Indonesia

  • National WOPs between operators in Indonisia.2015 indonesia factsheet

  • emasesaThe main aim of the WOP was to improve the non-revenue water levels and the billing accuracy. A parallel outcome of this collaboration, was the increased motivation of staff and workers and the high satisfaction of both operators from the collaboration.

  • imgbatch1 105Case study of Water Operators' Partnership (WOP) between Indah Water Konsortium (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) and PDAM Tirtanadi (Medan, Indonesia) facilitated by USAID through ECO-Asia - Waterlinks to increase the number of households connecting to Medan's city sewerage system by promoting sanitation using USAID 10‑Step Promotion Program Toolkit and staff training.

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    The aim of the WOP is to have a better community understanding of benefits of sewerage services

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    WaterLinks, with support from USAID through the WaterLinks Alliance activity, proposes to facilitate a WOP between PBAPP and Tirta Kencana focusing on improving water distribution system in Samarinda (Indonesia). PBAPP from Malaysia is highly recognized in the region by its excellent water supply distribution network with the lowest NRW rate in the nation. Expected to last between 12-15 months, this WOP will help build the capacity of Tirta Kencana to manage NRW and pressure, enable continuous water supply, and recognize practical innovations and technologies employed by PBAPP. WaterLinks proposes the WOP to benefit at least 12,000 customers.

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    wop asiaOne of the aims of this WOP is to share in knoledge in Non Revenue Water (NRW) management

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    The aim of this WOP is to exchange knowledge about sanitation between operators 

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    The aim of this WOP is to improve the management of the wastewater facilities 

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    The aim of this WOP is technical assistance to build their capacities to strengthen and improve their septage management operations

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    The aim of this WOP is to connect 3,000 new urban poor households in Surabaya

  • wop asiaThe WOP focuses on improving water distribution system management (including services expansion) and helps to strengthen the capacity of PDAM Kota Denpasar to manage NRW and pressure, to enable continuous water supply and to recognize practical innovations and technologies employed by Ranhill Utilities. The WOP also explores opportunities to expand and distribute water supply to Denpasar’s marginalized communities. 

     

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    Operational staff from Jambi and Palembang had already been in contact in previous years to the WOP. About ten years before the start of this WOP, Jambi had helped Palembang improving their operations and mapping all their assets through a GIS system. Ten years later the situation had reversed in Jambi and they requested help from Palembang (through PERPAMSI).

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    PDAM Tirta Raharja was invited by PERPAMSI to participate in the evaluation meeting for the WOP program that took place in July 2012 in Batam. The purpose of this meeting was to evaluate the WOPs developed during the first WOP program of the association, as well as to showcase some of the good results to prospective PDAMs. For that reason, prospective mentor utilities were invited to Batam to present their company profile highlighting their set of best practices.. Prospective recipient PDAMs were also invited to participate if they were interested in participating in such a program. At that point Tirta Raharja and Tirta Kepri had never collaborated officially together. The Director of Tirta Kepri already knew that Tirta Rahaja was well known in Indonesia for their advanced IT systems. From the company profile presentation Tirta Kepri became interested in the NRW reduction practices that Tirta Raharja had developed. At the end of this meeting Tirta Kepri send a request to PEPAMSI to partner with the utility of Tirta Raharja. The director of Tanjung Pinang mentions that he had been working together in the past with West Javanese people and he had enjoyed the cooperation, as they are known for being honest people.  Tirta Raharja was neither familiar with the operations of Tirta Kepri, nor its management, but decided to accept the match proposed by PERPAMSI.

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    This WOP aim to provide safe and continuous water supply

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    The aim of this WOP is to resolve supply challenges by applying water loss reduction techniques

  • wop asiaThe aim of this WOP is to improve  the infrastructure and  sanitation practices of the mentee

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    The aim of this WOP is to improve water quality management since PDAM currently faces water quality issues at the raw water source, and Ranhill holds a vast experience in providing safer quality water supply to nearly three million residents in the state of Johor in Malaysia.