Project of Complex protection underground water and wastewater mana g ment in Kielce metropolitan area. Michał Piast, Jacek Korona Regional Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Ltd. September 2013.
Michał Piast, Jacek Korona
Regional Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Ltd.
Regional Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Ltd.- Consulting companyOwner of the company:- Marshall Office of Świętokrzyskie Region -80%, - University of Technology -20%Non profit Company's mission is to strengthen the region's competitiveness in manufacturing, services, education and management.
Our selected projects:EEN - Enterprise Europe Network is a unique network of nearly 600 agencies across the European Union (EU) and elsewhere supporting of the business units and research in Europe.
We help companies develop and implement innovation through partnership, information and advice.The network has its centers in over 40 countries, EU countries, candidate countries and non-EU countries such as Russia, USA, Chile.
Our selected projects:„Świętokrzysko - Podkarpacki Energy Cluster"The goal of the project is promotion, implementation and dissemination at the local, regional and national level of the new energy policy of the European Union.Transfer of experience and innovation in the European Union countries and the dissemination of good practice (implementation),Support the development of a distributed combined heat and power based on local renewable energy sources and the use of innovative technologies,Promoting measures to reduce energy consumption of buildings and production
INNO-TECH EXPO 17-19 X 2013 Kielce Trade FairsWorld exhibition on innovation and new technologies
The Expo is held in Targi Kielce from 17th to 19th October 2013. We are looking forwards to seeing representatives of young, technological companies i.e. start-ups as well as mature entrepreneurs representing the business sector of technologies.
The expo is also targeted at business-support institutions, technological parks and incubators and higher education institutions.
Exhibitors will be located in specially designed sections; e.g.: Start-up Zone, VC Zone, etc.
Kielce (capital of region) and 3 surrounding municipalities Maslow, Sitkowka-Nowiny and Zagnansk began at begining of 2000
2 step project concerning ground water and sewage.
Impulse for the project was directive 91/271/EEC which requires all agglomerations to have sewage treatment plant corresponding with size of agglomerations up to 31 December 2010.
Phase 1. Rebuilding of existing wastewater treatment plant in Sitkowka-Nowiny. The largest municipal wastewater treatment plant in the Region modernized with the help of the EU.Scope of the Project:9 buildings demolished32 facilities were modernized65 facilities were built.
Sewage Plant before project start
Sewage Plant now
The total value of the project after signing theContract:The anticipated total cost of the total:59 889 442.05 EURTotal eligible costs:53 097 401.14 EURContribution of the Cohesion Fund: 15 589 280,00 EUR26.85% of eligible costsBeneficiary's own contribution: EUR 44 300 162.05Water and sewage managment in Kielce agglomeration
Beforethe water was so dirty that river Bobrza did not fit in any class of purity.
Afterriver is the second class of cleanliness, very rare in Poland.Higher, the first class to the river leaves only at the source.
Before: as a result of exceeding the acceptable quality of treated wastewaterdischarged from sewage treatment in Sitkówka Regional Inspector ofEnvironmental Protection pointed fines:
After: 24.02.2012r. - A decision declining the amount of penalties imposed to 0 EUR !!!!
Phase II:Construction and modernization of sewerage and water supply systems in Kielce, Maslow, Sitkówka - Nowiny and Zagnańsk cost around 70 mln Euro.
The European Union will pay 85% of eligible expenses. The remaining portion will come from its own funds and a credit beneficiary of the Project, the Company Waterworks Kielce.
The total length of the new sewage network: 184.8 km
The total length of the new water supply: 17.3 km
Length of modernized network: 9.2 km
Length of modernized water supply: 5.7 kmWater and sewage managment in Kielce agglomeration
Benefits for End User project timeline
Construction and modernization of the sewerage network will eliminate any potential sources of contamination in the water.
Moreover, the connection to the sewer system is a significant savings in the household budget in relation to the use of septic tank.Water and sewage managment in Kielce agglomeration
Aim of the phase II: project timeline
19 000 inhabitants connected to sewage
2 000 inhabitants connected to water supply
Effective protection groundwater in our area.
Keep in mind that the lack of sewage can cause contamination of the environment, and reduce the health safety of the population.Water and sewage managment in Kielce agglomeration
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