Over €60 Million to Improve Dubrovnik’s Water Supply and Treatment System

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Copyright Romulic and Stojcic
Copyright Romulic and Stojcic

“This project will not only provide inhabitants with the essential access to clean water and reduced water losses but it will also boost the commercial and touristic attractiveness of the area, thus improving the local socio-economic development,” said Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms Elisa Ferreira.

The Dubrovnik Agglomeration project covers the reconstruction of the existing water supply and wastewater collection systems and the construction of new sections, which will result in 98% water supply coverage and 92% wastewater collection coverage.

The project envisages the upgrading of more than 40 kilometres of water supply infrastructure and 31 kilometres of public wastewater collection infrastructure, the construction of new pump stations, water reservoirs and other necessary facilities as well as of a new wastewater treatment plant.

A drinking water treatment plant has already been built and the cost of its construction will be refinanced via the agglomeration project.


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