Created by Royal Decree No. 827-66 of 7 Rajab 1386 (22/10/66), the Regional Office for Agricultural Development of DOUKKALA ORMVAD is a public institution with legal personality and financial autonomy placed under the supervision of the Ministry of Finance. 'Agriculture. , Rural development and fisheries. ORMVAD is administered by a board of directors chaired by the Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries and assisted by a technical committee at regional level. Its headquarters are in El Jadida. Missions: Three main tasks have been entrusted to ORMVAD since its restructuring in 1993: Agricultural land development Management of irrigation and drainage systems; Support to agricultural development.
ORMVAH accelerates the pace. Since 2010, he has been active in his drip irrigation recycling programs. As a result, the first 10,000 ha conversion tranche is nearing completion and the Board has initiated the second 10,000 ha study. The goal is to convert about 80,600 ha and to generalize the drip irrigation method.
The groundwater exploitation comes from two 22-hole aquifers of which 11 are exploited by RADEEO among these twenty holes (20) capture the deep and confined aquifer composed of lower and middle Jurassic limestone with homogeneous formations with a thickness greater than 100 m, and three (03) belonging to the other RADEEO capture unconfined aquifer consisting of layers formed in surface deposits of the plain of Angad, alluvial deposits, limestones, marls and basalts covered by relatively Miocene clays impervious, its thickness exceeds in places 25 m.
RAMSA is a public industrial and commercial establishment with legal personality and financial autonomy. Management of two public services in Greater Agadir Water distribution (1982); Sewers (1992). Technical services: Coordination with the water producer (ONEP) in design projects and daily operations; Studies and planning. Achievements structures and networks. Exploitation.
PrevNext The main objectives of the RADEM and the means used in the field of drinking water can be summarized as follows: Security of supply of the city: to achieve this objective, the authority continues to study the update of the master plan of water distribution. It has also undertaken a collaboration with ONEP and Sebou Water Basin Agency's approaches able to find radical and definitive solutions to the security of water supply in the city. Improve technical performance by: • Replacement of old meters; • The renewal of obsolete networks; • Find and repair leaks. Monitoring water quality: in this context, and in addition to outsourcing the analysis of a private laboratory, the authority has put in place sources of turbidity as well as adequate means of communication.
RADEET is a joint public institution with legal personality and financial autonomy, the creation and organization of which is governed by Decree No. 2 64-394 22 Jumada I 1384 (29 September 1964). RADEET was responsible, since 1981, for the distribution of drinking water in the cities of Beni Mellal, Fquih Ben Salah and Kasba Tadla. Its field of action was then extended to the cities of Souk Sebt (1987) and Oulad Ayad (1992) and rural centers Oulad M'bark (2000) Foum Oudi, Oulad Yaich and Bazzaza Zouaer (2004). In 1998, RADEET was responsible for managing the liquid sanitation department of the city of Beni Mellal
RADEEJ was created on January 1, 1971 to distribute water and electricity in El Jadida, Morocco. RADEEJ was transformed into inter-board and took over the distribution in some cases, the production in the centers. On January 1, 1979, she took over the distribution of water in the centers of Oualidia. On January 1, 1980, he took charge of the distribution of electricity to Moulay Abdellah and Haouzia. On January 1, 1985, she took over the distribution of water and electricity in Ouled Hcine. On January 1, 1988, she took over the water supply at Adir Penitentiary entrusted to SMD. On April 10, 1989, she took over the production network and distribution of drinking water in Tnine Gharbia. In 1990, he took over the production network and drinking water in Ouled Ghanem.
AMENDIS is in charge of serving the citizens of Rabat to improve their living environment. Responsible since 1999 for the delegated management of liquid sanitation and drinking water and electricity. The company serves nearly two million people and has more than 1,700 employees. With an investment of nearly 14 billion dirhams over the duration of the contract, AMENDIS contributes to a healthier environment and a better quality of life.
Lydec is a utility operator that manages water and electricity distribution, wastewater collection and lighting for 5 million people in Casablanca, Morocco. These tasks are entrusted to the company under a contract signed in 1997 by the delegating authority and the financial regulator. The company's activities have a major role in long-term urban development, in designing the agglomeration of the future. The company participates in the implementation of the city's master plans and the development of standards. Their goal is to continually provide quality service to customers, while anticipating and supporting the development of the city.
BEMAFOTRA is a company present on the market since 2000, it commercializes industrial, hydraulic and electromechanical equipments.