Waste Monitoring and Emission Control – Middle-Danube Inspectorate
The Middle Danube Valley Inspectorate for Environmental Protection, Nature Conservation and Water Management aims at improving quantitatively and qualitatively emissions control in order to protect the health of the population and the environment. Switzerland contributes CHF 5.078 mio. to this project that will diminish the risk of contamination of air, soil and water (namely ground water resources).
Environment and Infrastructure
Improvement of the Environment: Ecological Monitoring
The Middle-Danube Valley Inspectorate of Environment Protection, Nature Conservation and Water Management as well as the population of 3.5 million people.
Illegal waste disposals are very frequent in this region. Without immediate proof, fining is difficult. For this purpose, the bulk of the mobile equipment to be purchased under this project is foreseen to strengthen the Inspectorate in its law enforcement function. The old equipment needs to be replaced to comply with current standards. Increased and strengthened environmental monitoring capacity provides the basis for the reduction of environment contamination, the improvement of living standards and the promotion of sustainable economic development.
Hungarian registration number: SH 3/10
Up-grade of the existing laboratory equipment and completion of this equipment with mobile measurement and analyses devices. Training of the equipment users.
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Project number: UX-00301.02