Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority
Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority (PPWSA), as “PWSA” ticked in Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX), initially established in 1895 by Compagnie des Eaux et Electricité de l’lndochine (CEEI), a French water and electricity supply authority in Indochina and officially established in 1959 by the Royal Decree No. 164 NS issued on March 24, 1960. The core business activities are to respond for the water treatment, supply and delivery services to satisfy demand of the Phnom Penh population.
With the sophistication and satisfaction of the market, PPWSA maintains a stable and sustainable development pace by expanding toward the refurbishment and establishment of plenty of new water treatment plants and supplying capacities and networks.
PPWSA is committed to the sustainable development of its potable water supply services, consultation, and facility in order to ensure that people in other cities and provinces of Cambodia can get access to potable water. PPWSA is also committed to assisting other developing countries to supply potable water to their people.
The mission of PPWSA is to ensure the supply of clean potable water 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, with adequate water pressure and at a reasonable price to the people of Phnom Penh and the urban areas of the Kandal province adjacent to Phnom Penh whilst also considering the needs of those people living in poverty. In addition, PPWSA has been sharing its experience with some provincial-city water authorities in the Kingdom of Cambodia, as well as in the region and the rest of the world.