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12 Mar 2021 DUBROVNIK, Croatia
The European Commission has approved a multi-million dollar investment in Dubrovnik Waterworks from the Cohesion Fund.
15 Dec 2020 ZAGREB
Nine contracts, worth HRK 197.5 million, for developing the water utility infrastructure in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County were signed in the southern town of Opuzen on Friday. The new projects envisage building 21.9 kilometres of pipelines in total into the water supply system, as well as seven kilometres of the main delivery piping, and a hydro-station and a pumping station with the flow of 12...
17 Nov 2020 ZADAR
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is providing a €4.5 million loan for the completion of a key infrastructure project in Zadar, the fifth-largest city in Croatia and a popular tourist destination on the Adriatic coast. The Bank’s financing will complement EU Cohesion Funds of €42 million extended to Odvodnja d...
10 Jun 2020 POREC
The Croatian town of Poreč, one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Adriatic coast will be able to complete a critical water infrastructure project in the challenging environment of the global coronavirus pandemic thanks to a EUR 6 million loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the EBRD has said.
29 Jan 2020 ZAGREB
Croatia's southern town of Imotski has signed a contract for an EU grant of 162 million kuna it will use to co-finance a 289 million kuna ($43 million/39 million euro) water supply and wastewater project. The contract was signed on January 27, with the remainder of the project financing to come from the environment ministry, state-owned water supply company Hrvatske Vode, the town of Imotski and the Prolozac municipality.
29 Jan 2020 ZAGREB
Warnings of deadly superbugs in Croatia’s biggest river raise serious questions about antibiotic pollution from drug production. Pharmaceutical pollution has been traced to the coutry's largest drug manufacturer. Why have authorities failed to act?
13 Jan 2020 SPLIT
Today, the European Commission approved an investment of over EUR 128 million from the Cohesion Fund to modernise water supply, waste water collection and waste water treatment infrastructures in the urban Croatian area of Split-Solin. The project will give 4,000 people access to high-quality drinking water and will provide more than 25,000 people with adequate waste water treatment.
3 Aug 2019 ZAGREB
On the 31st of July, 2019, the Minister for Regional Development and EU Funds, Marko Pavić, opened the works in Ivanić-Grad, which begin within the scope of an EU project worth more than $106 Million USD. This is a project that addresses the problems of the water supply in the functional area of the eastern part of Zagreb County...
21 Jan 2019 ZAGREB
The Republic of Croatia boasts the largest supply of fresh water in the whole of the territory of the European Union. But when it comes to domestic water supply systems there are some enormous losses, and in some, up to 80 percent of that water is lost through leakage.
7 Oct 2018 SOFIA, Bulgaria
The government of Bulgaria last week signed an agreement with European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to manage an initial $132 Million USD European Union Cohesion Fund investment grant to improve the country's water supply, sewage and wastewater treatment facilities. This is the first Cohesion Policy backed financial instrument for the water and wastewater sector in Bulgaria...
6 Apr 2018 ZAGREB
Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Thursday that the government had reacted promptly to the environmental disaster in Slavonski Brod and that an investigation would show how water in the area had been polluted by hydrocarbons. "We regret this incident. An investigation is underway to determine the cause of the pollution, namely the of the oil leakage from the pipeline which the Crodux company was testing, " the prime minister said.
2 Apr 2018 ZAGREB
The people of Slavonski Brod and the surrounding municipalities who get water from the local supply plant were left without drinking water on Saturday as it was established that it is polluted with hydrocarbons and cannot be used even after being boiled. The army was helping to supply people of Slavonski Brod with drinking water on Easter with six tank trucks, each up to 6,000 liters capacity.