Project UWWTD – Framework Service Contract »Water for Citizens«, Service Request »Assessment of Member States Reporting under the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive«
Institute for Water of the Republic of Slovenia participates in the Framework Service Contract »Water for Citizens« for the service request »Assessment of Member States Reporting under the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive«. The consortium is composed of lead partner Umweltbundesamt GmbH from Austria, and other partners: International office for water from France, VITO from Belgium and Institute for Water of the Republic of Slovenia. Member States of the European Union must report on the status of waste water and the adopted measures in accordance with the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive (91/271/EEC). The consortium has the following tasks: preparation of national reports on the fulfillment of the requirements that follow from the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive for the Member States, comparison of the last three Member States’ reports and upgrading of the information system in the field of urban waste water collection and treatment, which will provide insight into data for populated areas about their achieved level of equipment with the public infrastructure for waste water collection and treatment and will provide insight into achieving of the prescribed requirements regarding the level of urban waste water treatment from individual populated areas.
- Reports of the European Commission on the implementation of the requirements of the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive: http://ec.europa.eu/environment/water/water-urbanwaste/implementation/implementationreports_en.htm
- Beta version of the information system UWWTD_SIIF: http://uwwtd.oieau.fr/
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dr. Darko Drev
2016 – 2018
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