Commercialising of the water industry in Subotica
The operation will introduce a Service Contract between the City and the water company to determine the level of service standards, and set targets for financial and operating efficiency.
The project is developed together with the Serbian Municipal Infrastructure Agency, which will help spread best practices for project identification and preparation to other municipalities in Serbia.
Enforcement of the Bank’s Procurement rules will result in the use of competitive and transparent procurement procedures.
(i) improving the quality of the effluent
(ii) reducing pollution of the Lake Palic.
Technical and environmental due diligence assignment 48,000 Euro funded from the Bank’s Austrian Technical Cooperation Fund
Preparation of technical designs and tender documents and Procurement Support 150,000 Euro funded from the Bank’s Technical Cooperation Funds Programme from the Netherlands.
Project Management and FIDIC engineer Euro 600,000 funded from Italy/EBRD Trust Fund for private sector development in Western Balkans
- Institutional development programme for the Company and the City, expected to be provided by the European Agency for Reconstruction (EAR).
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