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Wastewater treatment development in Budapest (with special regard to GEF project in NBWWTP)

Wastewater treatment development in Budapest (with special regard to GEF project in NBWWTP)

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Wastewater treatment development in Budapest (with special regard to GEF project in NBWWTP)

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  1. Wastewater treatment development in Budapest (with special regard to GEF project in NBWWTP)

  2. Budapest River Danube

  3. Existing and planned wastewater treatment plants of Budapest General sewage plan of the city prepared • South-Pest wastewater treatment plant (existing) • North-Budapest wastewater treatment plant (existing) • Central wastewater treatment plant (under construction) • South-Buda wastewater treatment plant (planned)

  4. Wastewater Master Plan of Budapest - North Budapest - South Pest - Central - South Buda

  5. North Budapest Wastewater Treatment Plant Nutrient Removal Phase funded by GEF

  6. The Existing Wastewater Treatment Plant Maximum daily wastewater flow : 200 000 m3/d Average daily wastewater flow : 155 000 m3/d Maximum hourly wastewater flow: 11 100 m3/h

  7. Influent and Effluent wastewater quality 2006

  8. Quantity of influent raw Wastewater

  9. Quality of influent raw Wastewater

  10. Requirements for Discharged Water

  11. Present situationDanube River • one of the continent largest rivers • most important contributor to nutrient pollution of the Black Sea (N: 700 000 t/year, P:70 000 t/year, 10 times the loads discharged to North Sea from River Rhine)

  12. Objectives of the governmental strategy on wastewater development • Sustainable use of natural resources • Meet the EU requirements (Hungary joined the EU in 2004 adapting the EU requirements, EU directives on water) • Commitments under international agreements (Danube convention established in 1994)

  13. Financial resources of developments in Budapest • Study on optimization of development resources - 1 850 million US$ • EU and GEF subventions ~ 60% • Government funds • Own revenues and loans

  14. Project costs of tertiary treatment at NBWWTP • Total 23,4 million US$ • GEF financing 6,5 million US$ • IBRD loan 7,2 million US$ • Local financing 9,7 million US$ GEF is playing catalytic role by financing a portion of investments The GEF project will have a demonstration effect in Hungary and the region

  15. O&M expenses and tariffs in Budapest • The actual sewage fee covering development costs, capital costs and operational costs with the lowest possible fee • Affordable new tariffs (4% of average households income) • Tertiary treatment in NBWWTP estimated at US$ 5 million (0,05 US$/m3)

  16. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!