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The Minister of Environment and Water Neno Dimov and the Mayor of Yambol Municipality Georgi Slavov signed today a contract for the construction of a composting installation. The project will build a facility with a capacity of 2 400 tons per year for the processing of separately collected green and biodegradable waste on the territory of the municipality. The facility will serve nearly 70,000 inhabitants.

The Minister of Environment and Water Neno Dimov and Angel Prestoyski, Manager of Water Supply and Sewerage Ltd. - Vratsa today signed a contract for construction of water and sewerage infrastructure. The event is also attended by the Vratsa regional governor of Malina Nikolova. The total amount of the investment is over BGN 50 million. The Operational Program "Environment 2014-2020" (OPE) provides financial support amounting to more than BGN 36.3 million.

OP "Environment 2014-2020" announced a procedure for addressing transport as a source of atmospheric pollution. The total amount of the grant is BGN 500 million.

The objective is to improve the quality of ambient air by reducing the levels of fine particulate matter and nitrogen oxides by addressing transport as a source of contamination.

The Minister of Environment and Water Neno Dimov and the Mayor of Smolyan Municpality Nikolay Melemov signed a contract for improving the quality of the ambient air. The amount of the investment is 9.6 million BGN, provided entirely by OP "Environment 2014-2020".

A new technological system to enhance the safety of Bulgarian seaports was presented during the final press conference on Design and Construction of technical systems for risk prevention and security of the seaports /RPSSP/ on 21 June 2019. 

The event was held in the coastal centre for vessel traffic management and information services in Burgas, built under the Operational Programme Transport for the VTMIS project.

Over BGN 3 billion or nearly 84% of the financial resource under Operational Program "Transport and Transport Infrastructure"  2014-2020 is negotiated. This was stated by the head of the OPT Managing Authority Eng. Galina Vassileva at the meeting of the Program Monitoring Committee, which is taking place in the period 11-12 June in Rousse. She added that 33% of the program's budget was paid off.

The Minister of Environment and Water Neno Dimov and the mayors of Haskovo Dobri Belivanov and Gorna Oryahovitsa Dobromir Dobrev signed contracts for updating the municipal programs for improving the quality of the ambient air.

The projects include updating the municipal ambient air programs over five years period (2021-2025). The programs will be addressing the main sources of air pollution in the two municipalities. The focus is on selecting adequate measures to reduce particulate matter pollution to local conditions.

This is the first project with a beneficiary Water Supply and Sewerage Operator financed under OP "Environment 2014-2020"

The Minister of Environment and Water Neno Dimov and the manager of "Water Supply and Sewerage" Ltd. - Smolyan Eng. Marian Nikolov signed a contract for the integrated water project of Smolyan agglomeration. This is the first project with a water utility beneficiary, financed under OP "Environment 2014-2020".

THE INITIATIVE IS ORGANIZED WITH THE SUPPORT OF OP "ENVIRONMENT"

6400 students competed in the Green Olympics Campaign campaign on a national scale. Participants from more than 25 schools responded to nature conservation issues and won prizes provided by the Operational Programme Environment .

This year the online platform http://zelenaolimpiada.bg/ has registered 5000 participants. 1400 students from Kyustendil, Haskovo, Blagoevgrad and Pleven competed in eco quizzes and answered questions about the conservation of nature.

We need to set up the main political and economic parameters of Europe 2030. It is our responsibility to have an open debate focused on how to outrun our global competitors and to promote EU as a global player instead of just filling in the “budgetary gaps" coming from the new challenges. This was stated by the Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Donchev in front of the members of the European Committee of the Regions in Brussels.