same direction.
In the same panel, the CEO of EYDAP, Ch. Sachinis, presented the actions of his company on the triptych of water saving – energy – digital management, while S. Kouvelis, director of the Institute of Sustainable Development EPLO, pointed out the need for care of natural ecosystems that provide water through major engineering projects.