K-water will take part in the ‘UNESCO tap water international certification system’ that certifies the safety of tap water in cities worldwide. The UNESCO tap water international certification system is a system that evaluates the purification management and water quality of tap water and certifies participating cities to increase the percentage of drinkable water and dependence on tap water provided around the world. UNESCO has requested participation in technical advice from 2017 based on the high evaluation of the public character and technology of the water management public enterprise K-water. K-water was put in charge of evaluation of the tap water purification management section, and it will evaluate management of water sources, clean water processes, and observation management of applicable cities on-site and provide UNESCO with the results.
Registration Date: 2018-08-20
K-water Carries Out an Earthquake Response and Dam Safety Drill.
Successful First Water Bond Issuance after the Recent Inter-Korean Summit.
K-water Taking Preemptive Measures to Reduce Algal Blooms
Naming and Slogan Writing Contest for Busan Eco-Delta City.
Water Disaster Response Drill
K-water to Cooperate with KISA to Make a Safer Workplace.
K-water Launches Innovation 2.0
K-water Organizes the Social Value Committee