Water for a big city
SUE “Vodokanal of St. Petersburg” provides drinking water to 5 million citizens and tens of thousands of companies and enterprises. One more task of Vodokanal is to collect and treat wastewater.
Since 2013, endangered pinnipeds - grey seals and (Baltic and Ladoga) ringed seals- have been rehabilitated at the premises of Repino wastewater treatment plant in the Kurortny District of St. Petersburg.
10 October 2013, the biggest environmental project – the Northern Tunnel Collector construction – was completed
Since June 28, 2011 Saint-Petersburg has been fully implementing the Helsinki Commission's recommendations for preservation of the Baltic Sea
SUE "Vodokanal of St. Petersburg" has been maintaining and servicing public toilets and has been acting as the contractor under the contracts for repair, rehabilitation and construction of public toilets since 2001.
As of 1 November 2018, SUE "Vodokanal of St. Petersburg" operated and maintained 709 public toilets, including:
An interactive map of toilets managed by SUE “Vodokanal of St. Petersburg” can be viewed here.
In 2019, by the Order of the Committee for Energy and Engineering Support, the maximum charge for using public toilets, run by Vodokanal, was 30 Rubles.
The right for free use of public toilets is provided for the following citizens: