Finally! A mobile wastewater treatment plant was put into operation in the Plitvice Lakes National Park

first_imgIn the area of ​​the Plitvice Lakes National Park, a mobile device for wastewater treatment was ceremoniously put into trial operation yesterday.The installation of the device is a joint project of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy, the Public Institution “Plitvice Lakes National Park”, Hrvatske vode and Korenica Waterworks.The Minister of Environmental Protection and Energy, Tomislav Ćorić, also attended the ceremony of putting the device into operation, emphasizing that the National Park and the population of this area deserve a quality water supply and drainage system. “Unfortunately, it has not been built in recent decades, but with the joint coordination of the Ministry, National Park, Hrvatske vode and Vodovod Korenica, we are finally moving towards a permanent solution to the problem through the agglomeration of Plitvice Lakes within which over 80 kilometers of drainage network and two treatment plants will be built.“. pointed out Ćorić.Tomislav Kovačević, director of the Plitvice Lakes National Park, thanked the Minister of Environmental Protection and Energy for his support and perseverance in realizing the project, emphasizing that the installation of the device is a historic moment for the Park. “The opening of this plant is a historic event for the National Park and the inhabitants of this area because for the first time the issue of wastewater disposal is being resolved, until the final solution – the completion of the agglomeration project which is expected to be realized in the next five years.”Kovacevic pointed out.Photo: Plitvice Lakes National ParkDirector of Korenica Waterworks Hrvoje Kukuruzović emphasized that the realization of the project is the most significant intervention measure carried out on the basis of the agreement on rehabilitation and reconstruction of water structures of the National Park, which aims to bring water supply and drainage water structures to sanitary, technically and technologically satisfactory levels.last_img read more

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SA hotelier couple list luxury Gold Coast mansion for more than $4m

first_img133 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters.A South Australian hotelier couple have listed their grand Surfers Paradise mansion on the market with a multimillion-dollar price tag.Peter and Jenny Hurley want $4.75 million for their European-inspired Commodore Drive property overlooking main river.It has been a holiday home for the couple since they bought it for $4 million in 2003 from freight tycoon Clive Thomas and his wife. 133 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters.Mr Hurley established the Hurley Hotel Group after leaving a teaching career to buy the Wudinna Hotel in 1975.More than 40 years later, he and his wife operate 10 hotels across South Australia and hold shares in two others.Other significant investments under the Hurley group include the Arkaba Village Shopping Centre and Surrey Downs Shopping Centre, both in South Australia. 133 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago133 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters.A sweeping staircase under a domed ceiling, formal lounge with wet bar, infinity edge pool and private courtyard are among the four-bedroom, four bathroom home’s standout features.It is understood the Hurleys are selling the property because they have bought another on the Gold Coast.Kollosche Prestige agents Michael Kollosche and Duncan Longmore are marketing the property.Mr Kollosche declined to make comment on the owners but said the home was “beautiful”.“It’s a great home and in a fantastic location,” he said. 133 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters.last_img read more

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