The project, which received EUR 65 million of EIB financing last February, will improve water supply systems in Deir Alla and Al-Karamah districts in the Jordan valley and involves the construction of a centralised sewage collection and treatment network in Deir Al Alla district.
The Board of the European Investment Bank (EIB) today agreed EUR 8.4 billion of new financing. This includes support for new investment across Europe and around the world to improve sustainable transport, clean energy, social housing, telecommunications and water infrastructure.
Dutch water authority Waterschap Rivierenland and the European Investment Bank have closed a lending agreement of up to EUR 100 million. The deal will allow the water authority to meet part of its financing needs on favourable terms. The financing will be used, among other things, to strengthen some 160 km of dykes in its area of responsibility, expand a wastewater treatment plant and install solar panels.
An EU-funded project is developing in-water and satellite-based digital monitoring systems that can detect threats to Europe’s drinking water supplies, improve water management and guard against dangerous water quality.
Answer given by Mr Vella on behalf of the European Commission to a question (Rule 138) by Alex Agius Saliba (S&D) on “Interpretation of the guidance on interpretation and determination of capacity under the Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control Directive”.
The Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) connects over 3 000 ecosystem scientists, policymakers and other experts across the world.
The 1st International Environmental Sustainability Congress will take place in Madrid on October 31st, 2019. The congress will address issues concerning public management and private initiatives from enterprises and social organizations with a major impact on citizens’ lives.