Water is essential for maintaining an adequate food supply and a productive environment for the human population and for other animals, plants, and microbes worldwide. As human populations and economies grow, global freshwater demand has been increasing rapidly. In addition to threatening the human food supply, water shortages severely reduce biodiversity in both aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, while water pollution facilitates the spread of serious human diseases and diminishes water quality.
Water infrastructure refers to a broad term for systems of water supply, treatment, storage, water resource management, flood prevention and hydropower. The term also includes water-based transportation systems such as canals.
QACA performs inspection services using sound judgment, experience in field background, thorough documentation, standard procedure, and effective communication. We follow regulatory and quality standards to work safely and efficiently, enabling the project to be done in the scheduled time.