Project Details

Location: Cantemir, Moldawien
Duration:
Client: Austrian Development Agency (ADA)
Budget: 123,000 €
Financier: Austrian Development Agency (ADA)

Info: MACS experts provide the Institutional support, Financial support and process development, O&M development and training of staff as well as HR Capacity Development to improve the waste water service situation in the Moldovan town of Cantermir.

Moldova: Establishing Safe Waste Water Disposal in the town of Cantemir

MACS Energy & Water together with the lead partner Posch & Partners Consulting Engineers (P&P), Austria, have been contracted by the Austrian Development Agency (ADA) to provide services to improve the waste water service situation in the Moldovan town of Cantermir.

MACS experts provide the Institutional support, Financial support and process development, O&M development and training of staff as well as HR Capacity Development and are thus assisting the upgrading of the municipal utility, particularly concerning general, financial and technical management capacity.

The specific goal of this assignment is to provide the population of Cantemir with a sustainable water supply and sanitation, i.e. through the optimization of the current water supply system, the rehabilitation of the existing and extend the sewer collector systems, the reconstruction of a new wastewater treatment plant and capacity building of Apa Canal in order to allow technically and environmentally sound and a financial sustainable operation of the existing and new facilities.

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Matthias Hitzel

Management
Chief of Operations

+49 69 943188-13

matthias.hitzel@macsonline.de

Matthias Hitzel

Management
Chief of Operations

+49 69 943188-13

matthias.hitzel@macsonline.de

Managing Director

Matthias has a degree in agricultural science and postgraduate honors in rural development and more than 20 years of professional experience in international development projects. At MACS he developed into a prolific Project Manager and Institutional Expert as well as Team Leader who played a major role during the very successful rehabilitation program for water and sanitation in Batumi (Georgia).

In the field of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Matthias has developed a profile for himself and MACS through his work of coordinating the finance division for energy projects in the framework of the Green for Growth Fund (GGF), which has earned a reputation as one of the leading EE/RE funds today.

As one of the Partners and Managing Directors of MACS, Matthias is responsible for operations and financial management at MACS.