A Client-Focused Service Model
Our Water-as-a-Service® (WaaS®) partnerships address the many challenges clients face as they seek safe and reliable water: aging infrastructure, increasing regulation, rising demand, contaminants, and the heightened risk of climate change-associated drought.
WaaS® circumvents bureaucratic obstacles and guarantees delivery of the quality and quantity water you want at a price that satisfies the budget. We design, build, operate, update, and maintain infrastructure with the steadfast financial backing of Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners. Our team is well-equipped to work with clients to design the perfect solution for any financial situation.
We cover all aspects of the water cycle through customized desalination, advanced water purification, wastewater treatment, and water reuse/recycling services. We guarantee capacity, quality, and cost for municipalities, developers, and industrial clients, freeing them to focus on their core missions. We also acquire and upgrade existing infrastructure, and operate it for clients.
Water-as-a-Service® in Action: Alice, Texas
The state’s first P3 infrastructure project is set to lower water cost and increase resilience with no taxpayer burden
- City of nearly 20,000 residents
- Plant designed to produce 3 million GPD
- City no longer dependent on piped-in water
Alice, a South Texas city with a population of 19,000, depends on nearby Corpus Christi for its water supply, which is pumped approximately 20 miles from Lake Corpus Christi to Lake Findley.
To improve drought resilience and become more water-independent, Alice is turning to a nontraditional source of drinking water, the brackish aquifer beneath residents’ feet. When the WaaS® desalination plant goes online, it will provide a guaranteed volume of raw water to the city’s purification plant at a guaranteed price per 1,000 gallons. The arrangement will add much-needed drought resilience with no capital investment.
“The Seven Seas Water Group WaaS® approach offers an all-inclusive service package with no upfront capital investment, removing the unnecessary burden on taxpayers. We are pleased with the final contract and the price and solution offered by Seven Seas Water Group to provide clean water for our community.”
Alice City Manager Michael Esparza
Flexible Contracts and Financing to Meet Client Needs
Seven Seas offers variable-year arrangements and the ability to sell existing infrastructure, as well as ways to reduce operational costs. Clients have the option to renew contracts, potentially at an even lower rate. And, equipment can be scaled up or down to meet changing demand.
Cut through bureaucratic tape and get your water infrastructure project completed quickly with a number of funding options. Contact us to take advantage of new legal frameworks that encourage public-private agreements, and leverage our risk management capabilities with BOO and BOOT financing models.
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