Sabesp provides water supply, sewage collection and treatment services for residential, commercial, public sector and industrial consumers.

28 million customers

The world’s fourth largest Company in regarding population served (28 million people).

R$2.8 billion profit and R$4.2 billIon investment in 2018.

Sabesp’s average investment represents 30% of the total amount allocated to sanitation in Brazil.


  • 9 million connections
  • 247 treatment plants
  • 75,519 km network extension


  • 7,4 million connections
  • 565 treatment plants
  • 51,700 km network extension
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From 1995 to 2018, São Paulo Metropolitan Region population grew 31% while water production capacity was increased 42% (click on charts to enlarge)

Legal Water: 335 thousand people benefited with more quality of life.

Legal Water Program brings citizenship and healty to where once where the so-called "spaghetti"
São Lourenço System and the Jaguari-Atibainha Interconnection, more resilience against severe droughts.

Over 3.9 thousand buildings benefited by the Water Rational Use Program

Jaguari-Atibainha Intercone
Fighting water losses: R$665 million investment in 2018.
Sabesp's water losses (click to enlarge)

44 thousand hectares of preserved green areas, which is over 120 times the area of the Central Park (NY).

In 2018, Sabesp planted 306 thousand seedlings.In 2018, Sabesp planted 306 thousand seedlings.

Our hirings stand for companies with reputable socioenvironmental standards.
GHG emissions management Program in line with the São Paulo State Government climate change policies.

TIETÊ project

US$2.9 billion investments along 26 years.

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feasable connections

26 thousand feasible connections regularised in 2018.

Feasable connections - Total
What is a feasable connection
Biomethane unit production, in Franca Sewge Treatment Plant: pruduces fuel from gas effluent from sewage treatment

Innovation that allows, from sewage, generation of:

  • fuel
  • fertilizer
  • electricity
Biomethane pump in Franca Sewage Treatment Plant
Countryside investments reflected in the water quality improvement of important rivers.
Clean Wave: R$1.9 billion invested in sewage structure in the last decade.
2.5 thousand tons recycled in ten years.
Ultrafiltration unit on Rio Grande Water Treatment Plant: speed and quality in drinking water treatment
R$33 million invested on R&D and innovation since 2016.

Job opportunity for 3.7 thousand young apprentices.


1.5 million pieces of winter clothing donated in 2018.

The Company is a signatory of both the UN Global Compact and the Goals of Sustainable Development.


Equipe Sabesp

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