Miya is engaged in efficiency-driven utility management, and in 2016 entered a new mega-scale partnership by expanding its portfolio to include the Portuguese giant Indaqua.
Miya took on the operational management of Indaqua's subsidiaries, including six regional utilities and a stake in a municipal water company.
Indaqua is Portugal's largest private water and wastewater company, servicing an area of approximately 1000 square kilometers in the country's north-east, and holds 30% of the market share in terms of population served by private entities. It serves some 190,000 consumers and an area of over 550,000 residents.
Headquartered in Matosinhos, Indaqua holds 8 companies in Portugal and two additional ones in Angola, Africa. In Portugal, it operates six municipal concessions that are concentrated in the three districts of Oporto (3), Braga (1), and Aveiro (3). Additionally, Indaqua holds a stake in a municipal water company and owns Aqua level, which provides back-office and technical services for all its companies.
Indaqua offers unparalleled strategic partnerships with financial groups, with expert know-how in diversified fields, holding immense market presence worldwide. Indaqua focuses on municipal concessions and PPPs, while catering to sustainability by optimized management of the water cycle, integration capture and eater treatment, transportation, and distribution, collection and wastewater treatment.
This marks Miya's immense potential for growth as a water operator. We seek to partner with additional assets such as Indaqua, through our bespoke operational models that advance concessions into new horizons of sustainability.
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