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Waste Water Treatment Plants on Mura River - Podturen and Tótszerdahely
Project ID: HUHR/0901/1.1.1/0002
Project acronym: MURA WWTP
Project title: Waste Water Treatment Plants on Mura River - Podturen and Tótszerdahely
Project website: http://www.medjimurske-vode.hr/medjunarodniprojekti.html
Call: HUHR/0901
Action: 1.1.1 Development of landscapes in the Mura-Drava-Danube area
Total project budget: 3 082 298,65 €
EU contribution: 2 619 953,76 €
Project Duration 01 May 2010 − 28 February 2012
Geographical location of the project: Zala megye, Međimurska županija
Project status: Finalized
Project description:

Construction and reconstruction of waste water treatment plants in Podturen and Tótszerdahely with the aim of  protecting and developing the landscape of the river Mura, creating a more sustainable naturally valuable environment in the CBC area.  In total about 400.000 inhabitants along the river Mura are expected to be influenced by direct and indirect results of the project. They will benefit from the better quality of the Mura river surface and groundwaters, the improvement of the quality of the inhabitants\' health conditions, new jobs created, a developed and improved landscape, protected NATURA 2000 area.

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Partnership

Lead Beneficiary

Međimurske vode
Croatia, Međimurska županija

 

Project Partner 1

Tόtszerdahely Község Önkormányzata
Hungary, Zala megye

 

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