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Kissir The dam was constructed on river Kissir at north-east part of Algeria, near the city of JIJEL, about 1 km from the Mediteranean coast. Purpose of the dam is water supply to city of Jijel and irrigation of coastal region. 
Prvonek  
Storage reservoir „Prvonek“ will provide drinking water to Vranjska Banja,Vranje, Bujanovac, Preševo.
Dam Sarrath The dam was constructed on river SARRATH in west part of Tunisia, near the town of EL KEF and it will be used for water supply and irrigation of region of Boughanem and Mahjouba. 
Tunel - Interceptor Sewer INTERCEPTOR, Usce-Veliko Selo, is designed as solution for collection and transfer of waste water and part of rain water from central sewerage system of Belgrade, including Novi Beograd and Zemun. Waste water will be collected and transferred downstream from the city to river Danube.  
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Ouikiss

The dam was constructed on river d'Ourkiss, province OUM EL BOUAGHI in Algeria.
It is intended for water supply of town oum el Bouaghi and Ain Beida, as well as for irrigation of region Chemora..

Dam Ourkiss

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Izmeštanje i regulisanje korita reke Kolubare - II faza

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U decembru 2014. godine započeti su radovi na izmeštanju i regulisanju korita reke Kolubare - II faza

 

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Dam Arilje - Profil Svračkovo

Dam „Arilje-Profil Svračkovo“ is located at river Rzav about 8 km upstream from town of Arilje. The Contract for construction of the dam was signed in December 2011, and the works have commenced in April 2012. The initial stage of works on construction of the dam is related to excavation of material in area of shaft spillway. Excavation of material is performed by blasting, since it is a hard rock, the limestone.

Dam „Arilje-Profil Svračkovo“

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Vlasina - Water supply channels Strvno and Čemernik

Water supply channels Strvno and Čemernik are located within the system of Vlasina HPP. The channels are intended for collection of water and its transfer to Vlasina storage. The works at the project started in June 2011. The planned completion of works is in June 2014.

Water supply channels Strvno and Čemernik

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Prvonek

 


Storage reservoir „Prvonek“ will provide drinking water to Vranjska Banja,Vranje, Bujanovac, Preševo.

Dam Prvonek

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Dam Selova

Purpose of storage reservoir „Selova“ is to provide drinking water to towns downstream of Selova dam: Kuršumlija,Blace,Prokuplje,Merošina and some parts of city of Niš.

Brana Selova

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Dam Rovni

Purpose of the storage reservoir „Rovni“ is to provide water supply to towns of Valjevo,Lazarevac,Ub, and adjacent places, Mining and Energy Company „Kolubara“ and to provide flood protection. Diversion tunnel with water intake tower was made in the I stage, that will be converted into bottom outlet and intake for users in the II stage.

Brana Rovni

 

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Tunel - Interceptor

Sewer INTERCEPTOR, Usce-Veliko Selo, is designed as solution for collection and transfer of waste water and part of rain water from central sewerage system of Belgrade, including Novi Beograd and Zemun. Waste water will be collected and transferred downstream from the city to river Danube.

Interceptor

 

 

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Tunnel Harka

Hydro-technical tunnel Harka located in the northern region Sejnane Tunisia, about 100 km west of the capital Tunisa.Hidrotehnički Harka tunnel is located in the water supply system of the northern part of the country (the system of dams and reservoirs associated pipelines and tunnels for water transfer). The purpose of hydropower tunnel Harka is to translate the water from the reservoir Harka Sejnane accumulation, and thus to provide sufficient water for water supply in the region of northern Tunisia.
 

Tunnel Harka

 

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Dam Sarrath

The dam was constructed on river SARRATH in west part of Tunisia, near the town of EL KEF and it will be used for water supply and irrigation of region of Boughanem and Mahjouba.

Dam Sarrath

 

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