New, advanced SCADA in sewerage

EYATH S.A. integrates new state-of-the-art technology into its sewage network, installing a new remote control system in all sewage pumping stations in its area of ​​responsibility. The relevant contract for the supply, installation and commissioning of EYATH’s new sewage SCADA system was signed with the contractor at the company’s headquarters, at Tsimiski St. 91.

It is a modern and complete system of remote controlling – remote supervision of sewage pumping stations, designed by officials of the Directorate of Sewerage Networks, to replace the existing, less functional systems. The new SCADA system will significantly contribute to the optimization of the preventive maintenance of the sewage pumping stations and will enable early intervention for immediate repair of any damage and minimal burden on the environment. At the same time, having as its main feature its scalability, it will enable EYATH to expand its area of ​​responsibility to new areas, as the company will now be able to manage an even greater number of sewage pumping stations.

“New digital and environmentally friendly technologies together with our highly trained human resources, in other words the combination of the digital with the real world, is the way to make our infrastructure and cities sustainable and resilient. This is precisely the philosophy served by the installation of the new SCADA, which operationally will free our hands for direct, effective interventions for the benefit of the environment and the quality of life of our fellow citizens”, said the managing director of EYATH, Anthimos Amanatidis.

The project, which will be operational at about the end of 2023, has an initial budget of 1.4 million euros (plus VAT) and a duration of 18 months from the signing of the contract. The contracting company is AKTOR ATE, which was represented at the signing of the contract by the project manager Panagiotis Diamantopoulos.

The installation of the new SCADA is part of a set of large sewerage projects implemented by EYATH SA in recent years, which aim at the sustainable development and robustness of the city of Thessaloniki, the neighboring areas and of course our fellow citizens.




The contract was signed at the headquarters of EYATH at 91 Tsimiski St.



From the left, Christos Traganos, director of Sewerage Networks, Agis Papadopoulos, president of EYATH SA, Nopi Theodoridou, general manager of EYATH, Panagiotis Diamantopoulos, Project manager, Anthimos Amanatidis, managing director of EYATH S.A., and Grigoris Penelis, vice president of EYATH.

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