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Performance Benchmarking (Presentation BM Werner Brenner Indonesian Experiences)

Performance Benchmarking (Presentation BM Werner Brenner Indonesian Experiences)

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Convention on Water and Wastewater in South East Asia
Sharing our experiences, problems and solutions. (Performance Benchmarking)
Convention on Water and Wastewater in South East Asia
Sharing our experiences, problems and solutions. (Performance Benchmarking)

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INDONESIAN EXPERIENCES IN WATER UTILITY BENCHMARKING
PERPAMSI
 Persatuan Perusahaan Air Minum Seluruh Indonesia
Indonesian Water Supply Associationwww.perpamsi.orgSouth East Asia Water and Waste Water ConventionHanoi, 7-9 June, 2005
Werner BRENNER, Advisor
 
The views expressed in this paper are the views of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of theAsian Development Bank (ADB), or its Board of Directors, or the governments they represent. ADB does not guaranteethe accuracy of the data included in this paper and accepts no responsibility for any consequences of their use.Terminology used may not necessarily be consistent with ADB official terms.
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Overview of Presentation
Introducing the Indonesian watersector and the BM program
Sustainability aspects of the water utilityBM program
Water utility BM what next?
 
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Introducing PERPAMSI
-Established in 1972 by the Indonesian Government-Since 2001: Independent water supply association
Organization:
-Head quarter in Jakarta (30 employees)-27 PERPAMSI offices in all Indonesian provinces
Members:
-All 306 Indonesian water utilities with 40.000 employees-Around 100 extraordinary members (suppliers, investors,…)
Services:
-Services to water utilities, governmental institutions, financinginstitutions, investors, donors and other stakeholder in the sect-Training foundation under PERPAMSI
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Introducing the Indonesian Water Sector
Water utilities are owned by local governments andcontrolled by local parliaments (tariff setting!)
Coverage for piped water supply less than 35% for urban areas and less than 20% for all Indonesia(currently 220 mio. inhabitants; around 6 millionhousehold connections from public utilities areinstalled)
Water supply is provided through 306 water utilities
Utility structure: 5% of all water utilities have morethan 50,000 and 60% have less than 10.000connections.
Overall coverage for public sewerage services lessthan 1%
 
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Water Utility Benchmarking inIndonesia –A tremendous task !
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Investors:
Receive reliable /comparative informationon utility performance andPSP opportunities.
Water Utilities:
Identify strengths / weaknesses in performance & efficiency inservice delivery, compared to other utilities.
Government:
Give appropriateguidance regardinginstitutional, managerialand financial issues.
Water Utility Benchmarking in Indonesia
-PERPAMSI implemented a World Bank supported program(PPIAF) in 2002/2003 where 80 water utilities participated.-Increase to 150 utilities by the end of 2007 planned.

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