Non-collective sewage


Given the growing demographic pressure and the challenges of exponential urbanization, wastewater treatment has become a major issue for communities and territories. 

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 2.3 billion people do not have access to a basic sanitation system and nearly 4.5 billion people do not have access to properly managed sanitation services (90% of wastewater is still discharged untreated into the environment).

Seureca is positioned as a key partner to support local and regional authorities in structuring their sanitation services.


Innovative solutions at all stages of the project
and all parts of the value chain

  • Household surveys

  • Studies of parcel-based sanitation technologies & soil purification potential

  • Audit of wastewater treatment facilities (pretreatment and treatment), sanitation systems, industrial pretreatment

  • Regulatory and institutional studies

  • Studies of the potential of sewage sludge and by-products valorization

  • Evaluation of the sector's entrepreneurs

  • Support for the setting up of projects

  • Feasibility studies of wastewater collection, treatment and recovery systems

  • Assistance to project management 

  • Support for the awarding of contracts

  • Project management of works

  • Definition of investment strategies 

  • Development of innovative business plans / business models

  • Diagnosis of maturity and operational procedures,

  • Operational performance and change management of organizations 

  • Hygiene promotion




Your partner for your collective and non collective sanitation projects




  • Investment support in equipment and infrastructure (maintenance, renewal, extensions, etc.)

  • Improvement of the quality of service and quality of life (waste control, increase of the service rate, healthy environment...)

  • Improvement of the sector's economy



Our emblematic references

Business case
Sustainably improve sanitary conditions for the population of Douala, Cameoon
Business case
Feasibility study and project management for the structuring and reinforcement of a sewage sludge line