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Feasibility Study and Environmental Impact Assessment for the Wastewater Project in Nikšić, Montenegro

altClient: Water and Wastewater PU of Nikšić, Montenegro
Chief Design Engineers:  Vladimir Jelenković, ChE; Branislav Hiba, CE; Miodrag Popović, CE

Comprehensive activities were undertaken within the scope of the Study to collect and review existing documentation and data, and then address wastewater collection, evacuation and treatment in the City of Nikšić. In parallel, the existing plant at the Studenci site was inspected and surveyed in order to compare its as-built status with design documents and to assess the condition of structures and equipment, the effectiveness of the plant, and the feasibility of its incorporation into the new project design.

Potential wastewater treatment sites were identified based on current urban plans and plans for future expansion of the sewerage network. All analyses were made in strict compliance with national environmental legislation, in view of the fact that Montenegro has declared itself an ecological state, as well as in compliance with European Union wastewater directives and guidance documents. It should be noted that Montenegrin environmental legislation is considerably more stringent than that of the EU.

The solutions proposed in the Study address the current situation and the proposed development of the city’s wastewater and stormwater evacuation system, including needed reconstruction and rehabilitation, as well as future expansion of the system to cover areas which currently do not have access to public wastewater evacuation. MOUSE software was used to perform hydraulic analyses of the existing evacuation system while model simulations provided the basis for the identification of sewer sections which will have to be reconstructed or replaced to ensure adequate diameters and hydraulic capacity of the new system.

The proposed wastewater treatment solution is based on two plants: a 110,000 PE WWTP in the north of the city to service the city core, and a 20,000 PE WWTP in the south of the city to service its suburbs. All assessments and analyses had to address the fact that potential recipients of future treated wastewaters were Category I streams, and that the entire area has been designated as a “specially protected area” where special protection measures apply to both natural and man-made assets. Consequently, the treatment approach is based on the use of activated sludge, including primary, secondary and tertiary treatments. Due to extremely stringent environmental requirements with regard to nitrogen and phosphorus removal, nutrients will be eliminated applying the cutting-edge А2О process. Tertiary treatment will allow for additional pollutant concentration reduction, and microsieving will fine-tune effluent quality, particularly with regard to total suspended solids and total phosphorus. UV disinfection will ensure high microbial and biological contaminant removal efficiency, in excess of 99.8% on average, and will not interfere with the natural chemical composition of wastewater and receiving waters. The Zeta River will be the recipient of treated wastewater.

The Environmental Impact Assessment shows that the proposed project is environmentally sound, while the Feasibility Study confirms that the project is viable and can be successfully implemented if reasonable economic (e.g., water tariffs) and other measures are introduced.

 

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