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Croatia Water Market 2011

  • ID: 1581340
  • September 2010
  • Region: Croatia
  • Global Water Intelligence

This in-depth study of Croatia's water and wastewater market will give you the local understanding you need to successfully grow your business in this region.

This latest report is the definitive guide to Croatia's water industry as we move into the next decade, using exclusively researched data from each region to map out how all aspects of the industry will develop over the coming years.

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1 Demographic indicators
Figure 1 Population indicators, Croatia
Figure 2 Economic indicators, Croatia

2 Introduction

3 Overview of challenges

4 Water sector organisation and structure
4.1 Government ministries and agencies
Figure 3 National government water management structure
Figure 4 Organisational structure of Croatian Waters
Figure 5 Water Management Departments in Croatia and their local offices
4.2 Companies

5 Supply and demand details
5.1 Water supply
Figure 6 Water resources in Croatia
5.2 Sectoral water use
Figure 7 Croatia’s water use by sector in 2006

6 Municipal water and wastewater infrastructure
6.1 Key performance indicators: water
Figure 8 Water supply indicators, Croatia
6.2 Key performance indicators: wastewater
Figure 9 Wastewater indicators, Croatia
6.3 Water treatment plants
Figure 10 Overview of the water supply treatment plants
6.4 Desalination
6.5 Wastewater treatment plants
Figure 11 Breakdown of wastewater treatment by level, 2007 and 2008
6.6 Water reuse

7 Water in industry
Figure 12 Water supply in industry in Croatia, 2008
Figure 13 Different purposes of industiral water use, 2008
Figure 14 Volumes of discharged wastewater, 2008
Figure 15 Volumes of discharged treated wastewater

8 Water finance
8.1 Tariffs
Figure 16 Water tariff structure for households in Zagreb
Figure 17 Water tariff structure for industry in Zagreb
Figure 18 Example of the water tariffs in Zagreb, Osijek and Pula
8.2 EU Funds and other available funds
Figure 19 Breakdown of the financial allocation for water supply, wastewater and waste management
Figure 20 Available financial sources for investment expenditure in water and wastewater sector
8.3 Operating expenditure
Figure 21 Operating expenditure
8.4 Capital expenditure
Figure 22 Capital expenditure on water, 2006-2009
Figure 23 Capital expenditure on wastewater, 2006-2009

9 Government’s water strategy
Figure 24 Expenditure for the implementation of the Drinking Water Directive – DWD (2005 prices)
Figure 25 Expenditure for the implementation of the Urban Wastewater Drinking Directive (UWWTD) - normal scenario (2005 prices)
Figure 26 Expenditure for the implementation of the UWWTD - sensitive scenario (2005 prices)
Figure 27 Gap between financial resource and investment needs
Figure 28 Summary of investment expenditure required for water and wastewater
Figure 29 Summary of necessary transition periods for DWD and UWWTD

10 Private sector participation

11 Current and future projects

12 Market forecast

13 Acknowledgements
Figure 30 Market forecast, 2007-2016
Figure 31 Market forecast breakdown, 2010
Figure 32 Market forecast data, 2007-2016 ($ million)

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