Mr David Lisnard, President of SICASIL, shared during the greetings ceremony on January 28, 2014, the guidelines for action in the public service of drinking water.
The SICASIL, Intercommunal Syndicate of Drinking Water in the Cannes Agglomeration, is in charge of the drinking water public service of the Cannes basin. Its main aims are to sustainably preserve the water resources and bring a concrete, innovative and exemplary contribution to the energy security of the Alpes-Maritimes.
More than 110 elected officials and public authorities representatives, environmental organizations, businesses and SICASIL partners attended the ceremony of wishes extended by Mr David Lisnard, President of SICASIL.
After presenting the results of the past year that allowed SICASIL to display its strength for a growing quality service of water at a right price, David Lisnard shared during the greetings ceremony the orientations for this new year of the public service action with all his guests.
2013 has been in the Cannes area the year of a still exemplary and innovative public service of drinking water, ensuring all users of the Cannes basin a drinking water of excellent quality at the right price with the SICASIL investing for reliability and safety.
Boasting three micro-hydroelectric plants installed on the potable water system and some solar pannels on roofs of water plants, the SICASIL pioneered in 2006 in the development of renewable energy based on the solar and hydraulic potential of its heritage. A model of reliability and safety in drinking water supply, the SICASIL will keep on striving to ensure a steady water supply and pool costs to take advantage of economies of scale.
In 2014, the SICASIL will be mobilised by initiating a new cycle of increasingly virtuous management to sustainably conserve water resources. It will lead, as in previous years, a sustained program of work to ensure the sustainability of public service and will as well will initiate the necessary behavior changes to achieve its objectives through user awareness.