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Tasik Ivica, West Balkan Regional workshop on Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive (UWWTD) and SoE emissions to water, 18-19 June 2013, Skopje, Republic.

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1 Tasik Ivica, West Balkan Regional workshop on Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive (UWWTD) and SoE emissions to water, June 2013, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

2 Legislation The Urban Waste Water Directive is fully transposed. This is due to the adoption of the following subsidiary legislation: Rulebook on the detailed conditions for collection, drainage and purification, the manner and conditions for design, construction and exploitation of the systems and stations for urban waste waters treatment, as well as the technical standards, parameters, emission standards and norms for quality for pre-treatment, removal and treatment of waste waters, taking into account the load and the method for treatment of the urban waste waters which are discharged into zones which are sensitive to urban waste waters discharge (Official Gazette of RM No. 73/11) Rulebook on the detailed conditions, manner and maximum permitted values and concentrations of the parameters of treated waste waters for their reuse (Official Gazette of RM No. 73/11) Rulebook on the criteria for determining the sensitive areas to urban waste water discharge (Official Gazette of RM No. 130/11) Rulebook on the conditions, manner and limit values of emission of waste waters upon their treatment, the manner of their calculation, having in mind special requests for protection of protection zones (Official Gazette of RM No. 81/11) Rulebook on the manner and procedure for sludge use, the maximum values on the heavy metals concentration in the soil in which the sludge is used, the values of heavy metal concentration in the sludge, maximum annual quantities of heavy metals that can be put into the soil (Official Gazette of RM No. 73/11) Rulebook on the methodology, referent methods, manner and parameters for waste water monitoring, including the monitoring of the sludge resulting from the waste water treatment (Official Gazette of RM No. 108/11). Law on Waters Law on Drinking Water Supply and Discharge of Urban Waste Water

3 Statistical data Sewerage network conection % Length of network NetworkLength (km) Sewerage connection network12.391

4 Data availability Country information Item No. Country informationAvailability 1.1 number of inhabitants (total) A 1.2 number of municipalities > = 1500 inhabitants A 1.3 number of municipalities <1500 inhabitants A 1.4 number of inhabitants in municipalities > 1500 inhabitants A 1.5 number of inhabitants connected to collecting system without treatment P 1.6 Number of inhabitants connected to collecting system and primary treatment as the highest type of treatment appliedNA 1.7 Number of inhabitants connected to collecting system and secondary treatment as the highest type of treatment appliedNA 1.8 Number of inhabitants connected to collecting system and tertiary treatment as the highest type of treatment appliedNA 1.9 Number of inhabitants connected to independent waste water treatmentNA 1.10 Number of inhabitants in agglomeration smaller than p.e. P

5 Municipalities Item No. MunicipalitiesAvailability 2.1 Code- ID A 2.2 Name A 2.3 Number of inhabitants A 2.4 NUTS A 2.5 RBD A 2.6 Coordinates A Receiving areas Item No.Receiving areasAvailability 7.1 List of rivers, lakes, coastal waters, transitional waters designated as sensitive due to eutrophication,NA 7.2 Spatial data of the sensitive areasNA National Study on Waters, OPRD Study to define sensitive zones and agglomerations in accordance with the requirements of Water Framework Directive, as well as Plan for management of sludge from wastewater treatment plants in the Republic of Macedonia

6 Agglomerations - Support in identification, assessment and selection of eligible projects for IPA Regional Development Component Item No. AgglomerationsAvailability 3.1 Code- ID P 3.2 Name P 3.3 Generated load (in p.e.) P 3.4 NUTS P 3.5 RBD P 3.6 Coordinates P 3.7 Rate of generated load of agglomeration collected via a collecting system (% of the total generated load in p.e.) P 3.8 Rate of generated load of agglomeration addressed through IAS (% of the total generated load in p.e.) NA 3.9 Rate of generated load of agglomeration not collected via collecting systems and not addressed through IAS (% of the total generated load in p.e.) NA 3.10 No. of inhabitants served by IAS per agglomeration NA 3.11 No. of inhabitants without treatment per agglomeration P 3.12 Foreseen date of completion of the collecting system (in case the collecting system is not in place)SA

7 Industrial facilities Item No. industrial facilitiesAvailability 4.1 ID A 4.2 Name A 4.3 Number of generated load (in p.e.) - for food industry onlySA 4.4 NUTS A 4.5 RBD A 4.6 Coordinates A 4.7 NACE of facility A 4.8 Economic activity according to E-PRTR Annex I - for E-PRTR facilities obliged A 4.9 Type of facility (IPPC, E-PRTR) A 4.10 ID of municipality - identification of related municipality A 4.11 ID of agglomeration (for transfers mainly) P 4.12 ID of WWTP (if treated) NA

8 Wastewater treatment plants/collecting systems Item No.Wastewater treatment plant/collecting systemAvailability 5.1 Code-ID NA 5.2 Name A 5.3 NUTS A 5.4 RBD A 5.5 Coordinates A 5.6 Status of WWTP (non, planned, under construction, operated) A 5.7 Type of WWTP (urban, industrial) A 5.8 ID of agglomeration/municipality (served by the WWTP or connected to the collecting system) A 5.9 Organic design capacity (p.e.) A 5.10 Type of treatment (none, primary, secondary, more stringent, other) A 5.11 Type of more stringent treatment (N removal, P removal, other, chemical) A 5.12 Type of other treatment (e.g. sand filtration, UV, ozonization, chlorination, microfiltration) P 5.13 Substance of incoming load (BOD, COD, N and P for urban WWTs; relevant E-PRTR pollutants for industrial facilities) P 5.14 Value of incoming load (tonnes per year, BOD, COD, TSS, N, P for urban waste water treatment plants) P

9 Discharge points Item No.Discharge pointsAvailability 6.1 Code-ID A 6.2 Name A 6.3 Coordinates A 6.4 RBD A 6.5 Type of discharge point (WWTP, agglomeration without treatment, industrial facility without treatment) PA 6.6 Type of water body receiving the discharge (river, lake, groundwater, transitional, coastal) A 6.7 Information on the sensitivity of the water receiving the discharge.P 6.7 ID of water body NA 6.9 Substance of discharge (BOD, COD, N and P for UWWTPs; relevant E- PRTR pollutants for industrial facilities) P 6.10 Value of discharge (tonnes per year for BOD, COD, N and P; kg per years for UWWTPs and other substances relevant to E-PRTR for industrial facility) P 6.11 Discharged volume (m 3 per year) P

10 Intitutions

11 Wastewater treatment and emission data Cadastre of water polluters Code-ID Name Coordinates RBD Waste water (Discharged volume - m 3 per year) Releases to water(Substance and value of discharge (BOD, COD, N and P, heavy metals for industrial facilities) Type of water body receiving the discharge (river, lake) PRTR PRTR fascilities BUBE - online Devolopment of PRTR web portal

12 Training for UWWTD and/or emissions 1 st Regional workshop of ETC/ICM with West Balkan countries, May 2011 Zagreb, Croatia. 2nd Regional workshop of ETC/ICM with West Balkan countries, September 2011, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. In framework of the project Capacity Building to Put the Aarhus Convention into Action and Support Development of PRTR Systems in SEE Countries were organized two capacity building and awareness raising workshops on their role and responsibilities, the steps of developing and implementing the PRTR systems and the reporting process as well as the PRTR Protocol and E-PRTR, for national and regional authorities, operators and NGOs.

13 WISE-SoE Reporting: Emissions Point sources to inland waters Industrial Waste Water Discharges total Hazardous Substances Emission Discharges from Point Sources Zinc, Nickel, Copper and Sulphate Urban Waste Water Discharges total Nutrients and Organic Matter Emission Discharges from Point Sources BOD5, COD and Nitrates Spatial Unit Characteristics and Pressures Country level

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