It is directed to implementation of the commitments taken in the negotiation process in the sector and achievement of compliance with EU requirements in the field of environment ERDF finances direct aid to investments in companies (in particular SMEs) to create sustainable jobs, infrastructures linked notably to research and innovation, telecommunications, environment, energy and transport, financial instruments (capital risk funds, local development funds, etc.) to support regional and local development and to foster cooperation between towns and regions, technical assistance measures and Pre – accession programs Operational Program Environment 2007 – 2013 Sets the country strategic objectives and priorities in environment sector which will be financed by the European funds. The funds providing financing in the field of environment: European Regional Development Fund (ЕRDF) - aimed at strengthening the economic and social cohesion in the EU, recovering the disturbed balance between the regions. Cohesion Fund ( CF) - aimed at helping less developed member states to overcome the economic and social situation and stabilize their economy. OP Environment sets the objectives, priorities and types of activities to be financed, following the national policy in environmental protection as well as EU policy and legislation.
Water operators are all entities that provide water supply and sewerage services. It also coordinates the activities of the water associations and provides methodological guidance on the preparation of the water supply and sewerage Master plans.
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Full title: 1 st Bulgarian National YWP Conference-Sofia 2012 Short title: 1 st BG YWP Conference-Sofia 2012 Venue: (City+ Country): Sofia, Bulgaria Date: 17-18 May,2012 Proposed Themes: YWP role in the Water sector development Keywords (Please insert a maximum of 6 keywords which most accurately describe your conference): Water Infrastructure Management Application of Contemporary Construction Technologies Climate Change and Water Resources River Basins Management Key studies
1. “Regional Master Plans for WaterSupply and Waste Water - Bulgaria” Louisa Babikyan “Egis Bulgaria” EAD YWP – Sofia,2012
2. Outlines • General overview • Master plans • Stakeholders • Water & Waste Water • GIS database • Master Plans all over the world • Conclusions
3. General overview Background •Centralized system in the Water sector •Before accession to the EU - few investments January, 2007 – Bulgaria joined the EU •2009 – changes in Water Act , water association, Master Plans preparation •Master plan is…? •Municipal Infrastructure Development Project
4. Master Plans• Designated territories – 51 for the whole country• Existing situation analysis and future projections• Short, medium and long - term investment program
5. Stakeholders Table 1:Institutions related with approval of the Master Plans Coordinate Coordinate River Basin d with d with Final Master Directorate for (according (according Master Designated Plan N the relevant to clause to clause Plans territory endorsed designated 198, item 198, item endorsed by: territory “j” of the “j” of the by: Water Act) Water Act) Each designated Regional territory Developme Water Supply River Basin WSS nt Council; and Sewerage MOEW MRDPW Directorate Association Regional Operator Developme nt Council-
6. Water and Waste Water• Directive 2000/60/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council for establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water policy (Water Framework Directive)• Directive 91/271/EEC (Urban Waste Water Directive) and the Bulgarian legislation
7. GIS databaseOne of the components in the Master plans is development ofGIS database for all water supply and sewerage facilities.
8. Master Plans all over the worldPhilippines – Master plan for flood controlThe World Bank extended a 1.5 million U.S. dollars grant to thePhilippines to finance the formulation of a flood control master plan.Mumbai sewerage master plan integrates slum sanitationA team of consultants completed the master plan studies for the cityof Mumbai sewerage system in June 2002.The studies included financial and economic modeling, phasing ofcapital investments and environmental impact statement.
9. Conclusions• On 8th of December 2011, three contracts were signed• Master plans should facilitate the preparation of the new investment strategies for the years ahead.• This study will provide the means for the identification of projects for rehabilitation of existing facilities and construction of new ones
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