Optimization of water infrastructure
We have a wealth of experience with complete solutions of cost-effective design, construction, renovation, maintenance and management of production sources, distribution and potable water use. With services on water networks we help increase energy and environmental efficiency, reduce water losses and increase compliance and health suitability of potable waters in 5 countries in the region (Slovenia, Croatia, Italy, Bulgaria, Romania). We cooperate with 14 major potable water supply systems.
At Petrol, we have developed the DISNet-WS (Digital Intelligent Smart Networks - Water Supply) service, which enables cost-effective planning of the development and renovation of an existing plumbing system, optimization and control of construction (new sections, reconstructions ...) and efficient real-time management and maintenance. It is possible to calculate static and dynamic performance indicators (KPIs) that form the link between the processes of managing water supply systems and areas for assessing the performance of service delivery (security, quality, customer support, sustainability, efficiency).
Plumbing system management, supported by a modern system and established performance indicators, helps improve energy and environmental performance, NRW, and CARL.
Improved efficiency of the water supply system ensures greater operational safety, reducing the risks in ensuring the compliance and health suitability of potable water on the distribution route from the water source to the receiving point at the user.
DISNet-WS services help increase energy and environmental performance, reduce water losses, and increase the compliance and health suitability of potable water in 3 countries in the region (Slovenia, Italy and Romania). We cooperate with 12 major potable water supply systems (Ljubljana, Maribor, Kranj, Velenje, Murska Sobota, Novo mesto, Trbovlje, Postojna, Idrija, Ptuj, Novara, Arad).
Together, we help our customers optimize the production and distribution of more than 70 million m3 of potable water in real time. This water would fill up approximately 28,000 Olympic pools.