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The Foundation Stone for the Volkovo Waste Water Treatment Plant

18. 12. 2010
The foundation stone for the waste water treatment plant that Riko will build with the Hidroinženiring company was laid by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia, Mr. Nikola Gruevski, in the presence of the Mayor of the Gjorče Petrov municipality, Sokol Mitrevski, the Minister of the Environment and Physical Planning, Nedžat Jakupi, and the Director of Riko, Janez Škrabec.
Riko and its Ljubljana-based partner Hidroinženiring, d. o. o., were selected in the tender for the construction of a turn-key waste water treatment plant in the Gjorče Petrov municipality in Skopje. The project is financed by the Ministry of the Environment and Physical Planning of the Republic of Macedonia while a portion of the funds was contributed by the Slovenian Centre for International Development and Cooperation. The waste water treatment plant, which we began building at the start of December, will be completed in 2012. It will be one of the most modern treatment plants for municipal waste water in the Republic of Macedonia.

The Volkovo waste water treatment plant that will incorporate quality and efficient technologies that will prevent the danger of waste water spilling from individual septic tanks into the groundwater or watercourses and will efficiently and in a controlled manner treat the waste water coming from the communities of Kisela Jabuka, Stopanski Dvor and Volkovo. 

The treatment of municipal sewage water prior to its release into watercourses is highly efficient and contributes greatly to a cleaner and friendlier environment. Riko will use its extensive know-how and do its best to build the Volkovo waste water treatment plant with a high level of quality and efficiency in order to supply the people in the Gjorče Petrov municipality with clean water.