ZAGREB, Oct 4 (Croatia Sun News) – A HRK 1.43 billion (€193 million) co-financing agreement for the construction and reconstruction of the municipal water supply infrastructure in the Kastela and Trogir agglomeration was signed in Split on Thursday. The work should be completed by December 2023.
The agreement was signed by Environment and Energy Minister Tomislav Coric, the CEO of the Hrvatske Vode water management company, Zoran Djurokovic, and the CEO of Split’s “Vodovod i kanalizacija” company, Tomislav Suta.
The project provides for the construction and reconstruction of more than 125 kilometres of the water supply network and over 230 kilometres of the public drainage system. After its completion, over 8,600 households will be connected to the public drainage system and over 1,600 households to the public water supply network, Minister Coric said.
About 70 percent of the project cost will be co-financed through the EU operational programme “Competitiveness and Cohesion 2014-2020.”
Also signed was a HRK 16.1 million (€2.17 million) co-financing agreement for the construction of municipal water supply works in Lecevica, a village in Split-Dalmatia County.