Our Projects

The company has a number of projects running that are meant to expand our services and better provide sanitation and water services to our area of jurisdiction. A few of the projects are as highlighted below.

PROJECTS DONE AT GWASCO

The company has a number of projects that have been done and others that are currently running, all meant to expand our services and better provide sanitation and water services to our area of jurisdiction. A few of the projects are as highlighted below.
KEROKA

African Development Bank(ADB) Funded Project

The Last Mile Connectivity Project in Keroka is funded by the African Development BAnk and is due for completion in April 2021.

OGEMBO

USAID-KIWASH funded Project

Repair of elevated tanks in Ogembo and Non-Revenue Water Management Project funded by USAID under KIWASH is due for completion in Sptember 2021.

Accompanying Measures Project

German Development Bank(KfW) funded Project

After Completion of the Kegati expansion project, accompanying measures project was initiated to ensure smooth handing over and management of project facilities and programs.

Kegati Water Supply Expansion Project

German Development Bank(KfW) Funded Project

Expansion of Kegati Water Treatment Plant from 6,000m3/day to the current avarage of 10,200m3/day provide enough water to Kisii County resident.

Nyamira Water Supply Expansion Project

German Development Bank(KfW) funded Project

Expansion of Nyamira Water Treatment Plant from a production of Nyamira water supply from 3200m3/day to 4000m3/day to provide enough water to Nyamira County residents.

Suneka WWTP Expansion Project

German Development Bank(KfW) funded Project

The main aim of this project was to expand the Suneka Waste Water Treatment Plant so as to receive more sewage and maintain this capacity to 2040.

Ikonge Solar Powered Water Supply

USAID -KIWASH funded Project

This KIWASH funded project enabled installation of 126 solar panels of 270Wats each to enable pumping of treated water from the source to storage, which there after slows to consumers through gravity, hence reducing the cost of production.

Amabuko Borehole

Kisii County Funded Community Project

This project was done to enable supply of water to residents of Keumbu.

Partners and Supporters

The company is in collaboration with a number of organizations including: