Installing smart water meters for our customers

We will begin installing remotely readable smart meters this summer and plan to replace the water meters for all customers in the service area with smart ones by 2026 at the latest.

Smart water meters are installed for all private persons and companies who have entered into a direct contract with Tallinna Vesi.

More information can be found here.

Free drinking water taps are open in Tallinn

About 40 public taps are open in Tallinn for summer season. From the taps, flows fresh drinking water with controlled quality.

All public taps are found on a map, which is available here.

Water taps are also marked with a QR-code, which can be scanned to find all water taps in Tallinn.

Tap’s are open from the beginning of June until the end of September.


For the benefit of a clean Baltic Sea

Wastewater treatment at Paljassaare plant contributes significantly to the creation of a pure environment for the Baltic Sea. Since 2006 Tallinn is no longer included in the Helcom list of hotspots. This has been an excellent recognition of our investments made in the continuous improvement of our wastewater treatment process.

Water is blue, I am green

Environment is important for us. We do our best to find environmentally friendly solutions in our work and to increase the environmental awareness of the population.

We create better life with pure water

Our performance impacts the environment and the quality of life of almost one third of the population in Estonia. Supplying high quality drinking water as well as leading off wastewater and storm water and conducting it back to the nature after treatment requires strong contribution and arduous efforts from our professional staff.


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