Evaluation conducted by Jakarta Water Supply Regulatory Agency periodically, one of them concerning drinking water service standard. The parameters measured against this service standard are the pressure and quality of drinking water at the customer point. Some of these customer points have been agreed on as a measurement point. Here is a brief summary of the results of BRPAM's evaluation of the pressure on measuring points in Jakarta.
In the first quarter of 2017, it showed that the conditions of customer connection pressure are still many that have not reached the standard. The value of water pressure is said to meet the standards when it is at the value of ≥0.75 atmosphere. However, based on the evaluation, customer connection pressure water standards in the period of December 2016 to March 2017 increased in the West. This increase occurred from 43% to 49% on the measuring point. In contrast to the East region, the decline occurred from 51% to 45% on the point of measurement. This measure represents the customer's water pressure condition. Seen in the Map of Water Pressure at the Point of Customers in the West and East (Figure 1 and Figure 2), some areas that have not reached the standard of pressure at the end of the fourth quarter of 2016 are less likely to increase pressure in Q1 2017.
Figure 1 Water Pressure Map of Customer Connections December 2016
Figure 2 Water Pressure Map of Customer Connections March 2017
In the West region, the results of the evaluation in the first quarter of 2017, there is a percentage increase based on the number of customers who meet drinking water quality from 96% in December 2016 to 99% in March 2017. In the East, the results of the evaluation in the first quarter of 2017, There is a percentage decrease based on the number of customers who meet drinking water quality of 3%, from 99% in December 2016 to 96% in March 2017.
Figures 3 and 4 illustrate the water quality conditions of customer connections in December 2016 and March 2017.
Figure 4 Water Quality Drinking Water Area (DWA) March 2017
As is known, in the PAM Jaya Cooperation Agreement with PALYJA and AETRA, there are 5 technical target parameters defined as performance indicators. These parameters are Number of Connections, Water Production, Service Coverage, Sold Water Volume and Water Loss Rate. The five parameters refer to Rebasing PAM Jaya and PALYJA, and Master Agreement PAM Jaya and AETRA. The assessment of the achievement of the technical targets of each parameter, carried out in two service areas, namely the West for which PALYJA served and the East region served by AETRA. (Full report First Quarter Performance 2017 can contact BRPAM secretariat, click Contact Us (kms, shs)