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Serbia with a plan for waste water treatment and waste processing facilities

21 october 2020

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The Ministry of Environmental Protection of Serbia, together with the local governments in the country, has prepared project-technical documentation for the construction of 29 waste water treatment plants and 11 municipal waste treatment facilities, BalkanEngineer.com learned from the website eKapija.com.

 

 

It also became clear that financial assistance from the Council of Europe Development Bank of EUR 500 million has been provided for that purpose. The Serbian Ministry has provided international funding through grants or loans to five cities in the country - Kraljevo, Nis, Cacak, Kragujevac and Leskovac, where waste water treatment facilities will be built and sewage systems will be expanded. Additional funds are sought for other settlements - Novi Pazar, Zrenyanin, Indjia, Stara Pazova, Vrnyachka Banya, Valevo, Sombor and Sremska Mitrovica.

 

The projects of waste water treatment facilities in Prokuple, Gorni Milanovac, Kanjiza, Horgos, Lebane, Svrlig, Despotovac, Topola and Mionica are currently being prepared, eKapija.com reports as well.

 

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