'Let’s Clean the Water' in Slovenia

'Let’s Clean the Water' in Slovenia
Description

The Local Action Group of Škofja Loka implemented a project for training a team of local advisers and establishing an advisory office on new environmental standards and legislation on treatment of waste waters. A follow up project funded the construction of four small waste water treatment plants and a wide range of awareness raising activities.

Results

• The project provided 2 600 building owners with information on legislation requirements for waste water treatment, as well as access to professional advice. • The project helped install four waste water treatment facilities of different types.

Programme name
Rural development
EC’s priorities
Jobs, Growth and Investment
EU contribution
€100 745
Project location
Slovenia
Time frame
2011 to 2013
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