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為了提供更大的社會價值的自來水設施發揮的作用

Role of Water Utilities in Delivering Wider Social Value, 2019

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 918952
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 45 Pages
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為了提供更大的社會價值的自來水設施發揮的作用 Role of Water Utilities in Delivering Wider Social Value, 2019
出版日期: 2019年12月04日內容資訊: 英文 45 Pages
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本報告提供全球自來水設備市場整備趨勢其經濟、社會意義相關分析,現今的自來水整頓現狀,及世界各國的自來水整備事業主要的成功案例,經濟、社會影響力擴大的機會,產業相關人員今後應致力處理的課題等資訊彙整,為您概述為以下內容。

摘要整理

分析範圍、市場定義

整體的概要:自來水設備

  • 自來水設備所扮演的角色
  • 自來水設備結構
  • 自來水設備所扮演的角色:世界規模/各國規模

全球市場的成功案例:案例研究

  • 全球市場的成功案例:案例研究
  • 最佳業務實踐:Lilongwe Water Board/FWB
  • 最佳業務實踐:AWR/the York Water Company
  • 最佳業務實踐:Melbourne Water/Water Corporation
  • 最佳業務實踐:Thames Water/Northumbrian Water
  • 最佳業務實踐:Vodovod i Kanalizacija d.o.o/K Water
  • 最佳業務實踐:Manila Water Company/PBA Holdings BhD
  • 最佳業務實踐:Water Care/SES
  • 最佳業務實踐:Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company/約克郡 Water

成長機會

  • 5種主要的成長機會
  • 成長機會 (1):國際議程為基礎的,國內、外資型企業的合作
  • 成長機會 (2):社會弱者人力資源培養研討會
  • 成長機會 (3):娛樂目的的自然保護
  • 成長機會 (4):決策的基層方法
  • 成長機會 (5):水資源的品質、持續性維持的技術開發
  • 擴大社會、經濟價值的影響的策略性課題

摘要和結論

  • 結論:自來水設施的作用增加
  • 結論:影響力的擴大

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目錄
Product Code: 9AAF/59

Global Success Stories

Seasonal water shortages, increased water demand, and water scarcity caused by population and economic growth have challenged water sustainability and the water quality supplied to the public. Conventionally, water is supplied by water utilities in charge of provisioning clean water and sanitation. Over the years, the value of water has grown beyond that of a primary need and its utilisation has been incorporated daily as a desired amenity. Thus, water utilities have had to expand to be providers of not only primary needs but also catering to secondary needs. This study will discuss how a water utility can contribute beyond its conventional role by exhibiting success stories of water utilities from across the globe. The time frame covered within the study focusses on those achievements documented in news articles and annual reports issued in 2017-2019.

Social values are interrelated with economic and environmental values. Several examples in this study indicate how social interventions are profitable and have proven to influence water sustainability by improving the environmental quality, which is a crucial factor for businesses depending on natural resources such as a water utility. The key challenge lies in monetising the direct impact on profitability. For example, facilitating workshops and campaigns for water-saving awareness cannot always be directly translated into the sales of water usage from each participant over a period of time. However, in the Malawi region, a water utility managed to implement a prepaid water metering system to prevent losses from illegal water usage.

The emergence of water utilities implementing in-person customer engagements also continues to increase environmental values. Up-skilling workshops and in-person educational sessions on water usage and the risks of clogging will promote increased adoption of environmental conservation habits and behaviours. This, in turn, will help reduce domestic waste in the sewerage system and lower water-pollution.

Another example of how social values are related to environmental values is showcased by a water utility in Australia, which created an online platform for mobile permit applications for birdwatchers; this allows the natural areas for bird watching near the water treatment plant to be visited regularly and therefore maintained. This study presents more than 15 water utilities showcasing social interventions affecting economic and/or environmental values in this study.

Understanding the pattern of best practices from high-achieving water utilities is crucial to coming up with targeted interventions. Depending on the nature of the environment, geography, and demography, a water utility can have growth opportunities on different angles. In this study specifically, 5 growth opportunities will be discussed from the aspect of its contexts, opportunities, and calls to actions.

To compete successfully in the market, water utilities need to be aware of the right social interventions that will suit them best. Increasing the social value of a water utility is tightly associated with prioritising the needs of the people. Water utilities will need to expand channel and partnership initiatives, and also seek to leverage both top-down and bottom-up acquisitions. This study also emphasises the strategic imperatives that should be implemented for wider social, economic, and environmental values.

Research Scope:

The scope of this study focusses on countries such as the United States of America, United Kingdom, Germany, Croatia, Kenya, Malawi, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Australia, and New Zealand. No particular order of ranking was used amongst countries but experiences were evaluated based on their impact on the social values of the relevant society. In response to the increasing need of water quality, quantity, and liveability, this research service provides insights into the best practices of water utilities and is to be treated as a reference for future recommended actions for water utilities in different parts of the world.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Key Findings

Scope and Definitions

  • Scope
  • Definitions

General Overview of Water Utilities

  • Water Utility Role Overview
  • Water Utility System Structure
  • Water Utility Role-Global and National Scale

Global Success Stories-Case Studies

  • Global Success Stories-Case Studies
  • Lilongwe Water Board and FWB-Best Practices
  • AWR and the York Water Company-Best Practices
  • Melbourne Water and Water Corporation-Best Practices
  • Thames Water and Northumbrian Water-Best Practices
  • Vodovod i Kanalizacija d.o.o and K Water-Best Practices
  • Manila Water Company and PBA Holdings BhD-Best Practices
  • Water Care and SES-Best Practices
  • Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company and Yorkshire Water-Best Practices

Growth Opportunities

  • 5 Major Growth Opportunities
  • Growth Opportunity 1-Local and International Collaborations Based on Global Agendas
  • Growth Opportunity 2-Skill-building Workshops with Vulnerable Groups
  • Growth Opportunity 3-Nature Reservation for Recreational Purposes
  • Growth Opportunity 4-Grassroots Approach for Decision Making
  • Growth Opportunity 5-Technology Innovations for Water Quality and Water Sustainability
  • Strategic Imperatives for a Wider Impact on Social and Economic Values

Summary and Conclusion

  • Conclusion-Wider Role of a Water Utility
  • Conclusion-Wider Values Impacted
  • Legal Disclaimer

Appendix

  • List of Exhibits

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