According to the Bank's website, this project finances: (i) construction of a water purification plant in Split on the Jadro river; and (ii) upgrade, construction and reconstruction of a system for improving water supply, collection of wastewater and its treatment in the Split-Solin and Kastela-Trogir agglomerations.
Vodovod i Kanalizacija d.o.o. Split is a limited liability company providing water supply and wastewater services in the area of 4 cities (Split, Solin, Kastela and Trogir) and 9 surrounding municipalities (Podstrana, Marina, Okrug, Seget, Klis, Muc, Dugopolje, Lecevica and Solta), covering the population of around 300,000 citizens. The city of Split has a 56.8 percent ownership, followed by the city of Kastela with a 17.6 per cent stake, whereas other municipalities own the rest.
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