Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Jan 31, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Mar 15, 2018
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The project aims to repair and upgrade of the sludge treatment line of Brno's main wastewater treatment plant in the Czech Republic, including new sludge digesters and drying facilities in order to increase biogas production, reduce the volume and enhance the quality of the disposed of sludge.
The project will address several outstanding issues, improve the sludge treatment process to comply with recent legal developments in the field of sanitary sludge disposal, with special regard to sludge drying and the improvement of the energy balance of the sludge treatment.
In line with the bank document, successful completion of the project will contribute towards Climate Action by enhancing the produced biogas volumes, as well as ensuring that the sludge is treated to higher standards by drying, allowing for more versatile and safer disposal options.
*No disclosed information on funding amount*
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