August 6, 2020

Audited Accounts – 2018

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July 21, 2017

Nominees Postcode Lottery Green Challenge 2018

Nakuru Water and Sanitation Services Company (Nawasco) has embarked on a project that turns waste into affordable and sustainable energy.The company is making briquettes — a block of compressed charcoal or coal dust used as fuel — from human waste.Nawassco taps the waste from the sewerage system, which accounts for only 27 per cent of Nakuru’s sludge.The project is helping to reduce pollution related to dirty fuels such as petrol and conventional charcoal.
July 21, 2017


Before the briquettes find their way into Nakuru’s poor households, they undergo processes to ensure they are free from harmful pathogens that could cause diseases, and are safe to use.Human waste - the main raw material for the briquettes - is collected from pit latrines and septic tanks around Nakuru by truck and transported to a waste water treatment plant run by the Nakuru Water and Sanitation Services Company (NAWASSCO), where the manufacturing takes place.If more water companies team up with social enterprises and other businesses, as well as the government and development groups, on the activity, “it may generate income for jobless youths in the country while providing clean and affordable sources of fuel for large populations.
March 21, 2017


NAWASSCO held the annual open day at the Standard Chartered grounds opposite Huduma Center, Kenyatta Avenue. The open day’s theme was; “Making every customer experience better”. During the two day activity, the company staff were able to interact with customers and deal with various complaints. Customers who visited the stand were able to share their views of the company through a short customer satisfaction survey. The survey captured: how helpful the customer service representatives were, things that could be changed about our services, favourite aspects of our services, promptness and efficiency in responding to requests/complaints.
March 21, 2016


For two days, team NAWASSCO was able to camp at Kanu Street, Heshima market, Railways grounds, Oginga Odinga Road and Check point stage. During the open days, NAWASSCO social media pages; twitter and face book carried the hashtag #improving services. According to the oxford dictionary, delight is the fact or condition of being delighted, pleasure, joy or gratification felt in a high degree or to give pleasure or enjoyment and to please highly. In an aim to improve services and under the theme: “Delighting customers through quality service deliver”,
September 19, 2013


Nakuru Water and Sanitation Services Company Ltd continue to embrace the words envisaged in their vision and mission by reaching the underserved community in the Low Income Areas. On 19th September 2013, at Nairobi Road Primary, the Mzee Wanyama 4th Call Urban Project Concept funded by WSTF was commissioned.The commissioning was attended by the County Minister for Environment, Natural resources, water and energy- Hon. Richard Kipsang Rop; County Directo- Water and Irrigation – Eng. Johnson Kamau, Water Services Trust Fund representative- Eng.