“Pure water for programme regions” grant contract has been signed

June 11, the Managing Authority of Latvia-Russia CBC Programme and Municipal Enterprise of Pskov city “Gorvodokanal” signed the grant contract to implement “Pure water for programme regions” (Pure water) project.

Latgale planning region are joining efforts with Pskov Gorvodokanal in the project to contribute to higher quality of drinking water. In Pskov, new intake will be constructed to reach cleaner underground water layers, which in turn will provide for cleaner discharge into joint basin of Latgale and Pskov.

Water treatment professionals and decision makers from project regions will tap on recent solutions and cutting-edge approaches to sustainable water management.

The project will focus on awareness raising among the locals on both sides of the borders through a series of public events and information campaigns.

The total budget of the project is around 3,8 mln with Programme co-financing amounting to 3,5 mln EUR.

Read more about Pure water: http://bit.ly/LatRus-Pure-Water

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