On Tuesday, 24
August 2021, Janez Škrabec, director of Riko, and Borut Sajovic, the mayor of
Tržič, signed a contract to launch the project to upgrade the missing
infrastructure for drainage and treatment of municipal wastewater in the Tržič
agglomeration. It is one of the largest infrastructure projects in the region.
includes a sewage network with a total length of 11,758.5 metres, including
10,707 metres of gravity sewer and 1051.5 metres of pressure sewer, as well as
10 pumping stations. Upon completion of the measure, the Tržič agglomeration
will achieve 98.77% connection to the unified wastewater system, which ends
with the Tržič central wastewater treatment plant. By improving the municipal
infrastructure, we reduce emissions to water from municipal sources of
pollution and thus increase the level of protection of the Sava River Basin.
The total value of the project, with planning work, design,
supervision, public information and other costs, is more than eight million
euros. The first machines on the site could start in just over a month, and the project is expected to be
completed within two years.
Riko has so far successfully built municipal infrastructure
in Bela Krajina, in the municipalities of Ribnica, Sodražica and Kočevje, in the
municipalities of Kranj and in the upper Drava Valley. Work on the construction
of a water supply system is also being completed in the municipalities of
Dravograd, Muta, Vuzenica, Radlje and Podvelka.
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