EYDAP (Athens Water Supply and Sewerage Company) is the largest company of its kind in Greece and serves approximately 4,400,000 customers (2,160,000 water metres) while the length of water pipelines is 14,000 km. The sewerage sector serves 3,500,000 residents with sewers spreading over almost 9,500 km.
EYDAP was founded in 1980 after the merger of the incumbent water supplier in Athens and Piraeus "Hellenic Water Company" (EEY S.A.) and the "Greater Athens Sewerage Organization" (OAP S.A.).
In January 2000, EYDAP S.A. was listed on the Main Market of the Athens Stock Exchange.
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