Given the geography of the Canarian archipelago, each of the seven islands is an independent basin managed by an independent water board.

The Tenerife Water Board (CIATF) is responsible for the direction, regulation, planning and management of water in Tenerife.

CIATF is a regional body run by the Council of Tenerife. Its most characteristic feature is that 50% of the board is made up by private sector stakeholders (concessionaires and owners of water resources, farmers, users, businesspeople and unions), whilst the other 50% comprises representatives from government bodies (Council of Tenerife, town halls, Government of the Canary Islands and public service concessionaires).


The primary functions of the CIATF are:


In addition to the aforementioned functions, CIATF has a range of other powers and duties, such as:

Aims and Actions

CIATF actions are subject at all times to the following principles:

Contact Details and Information

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