Mayor of Mostar held a meeting with representatives of the World Bank, the European Commission in BiH, SIDA and PU Vodovod on the project of building the WWTP
Representatives of the World Bank and the European Commission in BiH, the Swedish International Development and Cooperation Agency (SIDA), together with the representatives of PU Vodovod, visited today the ongoing works on the construction of waste water treatment plant, located near the bridge "Franjo Blažević". Mayor of Mostar Mr. Ljubo Bešlić with his closest associates also attended the visit, after which a meeting was held in the City Hall.
Mayor Bešlić said after the meeting that the realization of this great and significant project for Mostar is coming to its end, and now follows the testing phase of the wastewater treatment plant, followed by a technical acceptance and a permit from the Federal Ministry of Physical Planning in order to commission the WWTP.
He emphasized that the City of Mostar is the largest polluter of River Neretva, and by realizing this project the pollution of the river will finally be resolved in a good way, which is of great importance for those cities downstream the river as well as for the environment and also for the development of tourism.
In order to successfully complete the strategic project for Mostar, cooperation at all levels of government is needed, and the project must ultimately be sustainable, which requires later a certain costs.
The project for the construction of collectors and waste water treatment plant is worth around 25 million BAM, mainly donor funds.