Strategy for Integrated Water Supply, Wastewater Treatment and Disposal Systems for Small Communes in Poland Case study - Master and Action Plans (MaAP) for the Bystra River Catchment
MetadataShow full item record
- NIVA-rapporter 
This report is the final report of the project: "Strategy for integrated Water Supply, Wastewater Treatment and Disposal System for Small Communes in Poland: Case study - Master and Action Plans (MaAP) for the Bystra river catchment". The project is part of the Programme of Bilateral Co-operation between the Norwegian Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Environmental Protection, Natural Resources and Forestry in Poland. It has been implemented by the Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA) and has been funded by the Norwegian Pollution Control Authority (SFT). The Institute of Environmental Protection (IOS) in Poland has been responsible for the co-ordination in Poland, sponsored by the National Foundation for Environmental Protection and Water Management. The project provides an input to the process of wastewater master planning methodology in Poland, presented as a case study for the Bystra river catchment, and based on Norwegian procedures. on Norwegian procedures. This report presents the main objectives, activities and conclusions of the project, as well as a short presentation of Norwegian experiences relevant to the project. Five report have been elaborated prior to this report, where the entire project development is described.