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About Waternet

Sfeerbeeld van kantoorgebouwen

IT’S ALL ABOUT WATER: STAGNANT, FRESH,
BRACKISH, POLLUTED, CLEAN, COLD, WARM…

Water and us

Water is all around us. Wherever we live, work or spend our leisure time. It affects our health, food, energy and transport. All that water forms a water cycle. Waternet is the only water company in the Netherlands that is dedicated to the entire cycle. We treat waste water and produce drinking water. We maintain water levels and keep surface water clean. We do this on behalf of the Regional Public Water Authority of Amstel, Gooi and Vecht and the City of Amsterdam.

What do we do for you?

Waternet is the water company for Amsterdam and the surroundings. We supply you with tap water and take care of the discharge of waste water. We also make sure you keep your feet dry by maintaining the water level and keeping the surface water clean. For these services you receive a water bill and a water tax assessment from us.

Contact us

If you have any questions about your water bill or water tax assessment please contact us. You can also contact us for other services, such as passing on a change of address or questions concerning your water meter readings.

Manage your water accounts online

Mijn Waternet (My Waternet) allows you to manage your water accounts wherever and whenever you want. You can check your water bills and water tax assessments, enter your water meter readings and change your personal details. You can do all this online. Because Mijn Waternet is only available in Dutch, we made this  quick-start quide to help you manage your water accounts.

Download the Mijn Waternet quick-start guide

World Waternet

Highlight Wereld Waternet dec 2013

In recent years, more than 600 million people gained access to clean drinking water. But globally 800 million people still lack these facility. And 2.6 billion people do not have access to decent sanitation. World Waternet works with local water organisations towards structural solutions for these problems.

Find out more on www.worldwaternet.com