According to EBRD website, the project aims to finance a proportion of the extension and rehabilitation of the wastewater collection network and construction of a new wastewater treatment plan to the Government of Kosovo to be ongranted to the regional water company Hidromorava.
The Beneficiary of this Project is the Hidromarava SH.A (RWC HM), which a joint stock company wholly owned by the Government. The Company manages and operates the water and wastewater systems in seven municipalities (Gjilan, Kamenica, Vitina, Novoberde, Kllokot, Ranilluge, and Partesh) serving approximately 30,000 households, covering a service area with a population of around 172,500.
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