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Ovaj portal uređuje Udruženje za tehnologiju vode i sanitarno inženjerstvo u saradnji sa Udruženjem vodovoda i kanalizacije Srbije.

Izuzetno nam je drago da možemo da vam predstavimo stanje u sektoru snabdevanja vodom i kanalisanja naselja u Srbiji. Osim predstavljenih informacija i vi možete dati svoj lični doprinos. Registrujte se i dodajte svoje informacije o stanju u ovom sektoru. Kontaktirajte nas ukoliko imate bilo kakav komentar ili sugestiju.

 

Danubis portal Republike Srbije uređuju:
Administrator portala:
 
Ninoslav Petrović, dipl. inž.
 
Udruženje za tehnologiju vode i sanitarno inženjerstvo, Beograd
www.utvsi.com
 
Udruženje vodovoda i kanalizacije Srbije, Beograd
www.udruzenjevodovoda.org

 

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Governments of Estonia and Serbia, with the support of the Water Convention secretariat, serviced by UNECE

Global workshop - Moving forward transboundary water cooperation: Building on its benefits

Geneva, Switzerland // 06 February 2018 - 07 February 2018

Conference / Workshop

Transboundary water cooperation is necessary to manage shared waters in an integrated and sustainable way. It has the potential to generate many significant benefits for cooperating countries, such as accelerated economic growth, improved human well-being, enhanced environmental sustainability and increased political stability. Nevertheless, many challenges can prevent or delay countries from embracing effective joint management of transboundary waters, including because of an incomplete or biased perception of the benefits that could be attained.
The workshop will bring together professionals from all over the world working on transboundary water cooperation to discuss how the identification, assessment and communication of the broad range of benefits generated by transboundary water cooperation can prompt, support or strengthen cooperation in transboundary basins. It will provide a platform to share experiences, good practices, challenges faced and lessons learnt from transboundary basins where work has been carried out to better understand, analyze and communicate the benefits of transboundary water cooperation as well as the cost of inaction, but also transboundary basins where development has been guided by common benefits/ benefit sharing arrangements.

The target audience includes governmental representatives, but also water managers and representatives of joint bodies such as transboundary water commissions, and representatives of international organizations (including development partners and international financial institutions), as well as journalists, diplomats, parliamentarians, representatives of academia, research institutes, private sector, civil society and other independent experts.

The workshop will be organized under the leadership of the Governments of Estonia and Serbia, with the support of the Water Convention secretariat, serviced by UNECE. Funding for the workshop is provided by the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment of the Netherlands and the Geneva Water Hub.

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Language: English, French, Russian and Spanish

Contributed by Katerina Schilling on 17 January 2018

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NON-REVENUE WATER

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International Water Association (IWA)

Water Loss 2018

Cape Town, South Africa // 07 May 2018 - 09 May 2018

Course / Training, Conference / Workshop, Exhibition / Fair

Abstract deadline has been extended to the 15 January 2018.
 
For more details and to register visit the conference website: www.waterloss2018.com

About the Conference

The IWA Water Loss Specialist Group, together with City Of Cape Town, will host the biennial Water Loss Conference and Exhibit from 7 to 9 May 2018 at the Century City Conference Centre and Hotel in Cape Town, South Africa.

The Water Loss Conference and Exhibition 2018 will be one of the world’s largest water loss conferences and is expected to attract over 500 participants from more than 50 countries.

Many of the world’s leading experts in the field of Non Revenue Water Management will be present and will discuss the latest developments, strategies, techniques and applications of international best practices as well as successful case studies. In addition they will present a 1-day pre-conference workshop on 6 May 2018 to provide an introduction to the issue of Non Revenue Water Management and an overview of the latest IWA Methodology for reducing water losses from Municipal water supply systems.

Sponsorship opportunities are now available to all service providers who have an interest in water loss reduction. The opportunity to showcase your products and services to the largest group of water loss specialists is not to be missed!

For more details and to register visit the conference website: www.waterloss2018.com

Cost: Approx. 500 USD

Language: English

Contributed by Aleksandar Krstic on 10 January 2018

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EWA (European Water Association) JSWA (Japan Sewage Works Association) WEF (Water Environment Federation) in cooperation with IFAT - Messe München

6th EWA/JSWA/WEF Joint Conference "Resilience of the Water Sector"

Munich, Germany // 15 May 2018 - 18 May 2018

Conference / Workshop

Resilience is a strong emerging theme within many parts of the water sector.  From long term water resource availability and water quality impacts of droughts, to the need for resilience against short lead time disruptive events such as floods and earthquakes. These types of events not only disrupt water sector infrastructure and operations, they also impact on other infrastructure that a reliable water sector depends on. This includes electrical power supplies, telecommunications, and transportation as well as disruption to the supply chain.  The impact of such events can be long lasting and far reaching, impacting negatively on customers, the environment, and business performance.  Ultimately, the need for resilience is a significant business risk management issue.

This joint conference seeks to explore ways in which the sector in its broadest terms is developing resilient systems, assets, and operations so that business continuity risk is well managed in the face of adverse conditions. The intention is to share experience from across the world covering: real life examples of lessons learned from significant events; good practice in the response to events; and current activities that are strengthening resilience.

Language: english

Contributed by Katerina Schilling on 06 December 2017

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Country resources

Research Report

2015

Pdf file available in:

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World Bank - Danube Water Program

Serbia Country Note

Water and Wastewater Services in the Danube Region - A state of the sector

This note is part of a regional state of the sector review and makes an overall assessment of the state of the sector along different dimensions - namely the context for services, the organization of services, access to services, performance of services and the financing of services.

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Contributed by Angelika Heider on 02 October 2015

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Government policy or strategy

2011

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Ministry of Environment, Mining and Spatial Planning

National Environmental Approximation Strategy for the Republic of Serbia

Great progress has been made over the last decade in strengthening environmental protection in Serbia, yet much remains to be done. A high level of environmental protection is one of the basic objectives enshrined in the EU Treaty, together with the principles of sustainable development and the integration of environmental protection into all policies. Consequently the EU’s environmental policy is wide-ranging and the legislation implementing the policy is extensive. 
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Contributed by Angelika Heider on 23 July 2015

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Research Report

2015

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World Bank - Danube Water Program

Water and Wastewater Services in the Danube Region

Water and Wastewater Services in the Danube Region - A state of the sector

This regional state of the sector review and makes an overall assessment of the state of the sector in 16 countries in the Danube region along different dimensions - namely the context for services, the organization of services, access to services, performance of services and the financing of services.

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Contributed by Angelika Heider on 20 July 2015

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