EYDAP organizational structure  ensures its uninterrupted network operation and excellent services to customers, facilitates decision-making and implementation within the scope of the Company's strategy and determines the set of relationships and roles arisen for the coordination across the spectrum of operations, with a view to greater satisfaction of customers, shareholders and employees of the Company.

Executive Division of Networks & Facilities

The Executive Division of Networks & Operations is supported by two assistant General Directors and is comprised of five (5) Divisions:

  • Water Supply Network Division
  • Water Treatment Plant Division
  • Sewerage Network Division
  • Wastewater Treatment Division
  • Operational Service Center (1022)

It is responsible for the proper operation and maintenance of facilities and networks of the Company in all sectors.

It oversees the implementation of the approved plan for water resources management.

It evaluates recommendations / suggestions of existing Divisions.

It manages the Operational Service Center (1022) in order to ensure its uninterrupted operation.

Executive Division of Project Development & Production

The Executive Division of Project Development & Production supervises the subordinated Division in order to ensure quality control of water, industrial waste and sewage, proposals for interventions in water supply and sanitation, the implementation of these proposals and improvement of all building facilities of the Company. A position as Assistant Executive Director is expected.

The Executive Division of Project Development & Production comprises of five (5) Divisions:

  • Division of Quality, Research and Development (R&D)
  • Division of Project and Development
  • Division Of Infrastructure
  • Division of Buildings, Property and Energy
  • Division Of Business Development with Municipalities
Executive Division of Human Resources and Organizational Functions

The Executive Division of Human Resources and Organizational Functions oversees the subordinated to it Divisions in order to implement the policy of the Company in matters relating to the administration, organization, management, personnel training and customer service of the Company

Its workt is supported by two Assistant General Directors as follows: Human Resources & Organizational Functions and Customer Service & Management Accounts

The Executive Division of Human Resources and Organizational Functions is comprised of four (4) Divisions:

  • Division of Human Resources
  • Division of Operation and Administration Support
  • Division of Education and Human Resources Development
  • Division of Customer Service
Executive Division of Financial Services & Control

The Executive Division of Financial Services & Control is responsible for implementing the policy of the Administration on issues related to financial resources management, costing, procurement of materials, services and vehicle fleet management. Its work is supported by two (2) Assistant Executive Directors

The Executive Division of Financial Services & Control comprises of five (5) Divisions:

  • Division of Planning & Control
  • Division of Information Systems & Technology
  • Division of Financial Services
  • Division of Financial Planning & Control
  • Division of Procurement & Logistics
Internal Audit Division

The Internal Audit Division has been established based on the decision 5/204/2000 of the Board of the Hellenic Capital Market Commission and the Law 3016/2002 on corporate governance, which provides for the obligation of listed companies to have a special internal audit services, designed to continuously monitor the operation of the Company regarding compliance of the existing institutional framework and has the responsibility to inform in writing the Board of Directors at regular intervals.

The Internal Audit Division is responsible for:

  • Monitoring the implementation and constant observance of the Internal Rules of Corporate Operation and the statute of the Company, as well as the general legislation concerning the Company and public limited companies.
  • To verify compliance with the commitments contained in newsletters and business plans of the Company regarding the use of funds raised from the stock market.
  • To check the legality of fees and all kinds of benefits to members of the Administration with regard to the decisions of the competent bodies of the Company, as well as relations and the Company's transactions with affiliated companies, and also the Company's relationships with the companies whose members of the Board of Directors capital involved in is at least 10% or its shareholders at least 10%.
  • To monitor and recognize the conflict cases of private interests of the members of the Board of Directors or managers of the Company with the interests of the Company.
  • To check whether confidentiality is ensured and also the appropriate notification of events, such as decisions on substantial changes of entrepreneurial action, decisions or agreements for conclusion or solution partnerships or business alliances and any substantial international initiative, decisions for submission of bid market etc.
  • To check whether there is a "pre-announcement" of specific transactions relating to Company's values for particular persons as defined in the relevant legislation.
  • To check whether Department of Corporate Announcement and Investors Relations Department comply with their legal obligations as established by the relevant legislation and whether the annual report shall be drawn up in accordance with the requirements laid down in RE. 5/204/2000.

The Director and the staff of the Internal Audit Division in the performance of its duties is independent, doesn’t belong to any Company's departmental unit and is supervised by the Audit Committee. Internal auditors are appointed by the Board of Directors and are full-time employees. The Internal Audit Staff cannot be members of Board of Directors or Company directors having Internal Audit responsibilities or relatives of the above up to the second degree by blood or by marriage.

The way in which Internal Auditing is performed is such that there is compliance with international standards of internal auditing and the Code of Conduct of the International Institute of Internal Auditors. The Internal Audit function performs independently at least the following activities:

  • Identifying and prioritizing business risks.
  • Overview of the Company’ s activities in order to ascertain whether they are effectively and efficiently and in accordance with the instructions of management, policies and procedures.
  • Examination of the suitability and effectiveness of Internal Audit in all areas of activity and with defined priorities.
  • Overview of the protection of Company’s assets as well as the confirmation of the existence of these elements e.g. with censuses, water counts, etc.
  • Assessment of efficiency and effectiveness in the use of resources and suggestions on problems that may exist.
  • Coordination with the work of external auditors
  • Evaluation of data processing systems in order to determine whether these systems achieve certain purposes and objectives and incorporated therein sufficient audit procedures.
  • Monitoring recommendations from previous audits for which there are commitments to corrective actions.

The Internal Audit Division can be backed up in the checks carried out by auditors who are external consultants (natural or legal persons). In this case, the Division is responsible for the final procedure.

The Legal Services Division

The Legal Services Division belongs administratively and functionally to the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Company. It is responsible for the legal support and representation of the Company for the purpose of judicial and extrajudicial proceedings.

The Legal Services Division is comprised of five (5) Departments:

  • Secretariat Department
  • Contracts and Opinion Department
  • Trials Department
  • Enforcement Law Department
  • Personnel Affairs Department
The Division of Communication and Corporate Affairs

The Division of Communication and Corporate Affairs belongs administratively and functionally to the Chief Executive Officer of the Company.

The Division of Communication and Corporate Affairs is responsible for the coordination and implementation of actions, activities and events promoting relations between the Company and stakeholders. It is also responsible for the corporate image by highlighting Company’s work to the society and for the corporate social responsibility.

The Division of Communication and Corporate Affairs is comprised of two (2) Departments:

  • Communication Department
  • Corporate Announcements Department