Danube WATER integrated management
MIS-ETC code 161
The strategic project “Danube Water Integrated Management” was implemented in the period 2012-2015 and was financed under the Romania-Bulgaria Cross Border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013. The Lead Partner, Ministry of Environment and Climate Changes, Department for Waters, Forests and Fisheries, coordinated the activities of twelve partners from Romania and Bulgaria.
The aim of the project was to create a common management and monitoring system for water quality in extreme environmental conditions (floods, droughts, accidental pollution) in the border area counties, as well as wastewater processing and conditioning of radioactively contaminated liquid organic wastes from nuclear power plants Cernavodǎ and Kozloduy.
Implementation period: 2012-2015
“Romanian Waters” National Administration
Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy, Bulgaria
Activity 12 Elaboration of a new technology for wastewater processing and conditioning the liquid organic wastes radioactively contaminated from the nuclear power plants
General objective: Development of new technologies for wastewater processing and conditioning the liquid organic wastes radioactively contaminated from the Nuclear Power Plants Cernavodǎ –Romania and Kozloduy –Bulgaria, in order to ensure a higher factor of environment protection.
P6 – National Institute for Research & Development in Chemistry and Petrochemistry – ICECHIM, Romania
P7 – Romanian Authority for Nuclear Energy Technology – Institute for Nuclear Research Pitesti – Mioveni, Romania
P8 – University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest
P13 – Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy- INRNE Sofia, Bulgaria