Aqualia is the water management company owned by the citizen services group FCC (51%) and the Australian ethical fund IFM Investors (49%). The company is the fourth water company in Europe by population served and is among the top ten in the World, according to the latest Global Water Intelligence ranking (August 2019). It currently serves more than 25 million users in 17 countries: Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Spain, France, Italy, Mexico, Oman, Portugal, Qatar, the Czech Republic, Romania and Tunisia. In 2019, the company billed 1,187 million euros and had a business portfolio of 15,018 million euros. Aqualia is responsible for the sewerage and treatment system in Abu Dhabi Island (the capital of the Emirate) and the sewerage and treatment system in Al Ain, in the eastern area of Abu Dhabi. This last project, carried out in a joint venture with the Emirate construction company MACE, was the first awarded to a Spanish company in the Emirates and includes the operation and maintenance of a waste water system of more than 2,400 kilometres with 68 wastewater pumping stations and 19 treatment plants.