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Another Czech Waste Water Treatment Plant is Going to be Put into Operation in Kosovo within the Czech Development Cooperation

On April 17, 2015 on behalf of Director of the Czech Development Agency Mr. Michal Kaplan, Mr. Ivo Šilhavý, the Czech Ambassador to Kosovo, signed Memorandum of Understanding with Mr. Gjelosh Vataj, Director of the Regional Water Company Prishtina, and Mr. Hysen Durmishi, Director of the Department of Infrastructure – Municipality of Pristina, concerning the implementation of the project „Improvement of Water Quality in the Badovac Lake through Introduction of Proper Waste Water Management System“.

Project is to be financed from the Czech Development Cooperation Fund. As a part of the project, within three upcoming years a waste water treatment plant will be constructed and put into operation at the Badovac Lake, which is the main source of drinking water for City of Gračanica, and one of the main accessible resources of drinking water for the Capital Pristina. Waste water treatment plant will fully exploit unique Czech technology. Already two similar Czech waste water treatment plants are operating in Kosovo – first one close to village Harilaçi, also funded within the Czech Development Cooperation, and the second one in the newly built Palace of Justice in the suburb of Pristina. 


Badovac Memorandum