La Municipalité d’Yverdon-les-Bains a approuvé une hausse de 55 cts par m3 des tarifs de l’eau potable dès le 1er janvier 2024.
Découvrez la provenance de l’eau d’Yverdon-les-Bains dans ce reportage, et son parcours jusqu’à vos robinets.
Nous vous invitons, à travers de notre campagne sur l’eau, à en découvrir plus sur le cycle domestique de l’eau à Yverdon-les-Bains. Ensemble, préservons l’eau pour demain !
Vous prévoyez de vous absenter quelques jours de votre domicile ? Pensez à rincer vos installations d’eau potable !
Following the floods in July, the City of Yverdon-les-Bains' Energy Department, which is responsible for water distribution, has been working hard to ensure that the people of Yverdon receive quality water, even though the natural elements that have been unleashed in recent weeks (record rainfall, record floods) have caused the region's professionals to spend several sleepless nights.
The measures taken by the City of Yverdon-les-Bains to ensure quality water since the beginning of the floods remain in force. In anticipation, the level of chlorine in the drinking water had been increased to guarantee its bacteriological quality. In recent days, the taste of the water may be affected in some areas, some consumers may not be able to drink it...
Drinking water is a basic necessity for consumption and fire protection. It must also meet hygienic requirements...
Like the entire Swiss plateau, Yverdon-les-Bains has found the presence of chlorothalonil in its drinking water. The water distributed is still drinkable. Corrective measures are under way.
The OSAV lays down the requirements that must be met to ensure that drinking water, shower water and bath water do not endanger the health of consumers.
From 19 September to 16 October 2017, Yverdon-les-Bains Énergies is conducting a campaign to search for leaks on the water network.