Eau de Paris

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Eau de Paris
Municipally owned corporation
IndustryWater industry
Area served
Key people
Célia Blauel (chair)
ProductsDrinking water
ParentCity of Paris

Eau de Paris (Paris Water) is the publicly owned company responsible for the public water supply and waste water collection for the city of Paris.


The company was created in 2008 after a ballot initiative from then Mayor Bertrand Delanoë. The city's water was then substantially managed by two private companies (Veolia and Suez) which the municipal government bought out.[1]


The company distributes 563,000 m³ of drinking water a day.[2] In 2010 the company began installing drinking fountains dispensing fizzy water in the city.[3]

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  1. ^ O'Brien, Hettie. "Our privatised water system has failed - it's time to look for alternatives". Open Democracy. Retrieved 25 July 2018.
  2. ^ "Homepage". Eau de Paris. Retrieved 25 July 2018.
  3. ^ Fenwick Elliott, Annabel. "Paris is installing free fizzy water fountains across the city". The Telegraph. Retrieved 25 July 2018.

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