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Infrastructure Cofnij Rozmiar czcionki Drukuj

The first water supply network dates back to the 13th century, and the sewer network to the 14th century. In the first years of our Company's operations, i.e. in the early 20th century, the water supply system was only 81 km long, and the sewer system – 48 km. As time passed, the infrastructure was constantly expanded and the systems covered more and more regions of the city. As the system grew, the following were gradually built: water treatment plants, wastewater treatment plants, pumping stations, pressure boosting stations and drinking water tanks.
Infrastructure in 1901: Krakow Water today*
  • 206 household water appliances in the city
  • 43 standpost hydrants for water supply

  • 81 km of water supply system

  • approx. 48 km of sewage system

  • 4 Water Treatment Plants

  • 47 water system tanks

  • 27 pressure boosting stations

  • 3 water pumping stations

  • 2 301 km of water supply system

  • 2 Sewage Treatment Plants

  • 1 Sludge Incineration Plant

  • 5 local sewage treatment plants

  • 80 sewage pumping stations

  • 1 960 km of sewage system

  • 2 septic truck dumping stations

*data as of the end of 2020

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