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29 Jun 2018 SYKTYVKAR
Authorities of the Komi and Nenets Regions are working on a program to improve the ecology of the Pechora River’s basin. Komi’s Minister of Natural Resources Roman Polshvedkin reports that the region had joined the federal Ecology project. "Since the Pechora is on that list, we are working on special programs, including, in waste treatment," the minister said, adding the river’s tributaries come from areas of oil fields, and it is most important to make sure oil products do not get into the rivers...
11 May 2012 Russia, SYKTYVKAR
On May 7, a court in the Komi Republic of Russia fined Lukoil, one of the major state-owned oil companies, $50,000 for releasing untreated sewage into a river during the autumn of 2011. The Komi Republic covers a vast area stretching from the eastern European plain far north into the Arctic Circle. The region is approximately the size of California, with a population of less than one million people...
22 Jun 2011 Russia, SYKTYVKAR
The Komi Republic of Russia in mid-June announced that a survey of its water assets revealed 79 percent of the sewage networks in the region are in poor condition, with just 15 percent of major sewers and 14 percent of intra and internal networks at an acceptable standard. The Komi Republic is an area of 416,000 square kilometers in northeastern European Russia...
10 Dec 2008 LONDON
Syktyvkarskiy Vodocanal utility is inviting sealed tenders for the Syktyvkar Municipal Water Services Development Project. The tenders are for equipment for water pumping stations and wastewater pumping stations and installation supervision services. The project is funded by loans from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, a grant from the Northern Dimension Environmental Partnership Support Fund and Syktyvkarskiy Vodocanal's own funds...
19 Nov 2008 LONDON, Russia
Municipal Unitary Enterprise Syktyvkar'skiy Vodokanal, the municipal water utility owned by Syktyvka City District Municipality has signed a loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to be used for a project to enhance the municipal water supply and sewerage infrastructure and services and to improve the quality of drinking water and sewerage systems in the city...
13 Aug 2008
There's a new way of getting water in St Petersburg: The first network for selling drinking water in bulk from kiosks has been created. Rodnichok (Small Spring), a limited liability company, established 11 kiosks in the yards of residential buildings of the Kalininsky District of St. Petersburg in July, Kommersant reported...