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Best practices on drawing on the European Cohesion Fund.

Puconci Waste Management Centre
The second phase represents a solution to the problem of waste processing and suitable depositing in the area of 27 municipalities in the Pomurje region.
The Celje regional waste teatment centre – a joint project of 24 municipalities of the Savinja region
»Wastes that are daily generated in our homes, at work and elsewhere pose a problem that is getting bigger, yet it is also an opportunity. Certain shares of wastes can be utilized and the environment can be disburdened«.
With the EU funds to the cleaner Savinja river
The »Integrated municipal waste water collection and treatment and water source protection in the Savinja River Basin« project is the project that was issued the first decision concerning the absorption of funds from the Cohesion Fund in the programming period 2007-2013.
With the EU funds to better drinking water in the Goriška region
Due to a specific location of Ajdovščina and varied Karst landscape the inhabitants frequently had problems with drinking water supply. With new construction of houses on the slopes above the town these problems became even more serious. In order to provide a long-term solution, the Municipality of Ajdovščina prepared a project of the water supply for the Trnovsko Banjska plateau that was co-financed by the EU funds.
Arrangement of a grade-separated crossing in Murska Sobota
Murska Sobota is a regional business and economic centre whose urban development has been always influenced by traffic routes. In the Middle Ages, it linked German lands with Hungary; today, the railway line which is a part of the Fifth European Rail Corridor Lyon – Trieste – Ljubljana – Budapest – Ukrainian border passes through. The busy regional road called Lendavska cesta is used daily by over 25.000 vehicles, which is a major traffic burden for a town with slightly more than 12,000 inhabitants.
With the EU funds to a safer road below Ključ
On the road Peršeti - Most na Soči there is a steep slope below Ključ where stones often roll or fall to the roadway and for this reason the asphalt roadway was pretty damaged. The Ministry of Transport, the Slovenian Roads Agency, took a decision to reconstruct this section so as to protect vehicles and people against falling stones.
Better flood protection in Slovenia with the help of the EU funds
In April 2012 the Slovenian Environment Agency (ARSO) presented the new hydro-metric equipment which was purchased in the framework of the project Upgrade of the system for monitoring and analysing the water environment in Slovenia (BOBER). The equipment will enable more accurate and safer measurements of river flows. In the past ARSO employees measured the flow with the help of boats and hydrometric wings which was a time-consuming and dangerous procedure. The Cohesion Fund contribution for the acoustic Doppler metres of the flows for high-water and normal conditions, remote-controlled small boat and the ultrasonic metre amounts to 85% of the value, i.e. 117,500.00 Euros.
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