September 17, 2017 Internet & Press

MEP Picula's project: Water Saving Challenge

Vice President of te parliamentary Intergroup for the Islands, MEP Tonino Picula, launched an international project WaSaC (Water Saving Challenge) to design a water management model for European islands. The project involves eight islands - from France, Greece, Ireland and two from Croatia: Vis and Lastovo. The first results of the survey will be presented by MEP Picula, September 22 at a conference in Komiža on Vis.

"This project, which we have symbolically launched on World Water Day, should help our islands gradually cease to suffer from thirst." Water Saving Challenge wants to save water for islands and money for islanders! The solutions we are looking for are not universal and therefore we will use different experiences of French, Greek, Irish and Croatian islands to develop a water management model that can serve as an example for other European islands, as well as for coastal communities endangered by water shortages. We want to reduce the water consumption on islands by innovative technological solutions but also with changes in irrational habits", said MEP Picula ahead of the conference.

You can read the full article at the following link.

Water Saving Challenge - Conference in Komiža

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