Official title of the project

Kolubara Regional Water Supply Scheme

Project information

Region / City
Cities
Valjevo, Lazarevac, Ub, Mionica, Lajkovac
Total budget of programme / project

15900000

Implementation period
2011. Oct - 2013. Oct
Expected results

Improve potable water supply, operational efficiency of the PUC-s, reduce health hazards, improve protection of health, and create the pre-requisites for sustainable demographic and economic development.

Beneficiary

Municipalities Valjevo, Lazarevac, Ub, Mionica and Lajkovac

Partners

EU, Municipalities Valjevo, Lazarevac, Ub, Mionica, Lajkovac and Government of the Republic of Serbia

Summary of the project

  • Raw water system Rovni - Paklje - WTP Pećina;
  • Treated water system in Valjevo to WT Gajina;
  • Transmission system - Section Valjevo-Mionica-Ub-Lazerevac;
  • Rehabilitation and extension of local water distribution systems;
  • Remote control and operation system for the Regional Scheme.
  • Embedding in documented development strategies: National Strategy X; Regional Strategy X; Local Strategy X; Urban Master Plan X
    Fact sheet - SR
    Fact sheet - EN

Programme/Project objectives

  • Improve potable water supply, operational efficiency of the PUC-s, reduce health hazards, improve protection of health, and create the pre-requisites for sustainable demographic and economic development.
  • To integrate a series of communal water supply systems and transform them into a technically, financially and institutionally sustainable regional water supply scheme.
  • To optimize exploitation and improve sanitary protection of local water resources.
  • To comply with the relevant national and EU regulations on public water supply and related public health, environmental protection issues.

Specific objectives

  • Improve potable water supply, operational efficiency of the PUC-s, reduce health hazards, improve protection of health, and create the pre-requisites for sustainable demographic and economic development.
  • To integrate a series of communal water supply systems and transform them into a technically, financially and institutionally sustainable regional water supply scheme.
  • To optimize exploitation and improve sanitary protection of local water resources.
  • To comply with the relevant national and EU regulations on public water supply and related public health, environmental protection issues.