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Prefeasibility Study of the Dubovac-Zrenjanin-Kikinda Regional Water Supply System

Client: Autonomous Province of Vojvodina/Secretariat of Energy and Mineral ResourcesProject Manager:...

Study of the Present State of the Kolubara TPP Ash and Slag Disposal Site

Study of the Present State of the Kolubara TPP Ash and Slag Disposal Site and of Measures and...

Project NPV46B: Alternative Water Supply Solutions for the Province of Vojvodina

Client: Serbian Ministry of Science and Environmental Protection Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Jovan...

Development of Groundwater Monitoring in Serbia

Client: Serbian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management/Water Directorate, and...

Master Plan for the Upgrading of the Ratno Ostrvo Groundwater Source

Master Plan for the Upgrading of the Ratno Ostrvo Groundwater Source through the Addition of...

Groundwater Budget of the Republic of Serbia

Client: Serbian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management/Water Directorate, and...

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Prefeasibility Study of the Dubovac-Zrenjanin-Kikinda Regional Water Supply System PDF Print E-mail

altClient: Autonomous Province of Vojvodina/Secretariat of Energy and Mineral Resources
Project Manager: Anđelko Soro, CE
Chief Design Engineer: Dušan Đurić, CE
Year: 2006

In Vojvodina, infrastructures which ensure secure and healthy water supplies have not kept pace with economic growth, social development, and urbanization. This is primarily manifested by a lack of high-quality drinking water and is a major challenge to water supply operators in certain parts of the province. Public water supplies in Vojvodina rely solely on groundwater abstractions.

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Study of the Present State of the Kolubara TPP Ash and Slag Disposal Site PDF Print E-mail
Study of the Present State of the Kolubara TPP Ash and Slag Disposal Site and of Measures and Actions Supporting the Design of Crest Elevation Increases

altClient: Electric Power Industry of Serbia/Nikola Tesla TPP and Kolubara TPP
Project Manager: Đulija Boreli Zdravković, MSc, CE
Project Team: Anđelko Soro, CE; Prof. Dr. Milutin Đurković, Đorđije Božović, CE
Project Duration: April 2007 – April 2008

 


Discharges of a mixture of water, ash and slag generated by the Kolubara Thermoelectric Power Plant into the studied disposal site developed at the Trebež location, east of the plant (Figure 1), began in mid-1970. Until the year 1984, discharges were made into the so-called “old modules” (Modules 1 and 2), which required the re-alignment of the Turija River channel to the north. After these modules were filled to an elevation of 106 and 107 m, respectively, and in view of a number of problems registered there, the plant began using the adjacent area, divided into Modules A and B. The old modules were remediated and restored (Module 1 in 1984, and Module 2 in 1990). At the end of 2004, the TPP decided to reactivate the old modules for hydraulic disposal of ash and slag, driven by its inability to secure alternate disposal sites. Modules A and B were filled to an elevation of 110 m. These modules lie adjacent to the previous disposal modules and together constitute a single hydraulic entity.

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Project NPV46B: Alternative Water Supply Solutions for the Province of Vojvodina PDF Print E-mail

altClient: Serbian Ministry of Science and Environmental Protection
Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Jovan Josipović, CE
Analysts: Anđelko Soro, Dušan Đurić, Goran Jevtić, Nenad Radić, Vladimir Lukić, Nenad Milenković, Milica Milovanović, Lazar Popović
Completed in: 2007


Municipal and industrial water supplies in Vojvodina rely solely on groundwater abstractions from three types of aquifers: alluvial aquifers, the main water-bearing complex, and Pliocene aquifers. As a result of over-exploitation and slow recharge, the piezometric head of these aquifers has declined considerably and continues to decline. The groundwater quantity issue is compounded by inadequate quality. The main aquifer in North Banat features the worst groundwater quality, with a number of parameters (e.g., iron, manganese and, in particular, organic matter) considerably exceeding drinking water limit values. The population of only nine cities in Vojvodina consumes water previously subjected to purification treatment, such that nearly 75% of the population uses sub-standard water.

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Development of Groundwater Monitoring in Serbia PDF Print E-mail

altClient: Serbian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management/Water Directorate, and Ministry of Science and Environmental Protection
Implemented by: Geological Institute of Serbia; University of Belgrade, School of Mining and Geology, Department of Hydrogeology; and Jaroslav Černi Institute
Project Manager: Dr. Zoran Stevanović, Full Professor.
Analysts: Dušan Đurić, Tibor Slimak, Milica Milovanović, Vladimir Lukić
Year: 2007-2011

The extent and substance of current monitoring activities in Serbia are not adequate for comprehensive groundwater quality and quantity monitoring. The goal of this project is to upgrade current monitoring, to comprehensively address the quantitative and qualitative status of both shallow aquifers and deep karst and Neogene aquifers, and to allow for better management of this precious resource. The re-engineering and upgrading of the monitoring network will also support the implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD) and the development of river basin management plans.

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