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Dr. Wahome Gakuru Half Marathon: Running for a Good Cause

Our team joined the County Government of Nyeri, residents, Marathon sponsors and other stakeholders in the second edition of Dr. Wahome Gakuru half marathon that was held on Sunday,10th November 2019 in Nyeri town. The event is held annually in honour of Nyeri’s 3rd Governor the late Dr. Wahome Gakuru who died in a road accident on 7th November 2017.

Nyeri County Governor H.E Mutahi Kahiga thanked everyone for turning out in large numbers to attend this important event.

By | 2019-11-11T06:47:30+00:00 November 11th, 2019|News & Press|0 Comments

Sharing is Caring

The Director and top management of Kirandich Water Company, Baringo County visited us on 07/11/2019 for a bench-marking exercise aimed at learning best management practices in the sector. The team had a chance to learn on first hand basis. They were taken through the processes of installation of advanced technology in as far as production, metering, billing and other aspects of water and sewer treatment are concerned. They also had a chance to witness fish farming practiced in our treated sewer water ponds. They were impressed by the level of ingenuity the company had applied in reusing every drop of water received at the Kangemi sewer treatment plant. The team also visited Kamakwa water treatment plant to witness the high quality of water produced there. They had a chance to drink the water directly from the tap!! The team thanked the Nyeri Water and Sanitation Company ltd Board of Directors, Senior Management and all staff for the hospitality they were accorded and for the willingness to share our business acumen with our peers in the sector.

By | 2019-11-08T11:47:35+00:00 November 8th, 2019|News & Press|0 Comments

Sanitation For All: Kenya Sanitation Conference 2019

The Kenya Sanitation Conference 2019 kicked off on 28th to 31st October at the Kenyatta International Conventional Centre in Nairobi. The Conference aims at providing practical and innovative solutions towards the containment, collection, conveyance, treatment, disposal and re-use of waste water and sludge in both rural and urban settings. The theme of the Kenya Sanitation Conference 2019 is “Sanitation for All”

NYEWASCO MD Peter Gichaaga presented the Company’s case as a panelist on Financing Sanitation Solutions for the underserved at the Kenya Sanitation Conference 2019 on 30/10/2019 attracting a lot of interest from the participants. The Conference is shifting attention to the Sanitation sub-sector which needs a substantial amount of resources and effort so as to catch up with Water sub-sector. We are targeting to increase sanitation coverage from 28% to 38% by close of 2019 through OBA and UBSUB projects.

By | 2019-10-30T11:12:07+00:00 October 30th, 2019|News & Press|0 Comments

Sanitation Standards in Nyeri Town Get a Boost

The OBA phase 1 project which involved the construction of sewer extension infrastructure is complete. The company has embarked on OBA phase 2 project which involves the physical connections of customer’s households to the sewer line. This is in a bid to increase the sewerage coverage from the current 25% to 35%. The company is committed to improving the sanitation standards of residents of Nyeri-Central Sub County and its environs.

Advantages of the OBA project

  1. a) Upgrading the quality of life

The quality of life and the hygienic conditions where the sewer system operates have already improved. The operation of the sewer system has relieved residents to a great extent from the previous problems of emptying septic tanks every now and then. It has also presented the much needed relief from having to maintain the septic tanks and has provided a much healthier and appropriate way to manage liquid wastes.

  1. b) Preserving the Natural Environment

Previously, sewage waste was discharged into septic tanks which might have caused pollution of the ground water of the areas where such waste was discharged. With the operation of the sewerage system, the waste water is directed to the waste water treatment plant in Kangemi where it is treated and discharged back to the eco system. The company also produces treated sludge which is used as manure by farmers. This has contributed to environmental conservation and promoted the culture of recycling.

  1. c) Increase Revenue

The project targets approximately 3000 households in new sewer connections. In addition to improving the sanitation standards of these households, these new sewer connections will increase the revenue of the company by an estimated Ksh 3 million per month when fully completed.

  1. d) Capacity Building

The staff members who have been working hand in hand with the contractor in the implementation of the project have gained meaningful experience which is helping them in the maintenance of the sewer system.

  1. e) Creation of Employment

One of the conditions given to the contractor undertaking the works of constructing the sewer infrastructure and connecting individual customers to the sewer line was to involve the community in provision of unskilled labour. This has provided a source of income to many young people hence increasing good will from the surrounding community.


By | 2019-10-09T10:46:50+00:00 October 9th, 2019|News & Press|0 Comments

Upgrading of the Pipeline Supplying Major Seminary and Environs

We are upgrading our pipeline in Christ the King Major Seminary area and adjacent areas so as to improve the water supply to our customers. We ask you to help us by reporting any water leaks detected. Let us all remain vigilant to ensure smooth supply. For any reports, inquiries, complains or compliments call us on 0734732481. You can also inbox us on FB @ Nyewasco or tweet us @Nyeri_water

By | 2019-09-27T06:06:02+00:00 September 27th, 2019|News & Press|0 Comments

New Sewer Connections Set to Improve Sanitation

The on-going Sewer connection exercise which is targeting customers from Garden Estate, Kamakwa/Kandara, Ruring’u/Skuta and Classic/Ngangarithi areas is set to improve sanitation standards tremendously. The company has made it pretty easy to apply for a connection at an affordable subsidized rate of ksh 2100. The company covers all the other costs. This is in a bid to improve sanitation standards in Nyeri Central Sub- County. We urge our esteemed customers to take advantage of this subsidy and get connected to the sewer line. The company is committed to its vision of being a world class Water and Sanitation services provider.

By | 2019-09-20T07:03:07+00:00 September 20th, 2019|News & Press|0 Comments

ASK Show, Central Region

Nyeri County governor H.E Hon. Mutahi Kahiga visited the NYEWASCO stand at Kabiruini grounds  during the ASK Show and Trade fair Central Region edition which was held on 11th- 14th of September 2019. The governor was impressed by the way the company has employed innovation and technology in water and sanitation service delivery. Among the revolutionary technology exhibited was a Water dispensing ATM that the company has installed in Witemere, a low income area in Nyeri town. This is in a bid to provide potable water to all residents. He further reiterated his commitment to support the company as it strives to provide water and sanitation services to residents of Nyeri Central Sub-County and its environs.
Kabaru Ward member of county assembly Hon. Joseph Njiiri Wanjira who doubles up as the chair of the select committee on water, environment and natural resources at the County Assembly of Nyeri commended the company for the good work it is doing in providing safe water to residents round the clock.
Staff members led by the chairman of the board of directors Mr. Patrick K. Munuhe, were on call to welcome the governor.

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By | 2019-09-20T07:04:21+00:00 September 20th, 2019|News & Press|0 Comments

Nyewasco Seeks Effective Ways of Provision of Water in Informal Settlements in Nyeri Town

Witemere pilot ATM water kiosk is ready and vending water to the residents of Witemere informal settlement in Majengo Sub Location, Nyeri Central Sub County. The water ATM will help the residents to access clean and safe drinking water  in the area. This is in a bid to combat water borne diseases as well as save them time which they use to acquire water for domestic use. This is one of the project that the company has undertaken to improve  universal access to water and sanitation services in low income areas in tandem with her Pro- poor policy.  The constitution of Kenya 2010, United Nations Sustainable Development goal number 6 and Vision 2030 express the right of every citizen to access to clean, safe drinking water. It is in this perspective that NYEWASCO is exploring innovative technology such as automation in water supply so as to ensure quality life to the less privileged members of the society. The Water Atm dispenses a minimum of 10 litres which costs ksh 1 and 20 litres of water at a cost of 2 Kenya shillings. The pricing has been reduced to the bare minimum so as to ensure that the residents of this area afford the water and none of them will be locked out of the program. 

By | 2019-09-04T05:53:12+00:00 September 4th, 2019|News & Press|0 Comments

Change of Guard

There has been a change of guard at NYEWASCO as Joseph M. Wachiuri retires from the chairmanship after serving  two consecutive terms successfully. During his tenure, Mr. Wachiuri steered the company to maintaining the number one position among all Water Service Providers in the country, a position it has held for a period of 11 years. The company is also the reigning Non -Revenue Water Champions. The in-coming Chairman Mr. Patrick K. Munuhe promised to uphold the company’s standards of excellence and work together with the management, staff and all stakeholders so as to achieve the Strategic Plan 2017/2021. The handing over ceremony was held on 16th August 2019 in the company’s boardroom.

By | 2019-08-28T12:55:44+00:00 August 28th, 2019|News & Press|0 Comments

About our website

The purpose for this website is to enlighten our esteemed customers on the services provided by NYEWASCO, their quality and availability. The website is also our public declaration to our customers of our commitment to the delivery of these services.

It spells out what the services and standard of service delivery that the customers should expect from us, and how to seek remedy if our services fall below our customers’ expectations.