The Case for Investment

Cohesion Funding and Europe’s Water:
Successes to Date, Challenges Ahead
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CONTENTS
4 INTRODUCTION FROM VICTOR BOSTINARU MEP
5 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
8 AN INTRODUCTION TO THE COHESION FUND
AND WATER INVESTMENTS
21 EUROPEAN UNION WATER LAW
25 SUMMARY LIST OF NON-COMPLIANCE
30 APPENDIX: DETAILED LIST OF NON-COMPLIANCE
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All across Europe, governments are
struggling to meet the challenges
posed by high public sector debt
burdens and increasing
unemployment. As a result of these
economic challenges, many European
Union member states have issued calls
for the European Union’s budget to be
cut. Individual member states have
argued that, by reducing the amount
they pay into the EU’s budget, they will
be able to beter focus on spending
priorites on a domestc level.
The EU budget is different from
natonal budgets. The EU budget is an
investment tool to support long-term
development and strategic European
co-operaton. In fact 94% of the EU
budget is invested in the member
states to create a European added
value or in making sure the EU speaks
with one voice on the world stage.
The budget cannot run a deficit and
cannot produce debt. It gives
additonal instruments to the member
states and the regions that are crucial
in tmes of austerity.
As such, in my 2012 report presented
to the European Parliament's
Commitee on Regional Development,
I argued it is necessary to ensure an
efficient and extensive infrastructure
network that improves access to
drinking water and drainage and waste
management systems. More
specifically, I concluded that the terms
of the Cohesion Fund budgetng round
from 2014 to 2020 should contain
measures designed to "address the
significant needs for investment in the
water sector to meet the
requirements of the Union's
environmental acquis" as well as
promotng energy efficiency, job
creaton and economic growth.
This report demonstrates the scale of
the problem that exists across the 27
EU member states. The quality of
water in many countries has to
improve and the money needs to be
found to make it happen – startng
with the city of Brussels, in which the
European Union’s insttutons are
based. As we prepare to commit
billions of Euros of investment to
infrastructure projects, through the EU
Cohesion Fund, we must demand
improvements from these failing
cites, regions and countries. Every
country needs to apporton funds to
meet minimum standards of water
quality that we should all expect
across Europe.
Investment in the water sector – and
Cohesion Fund projects more
generally – is not simply an investment
in infrastructure. It is an investment in
more growth and more jobs for all
parts of the European Union; from
building and maintaining
infrastructure on the ground to the
research, development and innovaton
centres that devise solutons to
challenges facing the sector.
The challenge to the European Union
is clear. At a tme when Europe is
facing economic challenges on an
unprecedented sale, it would be
foolhardy to cut the very funding that
provides the economic motor that can
return Europe to a positon of
economic growth while at the same
tme bringing about demonstrable
benefits to the quality of life of
millions of European citzens.
Victor Bostnaru MEP
INTRODUCTION FROM VICTOR BOSTINARU MEP
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
• The European Union is currently concluding its
arrangements for the 2014 to 2020 Cohesion
Fund. The Cohesion Fund provides funding
support for infrastructure-related project to
regions across Europe whose economic
development lags behind EU average standards.
• Since the launch of the Cohesion Fund in 1994, it
has brought untold benefits in terms of upgraded
infrastructure in many countries across the
European Union. This has resulted in economic
growth and improved living standards for millions
of people.
• For the 2007 to 2013 funding period, financial
support totalled €347 billion - equivalent to
approximately one third of the European Union's
total budget.
• The European Union is responsible for
formulatng legislaton in respect of the water
sector; including regulatons governing water
monitoring requirements, cleanliness and
chemical treatment.
• A total of 6,311 areas across Europe are stll not
in compliance with European Union laws
governing the water sector.
• Romania is the country with least compliance
with EU water legislaton with a total of 2,476
instances of non-compliance followed by Spain
(1148), Bulgaria (901), Hungary (631) and Slovakia
(356). Brussels, the “capital” of the European
Union, is also featured in the report.
• Instances of non-compliance with EU water
legislaton span both north and south Europe and
occur in both old and new EU member states.
• Non-compliance with EU water legislaton leaves
taxpayers across the European Union area
vulnerable to fines of up to €3,026,124 a day or
€1,104,535,260 a year.
• The Cohesion Fund can be used as a means by
which to assist EU countries (partcularly those
from the 2004 and 2007 accession waves) in
bringing their domestc water standards into
compliance with the law.
• Ongoing EU investment in the water sector is
crucial for improving the quality of life of EU
citzens, providing employment opportunites and
encouraging ongoing research and innovaton in
Europe.
• The budget of the European Union and individual
EU member states is under pressure from the
drive for austerity. Such cuts should not be
insttuted while infrastructure and legal
compliance challenges remain in so many EU
member states.
The informaton contained in the report has been
obtained from formal European Commission sources,
including informaton that is available as a mater of
public record. The research reflects the positon for
the year 2012/3.For further informaton, contact the
European Commission’s Europe Direct service on
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The Cohesion Fund was set up in 1994
in order to provide funding for
environmental projects and trans-
natonal transport infrastructure
projects and spans several distnct
funding streams; all designed to raise
the quality of life of European citzens
and increase economic actvity in
regions whose economies lag behind
the rest of the EU.
The Fund has proved partcularly
crucial in respect of assistng member
states in remedying problems with
their natonal water infrastructure;
improving public health and increasing
the degree to which EU member states
adhere to legislaton mandatng the
scrupulous testng and cleanliness of
water.
The support from the Cohesion Fund is
based on the principle of “co-
financing.” The maximum rate of
support for any specific investment
projects brought about by the
Cohesion Fund can only amount to
85% with individual natonal
governments or member states also
having to make up the remaining 15%
from their own natonal budgets.
Writng in 2006, the then European
Commissioner for Environmental Policy
Stavros Dimas outlined details of the
three Cohesion Fund support streams
available for water-related projects
(these funding mechanisms are
discussed in more detail later in this
report):
Convergence funding: Support to
stmulate growth potental by focussed
investment in collectve services
needed to ensure long-term
compettveness. Dimas argued that
massive investment in water
infrastructure was required to upgrade
and extend water and sanitaton
systems to new member states whose
laws were not in line with EU law.
Regional compettveness and
employment: To antcipate and
promote economic change and
development by improving
compettveness and atractveness
through investments in the knowledge-
based economy and innovaton. Dimas
argued that the investment in the
water sector was necessary to ensure
a business environment that was
conducive to economic development
as well as being sensitve to
environment and human concerns.
Therefore, this funding stream had
clear relevance to the need for
member states to adhere to stringent
environmental standards.
Cooperaton: To promote the balanced
and sustainable development of all
regions of the European Union so as to
ensure that one region, country or sub-
region (such as a county or state)
lagged considerably behind the rest of
the European Union in terms of its
environmental and social standards.
Again, Dimas argued that the uneven
development of water infrastructure
insttuted a clear “barrier effect” which
harmed this sense of equal
development.
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AN INTRODUCTION TO THE COHESION FUND
AND WATER INVESTMENTS
1
Making the Structural and Cohesion Funds Water Positve, Commissioner Stavros
Dimas and the European Network of Environmental Authorites, February 2006.
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Why invest in water?
Item Funding stream available
European Regional
Development Fund
European Social
Fund
Cohesion Fund
Scientfic studies, inventories and mapping X
Awareness-raising campaigns X
Monitoring systems and risk analyses X
Water-saving solutons for industry X
Adaptng existng water infrastructure X X
Improvement of water networks X X
Equipment acquisiton X
For the period from 2007 to 2013 the following funding streams
were made available for water-related projects:
The benefits of Cohesion Fund investments in water-related projects are
clear to see; spanning economic, environment and social factors.
✓ Lower costs and improved compettveness for economic enttes whose primary business operatons are
focussed on the water sector (i.e. private or state water suppliers);
✓ Increased availability of water supplies for consumers and businesses where they otherwise may have
been sporadic and unreliable;
✓ Development of new and innovatve environmental, water treatment and waste treatment technologies
which in turn can bring about increased investment in the EU economy and create high-quality jobs;
✓ The building of modern and long-lastng infrastructure can lead to reduced maintenance charges and
processing costs; saving both private businesses and taxpayers money;
✓ Lastng improvements in pipes, treatment plants and other ancillary water infrastructure reduce the need
for further investment in the short to medium term;
✓ Planning security for economic actvity and development;
✓ Increased opportunites for development of the tourism sector based on greater confidence in the safety
of drinking water supplies or recreatonal waters (i.e. seaside areas or inland lakes).
Economic
✓ Increasing the quality of water brings clear benefits to public health in terms of reduced illnesses brought
about by water contaminaton by both chemical compounds and natural propertes (i.e. E Coli and
cryptosporidium);
✓ Expanded water quality projects and infrastructure can benefit the wider environment, including the
quality and diversity of all water sources;
✓ More efficient water infrastructure can cut down the need for excessive use of chemicals in the treatment
process and the amount of energy used, therefore decreasing carbon dioxide emissions;
✓ Reduced need for more water than is otherwise necessary to be extracted from the natural environment
in order to serve domestc and industrial demands.
Environmental
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Legal basis
The Cohesion Fund’s operatons are
enshrined in Artcle 161 of the Treaty
establishing the European Community
(“scope of assistance”) which states
that:
Assistance from the Fund shall be
given to actons in the following
areas, ensuring an appropriate
balance, and according to the
investment and infrastructure needs
specific to each Member State
receiving assistance:
a. trans-European transport
networks, in partcular
priority projects of common
interest as identfied by
Decision No 1692/96/EC;
b. the environment within the
priorites assigned to the
Community environmental
protecton policy under the
policy and acton programme
on the environment .In this
context, the Fund may also
intervene in areas related to
sustainable development
which clearly present
environmental benefits,
namely energy efficiency and
renewable energy and, in the
transport sector outside the
trans-European networks,
rail, river and sea transport,
intermodal transport systems
and their interoperability,
management of road, sea
and air traffic, clean urban
transport and public
transport
The administraton of how money
related to the Cohesion Fund is spent
is a fairly unique case in terms of the
general operaton of the EU budget.
While the majority of programmes the
European Union funds are
administered directly by the European
Commission, the system for cohesion
funding works as follows:
1. The Commission negotates and
approves the programmes
proposed by individual countries
and allocates resources;
2. The individual EU countries and
their regions manage the
programmes, implement them by
selectng which projects they
wish to carry out and then
monitor their implementaton;
3. The Commission is involved in
programme monitoring, commits
and pays out approved
expenditure and verifies the
control systems.
When a decision is taken to spend
money (an “operatonal programme”)
the individual government of the
European Union member state in
queston appoints:
a) a managing authority (a natonal,
regional or local public authority
or public/private body to manage
the operatonal programme);
b) a certficaton body (a natonal,
regional or local public authority
or body to certfy the statement
of expenditure and the payment
applicatons before their
transmission to the Commission);
c) an auditng body (a natonal,
regional or local public authority
or body for each operatonal
programme to oversee the
efficient running of the
management and monitoring
system).
European Regional
Development Fund
The purpose of the European Regional
Development Fund is to strengthen,
on a pan-European basis, the
economic and social fabric of the
European Union in order to reduce
inequalites between wealth levels in
individual regions. As an example, the
wealthiest area of the EU (Inner
London) has a GDP per capita of
roughly 60,000 Euros per year while
the average is only 2,500 Euros in the
EU’s poorest area, North East
Romania.
The priorites for this fund are
✓ Improved human health and the eliminaton of social and geographic barriers which prevent certain
groups from accessing clean water;
✓ Material improvements in the quality of life for residents in areas with decaying urban infrastructure or
underdeveloped rural infrastructure;
✓ Increased employment opportunites in relaton to research and development into, constructon of and
maintenance/operaton of technologies;
✓ High public awareness of the need to invest in robust water infrastructure can engender lastng debates
in communites about water security, quantty and quality;
✓ Increased tourism and investment as a result of improvements in the atractveness of the area in which
infrastructure developments are upgraded.
Social
Funding streams explained
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mandated as follows:
Research, development and •
innovaton;
Improving access to and quality •
of informaton and
communicaton technologies;
Climate change and moves •
towards a low-carbon economy;
Business support for small and •
medium-sized enterprises;
Telecommunicatons, energy and •
transport infrastructure;
Enhancing insttutonal capacity •
i.e. civil service reform;
Health, educaton and social •
infrastructure; and
Sustainable urban development •
projects.
In order to ensure that funding is
focussed on these individual priority
areas, the 2014 to 2020 funding round
mandates that 80% of ERDF resources
allocated to transiton or more-
developed regions must be spent on
energy efficiency and renewable
energy projects. Countries considered
to be less-developed will have more
lattude as to how ERDF funding is
spent, although 50% of their budgets
will have to be spent on energy
efficiency, renewables, innovaton and
support for small and medium-sized
enterprises.
European Social Fund
While the European Regional
Development Fund is very much
focussed upon business an d
infrastructure, the Social Fund is
targeted at investments in
employment and educatonal
opportunites. The fund has four main
policy priorites:
Promotng increased employment •
across the EU, including
supportng labour mobility;
Promotng social inclusion and •
reducing poverty and
inequalites;
Providing assistance for increased •
investments in educaton, skills
and life-long learning;
Enhancing state capabilites i.e. •
improving public administraton
processes.
The European Social Fund is also
designed to encourage a sustainable
economic framework created to
provide the jobs of the future. As
such, money can be provided from its
budget for projects intended to
promote a low-carbon economy,
promote resource efficiency, develop
climate resilient solutons, enhance
the use of informaton technology,
strengthen research and development
capabilites and boost SME
compettveness.
In order to bring an element of
stability and predictability to the
European Union’s budgetary
processes, the framework in which the
Cohesion Fund operates is fixed for a
six year period. Prior to the 2014 to
2020 budget round, the fund’s budget
was fixed for the period from 2007 to
2013.
During this period, the general
provisions on the European Regional
Development Fund, the European
Social Fund and the Cohesion Fund
mandated that EU funding be
provided to support the “convergence
objectve” of improving the
infrastructure and development of
poorer regions of Europe whose
economies lagged behind the EU
average in terms of average earnings
and job creaton. Under the terms of
the Fund, the EU was able to provide
funding for up to 85% of the cost of
individual projects.
For the period from 2007 to 2013, the
allocatons made available to each
European Union member state were
as per the table on the following page.
The 2007 to 2013 Budget Round
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NB: Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, Ireland and Luxembourg did not quality for any funding during the 2007 to 2013 period
as a result of the high level of development in these countries.
Country Country Convergence Objectve Total EU Regional Funds
GDP per
head €,
2005
Million €
€ per head
in recipient
regions
Million €
€ per head
in recipient
country
Share of
GDP %
Share of
total regional
funds %
Austria 28,852 159 568 1,301 161 0.07 0.4
Belgium 27,135 579 452 2,020 195 0.09 0.7
Bulgaria 7,913 5,888 753 6,047 768 3.15 2.0
Cyprus 20,753 193 265 580 812 0.56 0.2
Czech Republic 17,156 22,979 2,252 23,698 2,323 3.25 7.7
Denmark 28,375 0 0 545 101 0.04 0.2
Estonia 14,093 3,011 2,221 3,058 2,247 3.31 1.0
Finland 25,774 0 0 1,533 295 0.13 0.5
France 25,077 2,838 1,623 12,736 208 0.10 4.1
Germany 25,797 14,323 933 23,449 284 0.14 7.6
Greece 21,589 17,447 1,585 18,217 1,658 1.34 5.9
Hungary 14,393 20,243 1,998 22,451 2,210 3.22 7.3
Italy 23,474 19,255 1,112 25,647 449 0.25 8.3
Ireland 32,197 0 0 815 207 0.06 0.3
Latvia 11,180 4,010 1,725 4,090 1,749 3.52 1.3
Lithuania 11,914 5,999 1,737 6,096 1,757 3.42 2.0
Luxembourg 59,202 0 0 58 130 0.02 0.0
Malta 17,330 747 1,878 761 1,922 2.35 0.2
Netherlands 29,374 0 0 1,697 105 0.05 0.6
Poland 11,482 59,048 1,546 59,698 1,562 3.43 19.4
Portugal 16,891 18,316 1,750 19,147 1,847 1.82 6.2
Romania 7,933 16,912 778 17,316 795 3.00 5.6
Slovak Republic 13,563 9,663 1,796 10,264 1,904 3.30 3.3
Slovenia 19,462 3,646 1,827 3,739 1,874 1.70 1.2
Spain 23,069 23,411 1,566 31,536 778 0.49 10.2
Sweden 27,721 0 0 1,682 188 0.08 0.5
United Kingdom 26,715 2,594 949 9,468 160 0.07 3.1
Not Allocated 392 0.1
EU 27: all member states 308,041 100
New member states 158,190 51.4
Pre-2004 member states 149,851 48.6
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The criteria upon which each region was judged between 2007-13 in
order to determine its eligibility for EU funding was as follows:
Objectve
Financial
Instruments
Eligibility
Financial Allocaton
(Million €, 2004
prices)
Regions/countries
receiving allocaton
Convergence ERDF
ESF
Cohesion
Fund
Regions whose GDP per head is less than
75% of the EU average.
‘Tapering’ transitonal support up to 2013
for regions that would have been eligible if
the threshold had remained 75% of the
EU15 GDP per head average and not the
EU25 ("phasing out")
Member States whose GDP per head is less
than 90% of the Community average for
the period 2001-03
‘Tapering’ transitonal support for Member
States that would have remained eligible
for the Cohesion Fund if the threshold had
remained 90% of the EU15 GNI per head
average and not the EU25
177,083 (57.5%)
12,521 (4.1%)
58,308 (18.9%)
3,250 (1.0%)
Subtotal:
251,162 (81.5%)
84 regions (31.7% of
EU27 populaton)
16 regions (3.4% of
EU27 populaton)
All 2004/7 Member
States, Portugal and
Greece
Spain
Regional
Compettveness
and
Employment
ERDF
ESF
Regions not covered by the Convergence
Objectve or by transitonal support
Transitonal support for regions which
were covered by Objectve 1 in the 2000-
06 framework (which corresponds to the
present Convergence Objectve) but whose
GDP per head now exceeds 75% of the
EU15 GDP per head average ("phasing in")
38,742 (12.6%)
10,385 (3.4%)
Subtotal:
49,127 (15.9%)
All regions not
covered elsewhere
(61% of the EU27
populaton)
13 regions
(3.9% of the EU27)
European
Territorial
Cooperaton
EDRF (i) Cross-border co-operaton. regions that
have maritme, natonal or EU borders
(ii) Trans-natonal co-operaton. All
European regions are eligible but the
Commission has identfied 13 co-
operaton zones
(iii) Inter-regional co-operaton and setng
up networks and exchanges of
experience.
Subtotal:
7,750 (2.5%)
Total:
308,041
(100%)
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The last round of Cohesion Fund ran
from 2007 and will conclude at the
end of 2013. To date, the Cohesion
Fund has made a significant impact
on improving infrastructure in many
areas across Europe. Successes
include widening public access to
drinking water, upgrading the
capacity of waste-water and
improving piping infrastructure.
Despite the successes of the fund,
considerable challenges remain for
member states. Many are stll not
compliant with EU water laws and
require substantal contnued EU
support in order to be able to do so.
Country-by-country analysis
The funding made available
to Bulgaria for Cohesion
Fund-related project was
approved on 7th November 2007 by
the European Commission. While
some countries were only granted
Cohesion Fund monies for partcular
regions, the relatvely low GDP per
capita in Bulgaria meant that the
whole country was judged to be in
need of funding under the terms of
the “convergence” objectve.
Bulgaria was allocated a total budget
of €6 billion in Cohesion Fund monies
for the period 2007-2013. At the
tme the money was allocated to the
country the Bulgarian government
declared that their “number one
priority” would be the preservaton
and improvement of the
environmental conditons of the
water in the country by improving
water supply and wastewater
infrastructure to the standards
required by EU law. In partcular, the
country outlined its wish to bring
about the constructon and
modernisaton of sewage treatment
networks and waste water treatment
plants.
By 2013, EU funding had delivered 65
new or rehabilitated waste water
treatment plants serving an
additonal 1,845,000 people, and 22
integrated waste management
systems serving an additonal 3.5
million people.
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Bulgaria
Case study: “Ruse is a city of
160,000 inhabitants with a
harbour on the Danube. The
European Union funded the
rehabilitaton and extension of the
water supply and sewerage
network, along with the
constructon of an urgently needed
waste water treatment plant. The
main objectve of this project was
to protect the environment by
reducing polluton in the Danube,
and to increase the reliability of the
water supply and the efficient use
of water resources. The total
estmated cost of the project was
€46.8 million, with an EU
contributon of €35 million.”
3
For the period from 2007
to 2013, the Czech
Republic was allocated a
total of €23.6 billion for cohesion-
related projects. Nearly 40% of the
total allocaton was spent on
environment-related projects such as
waste water treatment and measures
to reduce air polluton.
Prior to the commencement of the
2007 to 2013 budget round, a report
by the European Commission
concluded that “part of the
[country’s] sewerage system has not
been connected to wastewater
treatment plants… and 11% of water
was not clean” with “highly polluted
waters” evident in large parts of the
country, largely as a result of former
mining and industrial processes.
4
Czech Republic
Case study: “The objectve was to reduce surface and wastewater polluton in the South-East region of Jihovýchod in
the Czech Republic. The implementaton of the project enabled an additonal 4,198 inhabitants to be connected to
the new wastewater infrastructure, while the overall rehabilitaton of existng sewerage systems benefited up to 15
469 inhabitants, 115 of whom were connected to the wastewater infrastructure for the first tme. The project included
53.1 km of new sewers, 20.6 km of reconstructed sewers and 3 km of reconstructed water pipes. Total investment
was €54.1 million of which the EU provided €39.3.”
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2
Atanas Kostadinov, Former Deputy Minister of Environment and Water, Bulgaria
3
Bulgarian Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works, European Infrastructure Projects Directorate
4
Strategic Evaluaton of Environmental and Risk Preventon Under Structural and Cohesion Funds for the Period 2007-2013 , Natonal Evaluaton
Report for Czech Republic
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INFOREGIO
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For the period from 2007
to 2013, Estonia was
allocated a total of €3
billion for cohesion-related projects.
At the tme the money was allocated
the Estonian Government declared
that water and waste management
infrastructure would be their top
priority for the 2007 to 2013 funding
round. The programmes
implemented to improve such
infrastructure were designed to
ensure that a total of 55,000
individuals were provided with new
drinking water and sewage systems.
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In 2010, however, the Estonian
Natonal Audit Office published a
report statng that the country would
be "unable to guarantee sufficient
waste water treatment in all built-up
areas in the country" in a tmely
enough manner to bring the country
into full compliance with EU water
law. The report concluded that "too
litle funding is planned for the
improvement of water management
systems" with "several local
governments unable to take part in
projects as their ability to co-finance
them is restricted."
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Estonia
Case study: “It was necessary to
launch a programme
reconstructve of water and
wastewater networks in Narva city.
The project consisted of the
replacement of some 26 km water
distributon pipelines, the
reconstructon of drinking water
treatment plant and water
reservoirs. Some 65,000
inhabitants living in the project
area directly benefited from the
improved water services by
receiving drinking water of higher
quality. Safe drinking water
contributed to the reducton of
health risks for the populaton.
Leakages reduced to 20%.
Wastewater disposal improved the
hygienic conditons and the quality
of the environment.”
For the period from 2007
to 2013, Cyprus was
allocated a total of €580
million for cohesion-related projects.
At the tme, the Cypriot Government
described investments in "basic
infrastructure in the environment
and energy sectors" as their top
"priority axis," including the
"constructon of pipes for the
collecton and transfer of waste,
constructon of pumping statons and
waste treatment statons, tanks for
storing processed water and central
water distributon pipes."
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Cyprus
Case study: "EU funds will help to bring state of the art sewage facilites to
a region of Europe that currently has no modern sewage system. Untl
completon of the “Sewerage System of Kokkinochoria Complex” project,
every householder in the Kokkinochoria area is responsible for the building,
maintenance and operaton of his or her own septc tank and absorpton pit.
The project involves constructng a new system for the collecton, conveyance
and centralised treatment of urban sewage from the ‘Kokkinochoria
Complex’. Eleven new wastewater pumping statons will be installed, along
with new transfer and mains systems to link the local communites. 432 jobs
will be created during the project’s implementaton, with a further 13 long-
term jobs in place when constructon is over. The total project cost €95 million
of which the EU provided €64.6 million."
9
6
Managing Authority for Operatonal Programme Development of the Economic Environment, Estonia
7
Toomas Matson, Communicaton Manager of Natonal Audit Office of Estonia
8
Overview of the mechanisms of Structural and Cohesion Funds, Cyprus Insttute of Energy
9
Instrument for Structural Policies for Pre-Accession Monitoring Department, European Commission
For the 2007 to 2013
period, Latvia was allocated
a total of 4.09 billion Euros
for cohesion-related projects. Upon
confirmaton of this figure, the
Latvian Government announced that
"water management infrastructure
and services" would be amongst their
top priorites in the field of
environmental policy.
Latvia
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For the 2007 to 2013
period, Latvia was allocated
a total of 761 million Euros
for cohesion-related projects. When
seeking to define their objectves for
the spending of Cohesion Fund
monies, the Maltese government
declared that “improving water
supply and water and waste
management”
13
would be amongst
their priorites for the period up to
the end of 2013.
Malta
For the 2007 to 2013
period, Latvia was
allocated a total of €6.09
billion for cohesion-related projects.
Amongst the chief goals of the
Cohesion Fund in Lithuania were
efforts to upgrade water supply and
water treatment plants for a total of
220 communites.
10
The results of this investment were
quickly felt in Lithuania with the
country’s Minister for the
Environment Valentnas Mazuronis
declaring that “over 900 km of new
wastewater and water supply
networks were built and more than
200 km were reconstructed and 25
wastewater treatment plants were
built or modernised in Lithuanian
cites and towns”
11
by October 2009.
The country’s Ministry of Finance
confirmed in February 2010 that the
following projects had either been
implemented or were at a “shovel
ready”
12
stage:
• New and renovated wastewater
network lines – 728 km.
• New and renovated water supply
network lines – 865 km.
• I n s t a l l e d / r e c o n s t r u c t e d
wastewater pump statons – 380
• Additonal citzens connected to
centralised wastewater network
lines – 36,794
• Additonal citzens connected to
centralised water supply network
lines – 35,993
• New wastewater treatment
plants – 35
• Reconstructed wastewater
treatment plants – 15
Lithuania
10
Rolandas Kriščiūnas, Ministry of Finance Director Financial Assistance Department, Governor of Lithuania
11
Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania
12
Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania
13
Country Report on Achievements of Cohesion Policy, European Commission Directorate-General for Regional Policy
16
Instrument for Structural Policies for Pre-Accession Monitoring Department, European Commission
For the period from 2007 to
2013, Poland was allocated
a total of €59.69 billion for
cohesion-related projects. Poland's
share of Cohesion Fund monies was
by far the largest allocated to any
European Union member states and
reflected both the country's relatvely
large populaton size as well as the
scale of the challenges it faced in
respect of bringing its infrastructure
and living standards in line with
European Union averages.
14
The country's Operatonal
Programme Infrastructure and
Environment - the document
outlining how EU cohesion-related
monies would be spent during the
2007 to 2013 period - mandated that
"water and sewage management"
and "waste management and the
protecton of earth" would be
amongst its fifeen "priority axes" for
implementaton.
15
Poland
Case study: “A project was undertaken to upgrade the water and sewage management in the city of Nowy Sącz,
the city and the municipality of Stary Sącz and two municipalites of Nawojowa and Kamionka Wielka. As a result
of the implementaton of the project the water supply system will be connected to around 8,000 inhabitants of the
cites of Nowy and Stary Sącz and municipality Nawojowa. The modernizaton of the water purificaton staton
ensures reliability of supply of the drinking water of appropriate quality, which will contribute to fulfilment of basic
health and economic needs of the local community. The total project cost €64.1 million of which the EU provided
€43.9 million.”
16
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For the 2007 to 2013
period, Romania was
allocated a total of 17.3
billion Euros for cohesion-related
projects.
In order to access European funding
for infrastructure related projects, it
is necessary for individual EU
member states to outline a strategy
indicatng their priorites. In
Romania’s case, several of the
priorites for the 2007-2013 funding
round had clear relevance to the
water sector:
• Priority axis 1: Extension and
modernizaton of water and
wastewater systems. This
priority sought to address one of
the main weaknesses of the
water and wastewater systems
reflectng poor rate of
connecton of the communites
to basic water and wastewater
infrastructure (52%), poor quality
of drinking water and lack of
sewerage collecton and
treatment facilites in some
areas. As well, it addresses the
issue of limited efficiency of
public water services mainly due
to a large number of small
operators, many of them dealing
with different other actvites
(public transport, urban heatng,
local electricity, etc.) and due to
long term under-investments,
poor management, lack of long
term development strategies and
business plans.
• Priority axis 5: Implementaton of
adequate infrastructure of
natural risk preventon in
vulnerable areas. Support under
this priority axis was intended to
focus on investments providing
for adequate level of protecton
against floods by improvements
of the economic, environmental,
ecological and conservaton
status in the most vulnerable
flood areas.
• Priority axis 6 (“technical
assistance”): The aim of this
priority was to ensure the
efficient implementaton of EU
law in respect of environmental
standards, as well as encouraging
the use of innovatve
technologies.
17
Romania
Case study: “Piatra Neamt is a
medium-sized town with a
populaton of about 125,000,
situated in the north-east part of
Romania. Our project involved the
eliminaton of waste previously
unsafely deposited in the streets by
means of the introducton of safe
and sound collecton methods
contributes to the reducton of
health risks. A substantal increase
in waste recycling, a reducton in
waste disposed in landfill, and
reduced soil and water polluton
levels were achieved. The EU
contributon to this project was
€10.4 million.”
18
Case study: “Water services are being vastly improved in eight towns and
communes across a large county in south-eastern Romania. This work
will deliver EU-standard drinking water and wastewater to almost their
entre populaton. The four-year project targets some 59,700 people and
will include the constructon of three wastewater treatment plants. It will
be implemented over four years. New wastewater treatment plants are
to be built in Bragadiru-Cornetu, Domnest-Ciorogarla, and Branest –
capable respectvely of handling sewage for populatons equivalent to
16,200, 13,000 and 11,330. The local economy will benefit from the
creaton of 170 jobs during the project implementaton and almost 50
jobs during the operatng stage. The EU contributon to this project is
€55.6 million.”
Case study: “The development and upgrading of the water and
wastewater systems in Dâmbovita County represents the first step in a
long term investment plan for the region. The project consists of
infrastructure investments to upgrade drinking water treatment and
distributon, and wastewater collecton and treatment; it will include six
treatment plants. Over 170,000 residents in Dâmbovita, Romania’s most
densely populated county, will gain access to clean water and an
upgraded and rehabilitated modern water supply and wastewater
service. It is estmated that 95% of the inhabitants will be connected to
the drinking water network and safe water resources, representng an
additonal 25,800 inhabitants connectng to the safe drinking water
supply system. The connecton rate to the sewer collecton system will
reach 94%, bringing in an additonal 59,391 inhabitants to the
wastewater system. The project is also expected to directly mobilise 310
jobs during the implementaton phase and 10 jobs during the operatng
stage. The EU contributon to this project is €107.7 million of the total
€138.8 million cost.”
17
Silviu Stoica, Director General, Ministry of
Environment and Sustainable
Development, Government of Romania
18
Instrument for Structural Policies for Pre-
Accession Monitoring Department,
European Commission
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Case study: “A project is currently underway to bring
about the extension and rehabilitaton of water and
wastewater systems in Medias, Agnita and Dumbraveni
regions in Sibiu County. The project consists of the
replacement and constructon of 45 km distributon
pipelines, the rehabilitaton of three drinking water
treatment plants and five water reservoirs. Some 68,000
inhabitants living in the project area will directly benefit
from improved water services. Partcularly, the investment
will improve the quality of life of the citzens living in the
service area by ensuring beter access to drinking water
and wastewater services: 100 % of the populaton living
in the municipalites of Medias, Agnita and Dumbraveni
will have access to compliant drinking water supply afer
project implementaton and 100% of the populaton of the
concerned wastewater agglomeratons will be connected
to the sewerage system.”
Case study: “A project is underway to bring
about the extension and the rehabilitaton of
water and wastewater systems in Calarasi
County. It will be implemented for the
agglomeratons of Calarasi, Urziceni, Oltenita,
Lehliu, Fundulea and Budest. The ultmate
purpose is to promote the compliance with the
relevant EU environmental legislaton and in turn
improve the quality of the water services. The
project involves the rehabilitaton and extension
of 81 km of sewers, the constructon of 13
pumping statons, the extension and
rehabilitaton of five wastewater treatment
plants. The target populaton served will be of
117,000 people. The EU is funding roughly 80%
of the €99 million project.”
For the 2007 to 2013
period, Slovenia was
allocated a total of €3.7
billion for cohesion-related projects.
Following the grantng of these
monies, the Slovene Government
confirmed that issues relatng to the
environmental and water quality
sector would form party of the
“priority axes” for part Cohesion
Fund spending in the period from
2007 to 2013. More specifically, the
Government’s plan stated that the
programme would “facilitate the
constructon of waste water
treatment plants, the installaton of
main water supply systems and long-
term protecton of existng and
potental potable water sources… the
EU and the Natonal Government will
provide respectvely €325,483,339
and €57,438,237 respectvely, for this
program, for a total investment of
€382.921.576.”
19
Slovenia
Case study: “Slovenia introduced a wastewater management programme
to improve the quality of the water in the rivers around Celje. Celje is located
along the banks of two rivers, just where the Voglajna meets the Savinja
and then the later river turns abruptly south to join the Sava. Celje is the
third largest city in Slovenia and also an important regional centre for
business and commerce, educaton and tourism. It covers an area of 24
square kilometres and has over 50,000 inhabitants. Formerly, all the
wastewater that was produced in Celje flowed into the regional sewage
system that discharged more than 4,500 cubic metres of untreated water
directly into the Savina River. The quality of the water in this river was rated
as 3rd to 4th class, in accordance with the EU fresh water classificaton scale,
and naturally, the effluent from Celje flowed on to contaminate the purity
of water in the Sava. The Municipality paid for the upgrading of the primary
collector of wastewater and then the treatment plant was built, which had
the capacity to handle output from the equivalent of 85,000 inhabitants.
Additonal collectors of a total length of 7.7 kilometres were installed and
six pumping statons and five retenton tanks were constructed along the
Savinja River. In the new plant, the wastewater is mechanically and
biologically purified and it refines household and pre-treated industrial and
hospital effluents. The final products are cleansed water, which flows into
the Savinja, and sludge that has been dehydrated and can then be used as
manure on farmland. The project is one step towards ensuring that Slovenia
meets the requirements of the EU Urban Wastewater Directve and the
Natonal Environmental Acton Programme. The total cost of the project was
€15.1 million, of which the EU provided €8.4 million.”
19
Peter Wostner, Office for Local Self-Government and Regional Policy, Government of Slovenia
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For the 2007 to 2013
period, Slovakia was
allocated a total of €10.2
billion for cohesion-related projects.
Given the challenges facing the
country in respect of bringing its
domestc water quality standards in
line with European Union
requirements the Slovak Government
described the water sector as being in
need of the “heaviest investment”
given the need to comply with the
EU’s environmental acquis.
Throughout the period from 2007 to
2013, it was envisaged that there
would be an increase in the number
of people connected to public sewers
to 4.4 million, the percentage of
populaton connected to waste water
treatment plants to 81% and the
proporton of the populaton supplied
with drinking water from public water
supply networks to 91%.
20
Slovakia
Case study: “The Myjava waste water treatment plant is located in the
Trenčin region close to the Myjava river. The main objectve of the project
was to reconstruct and intensify the works of the existng Myjava WWTP in
order to achieve compliance with European environmental law. The project’s
secondary objectve was to protect water quality: the Myjava river, which is
a natural monument, together with its riverside vegetaton, represents a
significant landscape and eco-stabilising factor. The vegetaton also protects
the river body from polluton by absorbing part of the fertlizers washed down
from the surrounding fields. In the longer term, the reconstructed WWTP
should create favourable conditons for the preservaton of several species
of fish and invertebrates in that protected area. Before the works began in
2005, the treatment efficiency of the Myjava WWTP was approximately 76%.
Afer the project was finished in 2007, measurements proved 95% efficiency
of waste water treatment. The total cost of the project was €1.7 million of
which the EU contributed €1.3 million.”
21
20
Results of the Negotatons of Cohesion Policy Strategies and Programmes 2007–13,
European Commission
21
Instrument for Structural Policies for Pre-Accession Monitoring Department, European
Commission
22
Country Report on Achievements of Cohesion Policy, European Commission Directorate-
General for Regional Policy
23
Dr Puskás Tivadar, Mayor of Szombathely
According to figures
published by the European
Commission in 2003, at
that stage only 16% of water courses
in Hungary were of a good or
excellent quality, 37% had a
“tolerable quality” and around 47%
of the country’s waters were
“contaminated” or “extremely
contaminated.” The number of
homes connected to the sewerage
system was only 59%.
The European Commission
Directorate-General for Regional
Policy Country Report on
Achievements of Cohesion Policy
stated that, in 2003, “many public
utlity network and wastewater
treatment facilites were obsolete or
worn out. Consequently, the capacity
of wastewater treatment plants and
the efficiency of treatment
technologies did not comply with
basic criteria at many locatons in
Hungary… most facilites need
refurbishment, and many need
complete replacement of
infrastructure.”
22
As such, the country faced significant
challenges in bringing its domestc
water quality standards into line with
minimum European Union
requirements. Mindful of this,
Hungary was allocated a total of
€22.4 billion for cohesion-related
projects for the period from 2007 to
2013 – amongst the largest aid
recipients in Europe.
Hungary
Case study: “The Municipality of
Szombathely is in the centre of Vas
county next to the Hungarian-
Austrian border. Its waste water,
together with that from Köszeg and
24 communites, is treated by an
existng waste water treatment plant
which was upgraded in 2008. Four
thousand people were connected to
the waste water collecton system in
the City of Szombathely, an increase
from 92.4% to 96.7% of the
populaton. The project also
contributed to mitgatng negatve
environmental impacts including
odour nuisance, contaminaton of
groundwater and surface water from
storm-water overflows and sewage
flooding. It also provided a
sustainable sludge disposal soluton
that complies with EU environmental
legislaton. The European Union
made a financial contributon of
€11.9 million to this project, out of a
total budget of €19.8 million.”
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On 6th October 2011, the European
Commission announced its draf
legislatve package to underpin the
operaton of the Cohesion Fund for
the period from 2014 to 2020. The
proposal focussed on a number of
distnct areas, including:
Concentratng on boostng •
measures for economic growth in
line with the ‘Europe 2020’
strategy which encourages
sustainable development in
order to foster economic growth;
Reinforcing the ‘territorial •
cohesion’ objectve of ensuring
countries with weaker or less
developed infrastructure were
brought up to EU standards;
Simplifying the means by which •
countries and regions are
allowed to apply for funding for
cohesion-related projects.
The total budget made available for
cohesion funding for the 2014 to 2020
period was €376 billion.
The proposal mandated that every
region across the European Union
would have a right to benefit from
cohesion funding – whether it be from
the European Regional Development
Fund (ERDF) or the European Social
Fund (ESF). A distncton, however,
was drawn between regions
considered to be less developed (i.e.
North East Romania), in transiton
from being a low income to medium
income area (the majority of Polish
regions) or more developed (i.e. the
South East of England).
Less developed regions are defined as
being those with an average GDP per
capita of less than 75% of the
European Union average while a
transiton region is one where the
average GDP lies between 75% and
90% of the average. While funding
was not explicitly banned from being
passed to more developed regions for
projects ensuring compettveness in
the field of the digital economy or
shifing towards low carbon
technologies, the clear focus remained
in respect of lower income regions.
In respect of European Social Fund
monies, a “minimum share”
mechanism was established for each
category of region of 25% for less
developed regions, 40% for transiton
regions and 52% for more developed
regions. This calculaton resulted in a
minimum overall share of the overall
EU cohesion fund budget of 25%,
equatng to €84 billion.
The Cohesion Fund, it was decided,
would contnue to support EU
member states with a Gross Natonal
Income (GNI) per capita of less than
90% with their efforts to invest in
trans-European transportaton
projects such as motorways or railway
systems and environment-related
projects such as water infrastructure.
One of the key critcisms of the 2007-
2013 budget round was that individual
EU member states in receipt of
cohesion fund monies had had
significant problems in absorbing and
spending European funding. In some
cases, money was misdirected or
significant under-spends occurred. In
order to remedy these problems, the
2014 to 2020 funding round
introduced several new principles that
must be followed when allocatng
funding:
Cohesion funding made available •
to each country must not exceed
2.5% of the country’s total GDP;
Cohesion funding will only be •
made available to pay for up to
85% of any individual project in
less developed regions, 60% in
transiton regions and 50% in
more developed regions;
‘Partnership Contracts’ will be •
introduced between the EU and
enttes receiving funding in
order to improve transparency
and accountability in the funding
process.
The 2014-2020 Budget Round
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European Union regulaton of
European water began in 1975 with
standards for those of our rivers and
lakes used to provide drinking water,
and resulted in setng binding quality
targets for drinking water in 1980 with
the Ground Water Directve on
dangerous substances. This directve
aimed to improve the quality of fish
waters, shellfish waters, bathing
waters and groundwater.
Afer a period of review the EU
launched a second phase of water
legislaton which, in the early 1990s,
resulted in the:
Urban Waste Water Treatment •
Directve, providing for secondary
(biological) waste water
treatment, and even more
stringent treatment where
necessary;
Nitrates Directve, addressing •
water polluton by nitrates from
agriculture;
Later in the decade the EU adopted
the Drinking Water Directve, which
tghtened water quality standards, and
the Directve for Integrated Polluton
and Preventon Control (IPPC) which
aimed to reduce polluton from large
industrial installatons.
Throughout this process there were
growing calls for a more
comprehensive approach to water
regulaton and legislaton. The
European Parliament and European
Council requested that the
Commission bring forward a single
piece of legislaton to combine all of
the disparate and fragmented pieces
of water legislaton.
Afer widely consultng NGOs, the
academic community and industry the
Commission published
its proposal for the Water Framework
Directve which was duly adopted.
European acton on water has since
focussed on the proper
implementaton of existng legislaton
and the Blueprint to Safeguard
Europe's Waters which includes a
significant review on the progress
made towards achieving the goals laid
out in the Water Framework Directve.
Water Framework Directve
In 2000 the EU agreed the terms of the
Water Framework Directve (WFD). All
Member States had been required to
produce River Basin Management
Plans (RBMPs) by 2009, and these
provide the basis for protectng,
improving and maintaining the
environmental conditon of surface
and ground waters by certain
milestone dates: 2015, 2021 and 2027.
Member States should aim to ensure
that, by the final date of 2027, all
rivers and water bodies have reached,
or have maintained, “good” or “high”
status, and their progress towards that
objectve is to be reported at the
earlier milestone dates. There are a
number of objectves in respect of
which the quality of water is
protected. The key aims of this at
European level are general protecton
of the aquatc ecology, specific
protecton of unique and valuable
habitats, protecton of drinking water
resources, and protecton of bathing
water. In practce, “good” status
means a general requirement for
ecological protecton, and a general
minimum chemical standard.
Under the Water Framework Directve,
the basic management units for river
basin management planning are the
River Basin Districts (RBDs) that may
comprise one or more river basins
(and include as appropriate lakes,
streams, rivers, groundwater and
estuaries, together with the coastal
waters into which they flow).
The WFD requires that river basin
management plans (RBMPs) must be
developed and reviewed on a six-
yearly basis, specifying the actons
required within each period to achieve
set environmental quality objectves.
The planning process should include
an economic analysis of all water uses
in each RBD, as well as determining
the pressures and impacts on the
water environment. A key element of
this process is public informaton and
consultaton. The WFD requires that
all inland, estuarial and coastal waters
within RBDs must reach at least
“good” status by 2015. This is based on
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an assessment of ecological, chemical
and quanttatve criteria.
There are more limited criteria for
assessing the status of heavily
modified and artficial water bodies;
groundwater status is assessed on
quanttatve and chemical criteria (the
amount of water and the levels of
priority substances in that water)
alone. Direct discharges into
groundwater are prohibited and
governments are required to monitor
groundwater bodies so as to detect
changes in chemical compositon, and
to reverse any human induced upward
polluton trend.
There are over 30 differing criteria for
assessing the status of rivers, lakes,
transitonal waters and coastal waters,
but they all include consideraton of:
• biological quality, including
presence or absence of
various algae, plants, fish and
invertebrates;
• physical and chemical quality,
including oxygenaton and
nutrient conditons;
• environmental quality
standards for levels of
specific pollutants, such as
pestcides; and
• physical aspects that support
the biological quality of
the water body, such as
the quantty and dynamics
of water flow
(hydromorphological quality)
There are a number of exemptons to
the general objectves, including
disproportonate cost, which allow for
less stringent objectves, extension of
the deadline beyond 2015 or the
implementaton of new projects.
For all these exemptons, strict
conditons must be met and a
justficaton must be included in the
river basin management plan.
The WFD also acts to coordinate the
measures outlined in previous
directves aimed at specific polluton
problems such as the Urban Waste
Water Treatment Directve and the
Nitrates Directve, which together
tackle the problem of eutrophicaton
(as well as health effects such as
microbial polluton in bathing water
areas and nitrates in drinking water);
and the Integrated Polluton
Preventon and Control Directve,
which deals with chemical polluton.
In practce coordinaton means that
where implementaton of these
directves does not result in the river
basin achieving the status required by
the WFD, the Member State must
“identfy exactly why, and design
whatever additonal measures are
needed to satsfy all the objectves
established. These might include
stricter controls on pollutng emissions
from industry and agriculture, or
urban waste water sources.”
The WFD both assimilates and
replaces previous water legislaton. It
replaces the inital water legislaton
such as the directves on surface
water, measurement methods and
sampling frequencies and exchanges
of informaton on fresh water quality,
fish water, shellfish water, and
groundwater and the directve on
dangerous substances discharges.
The Surface Water Abstracton
Directve was repealed in December
2007 and replaced by amended Water
Supply Regulatons and elements of
the Water Framework Directve.
The Blueprint to Safeguard Europe’s
Water Resources
Since 2010, the European Commission
has reviewed EU freshwater policy,
with a partcular focus on the WFD.
This has included a preliminary study,
or “fitness check,” of the relevance,
coherence, effectveness and
efficiency of EU freshwater policy.
This “fitness check” in turn underpins
the Commission’s “Blueprint to
Safeguard Europe’s Water Resources”
which was published at the end of
2012, with the aim of ensuring good
quality water in sufficient quanttes
for all.
The Commission has stated that the
Blueprint is the policy response to
firstly the challenges to water resource
management posed by
implementaton issues arising out of
the current EU policy framework, and
secondly the need to develop
measures to tackle water availability
and water quantty problems. While
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the tme horizon of the Blueprint will
be 2020, the underpinning analysis
will cover a tmespan up to 2050.
The need to consider water protecton
issues extends to other EU policies.
Two of these areas are: the adaptaton
of EU agriculture and forestry to
climate change; and innovaton in EU
agriculture. In both of these water
resource management is a key policy
consideraton:
expanding the scope of water •
protecton to all waters, surface
waters and groundwater;
achieving “good status” for all •
waters by a set deadline;
water management based on •
river basins;
“combined approach” of •
emission limit values and quality
standards;
ensuring equitable pricing of •
water supply and related
services;
getng the citzen involved more •
closely;
streamlining legislaton. •
Groundwater Directve
Artcle 17 of the Water Framework
Directve required the Commission to
propose specific measures to prevent
and control groundwater polluton and
achieve “good” quanttatve and
chemical status by 2015. To this end
the Commission produced the
Groundwater Directve in 2006. The
Directve requires Member States to
carry out polluton trend studies, the
reversal of these trends by 2015 and
the introducton of measures to
prevent or limit inputs of pollutants
into groundwater so that WFD
environmental objectves can be
achieved by 2015.
Drinking Water Directve
The Drinking Water Directve sets
microbiological, chemical and
organoleptc quality standards for
drinking water quality at the tap and
the general obligaton that drinking
water must be wholesome and clean.
It obliges Member States to regular
monitoring of drinking water quality
and to provide to consumers adequate
and up-to-date informaton on their
drinking water quality.
The Directve sets a total of 48
microbiological and chemical
parameters that must be monitored
and tested regularly. These are based
on World Health Organisaton (WHO)
guidelines. Member States are
allowed to “gold plate” this legislaton
when introducing natonal legislaton,
but also may derogate from the
chemical quality standards as long as
there is not a potental danger to
human health and provided that the
supply of water intended for human
consumpton in the area concerned
cannot be maintained by any other
reasonable means.
Nitrates Directve
The Nitrates Directve aims to reduce
water polluton by nitrate from
agricultural sources and to prevent
such polluton occurring in the future;
it forms an integral part of the Water
Framework Directve and is one of the
key instruments in the protecton of
waters against agricultural pressures.
It requires Member States to identfy
polluted or threatened waters (those
with high levels of nitrates), to
designate vulnerable zones that
contribute to nitrate polluton which
are to be subject to Acton
Programmes to reduce polluton, and
to establish a voluntary code of good
agricultural practce to be adopted by
farmers. Most importantly, the
Directve requires natonal monitoring
and reportng every four years on
nitrates concentratons and
eutrophicaton.
Urban Waste Water Directve
The Urban Waste Water Directve is
designed to reduce the polluton of
freshwater, estuarine and coastal
waters by domestc sewage and
industrial waste water. The Directve
concerns the collecton, treatment and
discharge of urban waste water and
the treatment and discharge of waste
water from certain industrial sectors.
The Directve regulates industrial
waste water entering collectng
systems and the disposal of waste
water and sludge from urban waste
water treatment plants.
By 2006 all agglomeratons of between
2,000 and 10,000 p.e. which discharge
their effluent into sensitve areas, and
all agglomeratons of between 2,000
and 15,000 p.e. which do not
discharge into such areas, must have
had a collecton and treatment system
installed. The Directve also requires
Member States to draw up lists of
sensitve and less sensitve areas
which receive the treated waters. The
treatment of urban water is to be
varied according to the sensitvity of
the receiving waters.
The Directve also sets out
requirements for discharges from
specific industrial sectors of
biodegradable industrial waste water
not entering urban waste water
treatment plants before discharge to
receiving waters.
Importantly, Member States are
responsible for monitoring both
discharges from treatment plants and
the receiving waters.
Integrated Polluton Preventon and
Control Directve
The Integrated Polluton Preventon
and Control Directve requires certain
industrial and agricultural installatons
with a high polluton potental to have
a permit. For a permit to be issued by
a Member State the installaton must:
use the best available polluton- •
preventon techniques (which
produce the least waste or use less
hazardous substances);
prevent all large-scale polluton; •
prevent, recycle or dispose of waste •
in the least pollutng way possible;
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use energy efficiently; •
ensure accident preventon and •
damage limitaton;
return sites to their original state •
when the actvity is over.
Member States are obliged to monitor
these installatons to ensure
compliance and there is a regular
exchange of informaton on best
available monitoring techniques
between the Commission, the
Member States and the industries
concerned.
Bathing Water Directve
The 2006 Bathing Water Directve
replaces the former 1976 Bathing
Water Directve. It applies to surface
waters that can be used for bathing
except for swimming pools and spa
pools, confined waters subject to
treatment or used for therapeutc
purposes and confined waters
artficially separated from surface
water and groundwater. The Directve
aims to provide up to date informaton
to citzens about the quality of bathing
water, as well as ensuring this quality.
As such it requires regular (at least
four tmes a season) monitoring of the
levels of intestnal enterococci and
escherichia coli in bathing waters. The
Directve requires that by the 2015
season all bathing water should be of
a “sufficient” standard.
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SUMMARY LIST OF NON-COMPLIANCE
It is the responsibility of the
government of each European Union
member state to conduct ongoing
tests to ascertain water quality. Such
tests allow member states to
demonstrate their compliance with EU
law and apply to water released from
factories during industrial processes,
waste treatment processes or found in
standing waters such as lakes.
Despite the numerous advances that
have been made in recent years in
relaton to the quality of Europe’s
water infrastructure, there are many
areas of Europe which stll lag behind
in terms of adhering to acceptable
standards. While many might expect
the most significant problems in
respect of water infrastructure to exist
in newly-admited European Union
member states in Eastern Europe,
significant problems also exist in
longer-established member states.
Using data made publicly available by
the European Commission, it is
possible to see which areas of Europe
– including individual villages, towns,
cites and agglomeratons (individual
water treatment systems) – are not
compliant with European Union
legislaton in respect of water
standards.
This document does not claim to
provide an exhaustve and definitve
list of all areas of the European Union
that are not currently in compliance
with water treatment standards. The
status of individual agglomeratons
can change at any tme depending on
work completed by the local, regional
and natonal governments of
individual areas to bring their water
systems into compliance with the law.
When countries repeatedly prove
themselves to not be in compliance
with European Union legislaton, they
leave themselves open to the threat of
legal acton by the European
Commission. If the European
Commission is successful in
challenging the country’s non-
compliance in the European Court of
Justce, the court then has the power
to impose significant fines upon the
country in queston for its breach of
the law.
On 27th October 2011 a daily fine of
€1,248 was imposed on Luxembourg
for its failure to comply with water
legislaton in respect of four areas that
were not compliant with EU water law.
The decision to fine Luxembourg at
this rate follows a previous European
Court of Justce ruling imposing a daily
penalty of €62,000 on Belgium for the
failure of 114 areas to comply with the
Urban Waste Water Treatment
Directve.
If such a fine was applied to each EU
area, this would total €3,026,124 or
€1,104,535,260 per year.
24
Non-
compliance with environmental laws
in respect of the water sector not only
poses a significant risk in relaton to
public health, it also faces placing a
significant financial burden upon EU
member states.
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Country-by-country list of non-compliance
Romania
By far the most cases of non-
compliance with European Union
water legislaton were found in
Romania. Romania’s failings in this
respect are rooted in infrastructure
weaknesses. Industrial polluton is also
a consequence of outdated
infrastructure, weak enforcement of
regulatons and the absence of
economic incentves to promote
cleaner producton. In turn,
infrastructure weaknesses are rooted
in the limited availability of finances
for upgrading and modernisaton.
Given that Romania joined the
European Union in 2007, the country
has untl the end of 2018 to bring their
water infrastructure, treatment and
testng systems up to acceptable
standards or face sanctons.
Areas that are at present judged to not
have infrastructure that complies with
European Union laws in respect of the
water sector include the capital city
Bucharest (1,931,000 populaton) and
the second and third cites Cluj-
Napoca (309,136) and Timișoara
(303,708).
Bulgaria
Given that Bulgaria joined the
European Union in 2007, the country
has untl the end of 2018 to bring their
water infrastructure, treatment and
testng systems up to acceptable
standards or face sanctons.
The many areas in Bulgaria that do not
conform to European Union
environmental standards in respect of
water treatment include the parts of
the capital city Sofia (1,300,000
residents) as well as the country’s
second city Plovdiv (338,153).
Bulgaria has made significant efforts in
recent years to increase the number of
tourists who visit the country –
partcularly in coastal areas. It will be
of partcular concern to the country,
therefore, that coastal areas such as
the region in close proximity to the city
of Varna on the Black Coast also
feature amongst those areas whose
infrastructure does not meet
acceptable European Union standards.
Spain
Spain has been a member of the
European Union since 1986 and,
during this tme, has been amongst
the largest recipients of EU funding for
infrastructure projects. Despite the
long-term investments that have been
made in the country’s water
infrastructure, a number of cases
contnue to exist of areas that are not
compliant with EU legislaton in
respect of water treatment. This
problem is partcularly acute in the
Andalucia, Galicia, Extremadura and
Castlla – La Mancha regions.
On 16th June 2011, the European
Commission referred Spain to the
European Court of Justce for
breaching the Urban Wastewater
Treatment Directve. Although Spain
has made progress since the original
1998 deadline, the Commission’s view
is that overall compliance remains
poor. At least 39 towns (with more
than 10,000 residents) contnue to
discharge urban waste water into
environmentally sensitve or
potentally sensitve areas without
appropriate treatment. Spain had
already been referred to the Court of
Justce on 5th May 2010 for failing to
introduce sufficient urban waste water
measures in 38 other towns (with
more than 15,000 residents). It also
received a final writen warning for
failing to implement adequate
measures in the Valencia region. The
European Commission first indicated
that it planned to pursue legal acton
against Spain over the Urban
Wastewater Directve in November
2008.
On 16th June 2011, the European
Commission urged Spain to comply
with the Drinking Water Directve,
partcularly with a view to improving
the quality of drinking water in
Alicante. The Commission was
concerned that local residents
suffered from water not considered to
be fit for human consumpton. Despite
acknowledgement by the Spanish
government of the poor quality of the
drinking water, the Commission
expressed its concern that no
“tangible” acton had been taken to
address the problem.
Hungary
Hungary joined the European Union in
2004 and, to date, a total of 631 areas
of the country are stll not compliant
with water-related legislaton.
In March 2012, the European Council
voted to suspend €495.2 million in
scheduled funding for Hungary under
the Cohesion Fund due to the country
running an excessive deficit that was
beyond that permited by European
Union rules. This was the first tme
that the clause enabling the
suspension of funding had been
invoked since the Cohesion Fund was
established in 1994. Funding was
reinstated later that year following the
Hungarian Government’s decision to
adopt measures designed to bring the
country’s deficit back in line with EU
standards. During this period,
however, funding for cohesion-related
projects was stalled.
Of 876 natural and 150 artficial water
bodies identfied in Hungary, 579
freshwater surface bodies have been
classified as being “at risk” from
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Calculaton: (€1,248 / 4 = €416) + (€62,000 / 114 = €543) / 2 = €479.5 x 6,311 = 3,026,124.5 per day
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organic, nutrient or priority hazardous
substances according to EU Water
Framework Directve definitons.
Slovakia
A European Union member since
2004, there are a total of 356 areas in
Slovakia that are currently not
compliant with EU water legislaton.
Included in this number are the capital
city region of Bratslava (populaton of
450,000) and fifh largest city Nitra
(84,800).
Specifically, in June 2010, the
European Commission issued a formal
notce to Slovakia for its failure to fully
and correctly transpose the Drinking
Water Directve into natonal law.
Italy
Italy is a founder member of the
European Union and, as such, one
might have expected its domestc
infrastructure and processes to be
sufficiently robust to be in accordance
with EU regulatons governing water
standards. Regretably, however,
there are 443 cases of non-compliance
with water-related legislaton that
contnue to persist.
On 22nd March 2012, the European
Commission warned Italy that it would
be referred to the European Court of
Justce for failure to comply with the
Water Framework Directve. Italy has
failed to implement a number of
provisions correctly, including “the
need to put in place a number of
measures to achieve the ‘good status’
objectves set for river basins before
the agreed deadline and the
requirement to keep an updated
register of protected areas.” The
Commission was also concerned about
the transpositon of Annex II of the
Directve, which covers the
characterisaton of surface and ground
waters. It also pointed out that Annex
V, concerning monitoring of the status
of surface and ground waters, also
lacked certain aspects, including “the
requirements to monitor the discharge
of extra water into groundwater
bodies and to provide maps with the
characteristcs specified in the
Directve to describe the chemical
levels and amounts of water per
groundwater body.”
On 19th May 2011, Italy was warned
that it would be taken to the European
Court of Justce if it did not comply
with the requirements of the Urban
Waste Water Directve. The
Commission was concerned that 143
Italian towns (with more than 10,000
residents) were not connected to a
suitable sewage system.
In a separate, earlier case concerning
the Urban Waste Water Directve, Italy
received a second and final writen
warning on 19th February 2009 from
the European Commission for not
complying with the Urban Waste
Water Directve. The Commission had
found that 229 towns and cites (with
more than 15,000 residents) which
were not treatng waste water to EU
standards. The first warning leter had
been sent in July 2004. In May 2010,
the Commission announced that, as
178 Italian towns stll did not meet the
required standards, the case was being
referred to the European Court of
Justce.
Portugal
Portugal has been a member of the
European Union since 1986 and,
during this tme, has benefited
tremendously from financial
assistance provided to it for the
upgrading and improvement of its
infrastructure. Significant challenges
remain, however. At present there are
a total of 201 areas of the country that
do not comply with EU water
legislaton.
In May 2009 the Commission decided
to refer Portugal to the Court of Justce
for its failure to ensure compliance
with its more stringent treatment
obligatons for sensitve areas, under
the Urban Waste Water Directve. The
Court of Justce gave its judgment
against Portugal on 7th May 2009 in
case C-530/07 for its failure to ensure
compliance with these requirements
for a number of agglomeratons.
Belgium
Despite being a founder member of
the European Union and the home of
the organisaton’s insttutons, Belgium
stll lags behind many other parts of
Europe in correctly implementng
European Union legislaton. Indeed,
the city of Brussels itself is judged not
to be in compliance with EU water
legislaton.
On 26th January 2012, the European
Commission issued Belgium with a
warning about its failure to transpose
EU water legislaton into natonal law.
The Commission highlighted that
Directve 2009/90/EC on technical
specificatons for chemical analysis
and monitoring of water status should
have been in place by 1st August 2011.
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On 6th April 2011, the European
Commissioned warned the
government of Belgium that the
country was not compliant with EU
laws relatng to the treatment of waste
water. The Commission concluded that
"the lack of sufficient collecton and
treatment systems that should have
been in place since 2005 poses risks to
human health and to the marine
environment". According to the EU's
Urban Wastewater Treatment
Directve, all towns with a populaton
of 2,000 to 10,000 residents were
mandated to have adequate sewage
treatment processes in place by 2005.
67 towns in the regions of Flanders
and Waloonia did not have such
processes in place.
On 27th January 2011, the European
Commission requested that the
government of Belgium comply with
the terms of the Priority Substances
Directve in respect of environmental
quality standards for surface water. EU
governments had a deadline of July
2010 to bring their natonal legislaton
in line with legislaton to limit water
emissions containing "certain
substances and groups of substances
that are known to pose a substantal
risk to the aquatc environment."
Cyprus
One of the more recent additons to
the European Union, Cyprus joined the
European Union in 2004.
On the 3rd May 2012, it was reported
that the head of the European
Parliament’s Commitee on the
Environment, Cristna Guterrez-
Cortnes, expressed satsfacton over
Cyprus’ response to a series of issues
concerning the implementaton of EU
law, including on water. Guterrez-
Cortnes noted that the Cypriot
Government is making an enormous
effort to implement EU directves on
water, waste and climate change.
Given the concerned flagged by
Guterrez-Cortnes, it is unsurprising to
note that the country has a total of 57
locatons that are considered to not be
in compliance with European Union
environmental legislaton in respect of
the water sector.
In the European Environment Country
Profile 2010, the environmental
infrastructure in Cyprus was classed as
underdeveloped, especially in relaton
to urban waste water treatment. On
the 28th October 2010, the European
Commission urged seven Member
States to comply with EU water
legislaton and submit their plans for
managing Europe's river basins; one of
these Member States was Cyprus. The
river basin management plans should
have been adopted by 22nd December
2009. As a result, the Commission is
now sending the seven States,
including Cyprus, a leter urging them
to comply.
Greece
While media coverage of the
challenges facing Greece has in recent
tmes tended to focus upon economic
challenges, the country also faces
partcular problems in relaton to its
compliance with water-related
legislaton. A total of 22 areas are
failing in this respect.
On 31st May 2012, the European
Commission formally asked Greece to
improve its treatment of waste water,
alleging that “twelve areas in Greece
fail to treat their urban waste water to
sufficient standards” as mandated in
the Urban Waste Water Directve.
According to the Commission, a 2009
report submited by the Greek
authorites showed that urban waste
water in Prosotsani, Doxato,
Elefheroupoli and Vagia was not
subject to the secondary treatment
required by the Directve, and that in
eight other agglomeratons the
discharges from the respectve waste
water facilites did not satsfy
requirements. While the Commission
acknowledged that “the Greek
authorites recognise the existence of
a problem in both cases and are trying
to address it,” they noted that the
necessary measures had stll not been
taken.
On 27th October 2011, the European
Commission sent a communicaton to
Greece requestng that the country
fully implement the Nitrates Directve,
which has been in force since 1991.
According to the Commission, both
countries have yet to designate all the
zones which are vulnerable to nitrates
polluton and adopt measures to
effectvely combat nitrates polluton in
these zones. The Commission said: “An
examinaton of Greek law revealed
that seven of the Acton Plans,
adopted in Greece in 2001 and 2006,
have shortcomings and are not being
correctly implemented on the ground.
Legal proceedings began last year, and
while some progress has been made,
the Commission is not satsfied with
the pace of change, and a reasoned
opinion is therefore being sent.” This
acton followed a leter of formal
notce in March 2010.
On 6th April 2011, the European
Commission announced that it was
taking Greece, along with three other
Member States, to the EU Court of
Justce over its failure to comply with
the EU Water Directve and submit
plans for managing its river basins –
plans that should have been adopted
by 22nd December 2009. The
Commission noted that Greece had
not yet started public consultatons
and that it would only publish its plans
by March 2012. This followed a
reasoned opinion from the
Commission on the mater in October
2010.
On 16th February 2011, the European
Commission urged Greece to take
acton to comply with a European
Court of Justce ruling to ensure
proper urban waste water treatment
in nine towns and cites. In a case
brought by the Commission, Case C-
440/06 Commission v Greece, the
European Court of Justce ruled in
October 2007 that Greece was in
breach of the Urban Wastewater
Treatment Directve as 23
agglomeratons (towns and cites)
across the country did not have the
necessary collecton and treatment
systems. The Commission said that
since the judgment and a subsequent
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Leter of Formal Notce sent on 1
December 2008, 14 of these areas had
conformed to the legislaton, but the
other nine were stll in breach of the
rules. The Commission added that
“the lack of treatment poses a risk for
the health of residents and marine
environment. Proper waste water
treatment is recognised as an
important factor in ensuring a thriving
tourist industry, a key sector for the
Greek economy.”
On 27th January 2011, the European
Commission announced that is was
referring Greece to the European
Court of Justce for its failure to
protect Lake Koroneia, “an
internatonally important wetland in
the region of Thessaloniki”. The
Commission said that Greece was
failing to meet its obligatons regarding
the lake under several key directves –
the Habitats and Birds Directves, the
Urban Waste Water Treatment
directve, and discharges into water of
dangerous substances. The
Commission explained that “the lake
has been seriously affected by
polluton and illegal water extracton,
with serious consequences for local
fauna and flora. Although a
comprehensive plan is in place to
rehabilitate the lake, with many
actons partly financed by EU funds,
progress has been slow.”
Luxembourg
On 26th January 2012, the European
Commissioned called on Luxembourg
to comply with the Water Framework
Directve. The complaint was that
Luxembourg had not informed the
Commission on technical
specificatons for chemical analysis
and monitoring of water status, which
should have been in place by August
2011. Four individual areas of
Luxembourg have been found to not
be compliant with EU legislaton with
regards to water.
On 27th October 2011, Luxembourg
was referred back to the European
Court of Justce for failing to comply
with the Urban Wastewater Treatment
Directve. The Court had previously
ruled in November 2006 that
Luxembourg had not met its obligaton
to treat and dispose urban waste
water adequately. Five years on, the
Commission found that four towns stll
do not comply and, at the request of
Environment Commissioner, Janez
Potočnik, the Commission requested
that the Court of Justce impose fines
and suggested a lump sum of €11,340
and a daily penalty payment of €1,248
untl Luxembourg fully meets its
obligatons.
On 24th November 2010, Luxembourg
was implement a ruling by the
European Court of Justce and comply
with measures contained in the
Nitrates Directve. The Court had ruled
in June 2010 that Luxembourg had
failed to adopt acton plans for zones
vulnerable to nitrate polluton.
On 24th June 2010, Luxembourg was
referred by the European Commission
to the European Court of Justce for
failing to comply with the
Groundwater and Drinking Water
Directves. Specifically Luxembourg
had failed to implement measures on
the protecton of groundwater against
polluton and deterioraton, as well as
the incomplete and incorrect
implementaton of drinking water
quality measures.
1 Romania 2,476 cases of non-compliance
2 Bulgaria 901 cases of non-compliance
3 Spain 1148 cases of non-compliance
4 Hungary 631 cases of non-compliance
5 Slovakia 356 cases of non-compliance
6 Italy 443 cases of non-compliance
7 Portugal 201 cases of non-compliance
8 Belgium 72 cases of non-compliance
9 Cyprus 57 cases of non-compliance
10 Greece 22 cases of non-compliance
11 Luxembourg 4 cases of non-compliance
TOTAL 6,311 cases of non-compliance
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Areas of
non-complaince:
Flanders
Melsbroek
Sant-Lievens-Houte-
Bavegem
Bazel
Berendrecht
Waloon Region
Amay
Andelues
Aywaille
Baelen
Bassenge
Bastogne-Rhin
Beauvechain
Besecles-
Quevaucamps
Blegny
Braine-le-Chateau
Casteau
Charleroi-Ouest
(Marchiennes-au-Pont)
Chastre
Chaumont-Gistoux
Chievre
Crisnee
Dalhem
Dinant
Ecaussinnes
Estnnes
Feluy-Arquennes
Fexhe-Slins
Floreffe
Fosses-La-Ville
Gaurain-Ramecroix
Godarville
Goffontaine
Grandglise
Grez-Doiceau
Ham-Sur-Heure
Hannut
Havre
Helecine
Herve
Jodigne
Jurbise
Lasne
Leuze
Leuze-En-Hainaut
Libramont
Liege Oupeye
Liege Sclessin
Lillois-Witerzee
Lle Roeulx
Obourg
Oreye
Orp
Profendville
Quievrain
Raeren
Rotheux-Neuville
Roux-Canal
Saint-Georges-Sur-
Meuse
Saint-Hubert
Sart-Dames-Avelines
Sirault
Soiron
Sombreffe
Sprimont
Taintgnies
Thuin
Villers-La-Ville
Villers-Le-Bouillet
Virginal-Hennuyeres
Walcourt
Welkenraedt
Wepion
Yvoir-Anhee
Bruxelles Capital
Region (entre)
DETAILED LIST OF NON-COMPLIANCE
Belgium
Currently compliant
Austria
Areas of
noncomplaince:
Ablanica
Aheloy
Ahtopol
Aksakovo
Albena
Aldomirovtsi
Aleko Konstantnovo
Aleksandrovo
Alfatar
Anevo
Anton
Antonovo
Apriltsi
Archar
Ardino
Asenovgrad
Ata
Avren
Aydemir
Aytos
Babiak
Babino
Babinska reka
Bachevo
Balanovo
Balchik
Baldevo
Balgarovo
Balgarski izvor
Banevo
Banevo-Vetren-
Mineralni bani
(Burgas)
Bania
Banichan
Banite
Bankya
Bansko
Banya
Barakovo
Barutn
Batak
Batanovtsi
Beden
Bel kamen
Belashtca
Belasica
Belene
Beli Iskar
Beli Osam
Belica
Belimel
Belitsa
Belo pole
Belogradchik
Belogradets
Beloslav
Belovets
Belovo
Belozem
Benkovski
Berkovitsa
Beslen
Bezmer
Biaga
Bulgaria
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cont...
Bial izvor
Biala reka
Bisertsi
Bistrica
Bistritsa
Blagoevgrad
Blatska
Blazhievo
Boboshevo
Bobov dol
Bogolin
Bogomilovo
Boliarovo
Bolyartsi
Borima
Borino
Borinovo
Borov dol
Borovan
Borovetz
Borovo
Botevgrad
Boychinovtsi
Bozhenitsa
Bozhurishte
Branichevo
Branipole
Brashlyan
Bratanitsa
Bratsigovo
Bregovo
Brenitsa
Brest
Brestik
Brestovene
Brestovitsa
Breze
Brezhani
Breznik
Breznitsa
Brezovo
Briagovo
Briast
Brod
Buhovo
Bujnovo
Bukova poliana
Bukovlak
Bukovo
Buncevo
Burgas
Busmantsi
Butan
Buzovgrad
Byala
Byala cherkva
Byala reka
Byala Slatna
Byta
Chakalarovo
Chala
Chalakovi
Chargan
Chavdar
Chelopech
Chepelare
Chepintsi
Cherganovo
Cherna gora
Chernevo
Cherni Osam
Cherniche
Chernichevo
Chernik
Cherno more
Chernogorovo
Chernomorets
Chernoochene
Chernyovo
Cherven
Cherven breg
Cherven bryag
Cheshnegirovo
Chiflik
Chiprovtsi
Chirpan
Chorbadzhiysko
Chuprene
Churekovo
Dagonovo
Dalbok Dol
Dalgo pole
Dalgopol
Damianica
Davidkovo
Debelets
Debelt
Debnevo
Debren
Delchevo
Delian
Dermantsi
Devin
Devnya
Dijuni
Dimitrovgrad
Dimovo
Divotno
Dobrich
Dobrich
Dobrinishte
Dobrodan
Dobyrsko
Doganovo
Dolen
Dolna Banya
Dolna Gradeshnica
Dolna Mitropoliya
Dolna Oriahovica
Dolna Sekirna
Dolni chiflik
Dolni Dabnik
Dolni Lukovit
Dolno Botevo
Dolno cherkovishte
Dolno Draglishte
Dolno Drianovo
Dolno lukovo
Dorkovo
Dospat
Drabishna
Draganovo
Dragichevo
Draginovo
Dragojnovo
Dragoman
Dragushinovo
Drakata
Drandar
Drangovo
Dryanovo
Dulovo
Dunavci
Dunavtsi
Dupnitsa
Dushanci
Dve mogili
Dyankovo
Dybene
Dybnica
Dybravite
Dylbok izvor
Dzhebel
Dzherman
Dzhigurovo
Dzhulyunitsa
Egrek
Elena
Elenite
Elenovo
Eleshnica
Elhovec
Elhovo
Elin Pelin
Elshica
Enina
Erma reka
Etropole
Evksinograd
Ezerche
Ezerovo
Filipovo
Fotnovo
Fotnovo
Fyrgovo
G. Oryahovitsa-
Lyaskovec
Gabarevo
Gabra
Gabrene
Gabrovo
Gajtaninovo
Galabovo
Galata
Galiche
Galishte
gara Elin Pelin
General Todorov
General Toshevo
Georgi Dobrevo
German
Getsovo
Gigen
Giovren
Glavan
Glavinitsa
Gledka
Glodzhevo
Glogovo
Glozhene
Gluhar
Godech
Godeshevo
Godlevo
Goliam devisil
Goliam izvor
Goliam Vyrbovnik
Goliama chinka
Goliamo kameniane
Goliamo Vranovo
Golobradovo
Golyama Zhelyazna
Golyamo Asenovo
Golyanovtsi
Gorna Breznica
Gorna Kovachitsa
Gorna Koznica
Gorna kula
Gorna Malina
Gorna Mitropoliya
Gorni Dabnik
Gorno Cherkovishte
Gorno Draglishte
Gorno Drianovo
Gorno ezerovo
(Burgas)
Gorno Kraishte
Gorno Ozirovo
Gorno Sahrane
Gorski izvor
Gospodinci
Gostlitsa
Gostun
Gotse Delchev
Govedartsi
Gradeshnitsa
Gradets
Gradina
Graf Ignatevo
Gramada
Gramade
Gramatkovo
Grohotno
Grozdyovo
Gruevo
Gugutka
Gulijka
Gulyantsi
Gurkovo
Gyrmen
Hadzhidimitrovo
Hadzhidimovo
Han Krum
Harlets
Harmanli
Haskovo
Bulgaria
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Hayredin
Hisarya
Hrishteni
Hristo Danovo
Huhla
Hvojna
Hvostane
Iazovir Batak
Ignatevo
Ihtman
Ilinden
Ilindenci
Iskra
Iskrets
Isperih
Isperihovo
Iurukovo
Ivaylo
Ivaylovgrad
k.k Borovetz - Yaitzeto
k.k.Borovetz - Olimp
k.k.Kamchiya
k.k.Slanchev den
k.k.Sv.Konstantn i
Elena-grand hotel
Varna
Kabile
Kableshkovo
Kalchevo
Kalekovets
Kaleytsa
Kalipetrovo
Kalofer
Kaloyanovo
Kamburovo
Kamen
Kamenar
Kameno
Kandilka
Kaolinovo
Kapitan Dimitrievo
Karadzhalovo
Karageorgievo
Karapoltsi
Karavelovo
Kardzhali
Karlovo
Karnobat
Kasnakovo
Kaspichan
Katunci
Katunitsa
Kavarna
Kazanlak
Kazichene
Kermen
Kesarevo
Kesten
Kilifarevo
Kipra
Kirkovo
Kiten
Kliment
Klisura
Kliuch
Knezha
Kochan
Kocherinovo
Kokalyane
Kolarovo
Komuniga
Konarsko
Konstantn
Konush
Konyovets
Koprinka
Koprivlen
Koprivshttsa
Kornica
Korten
Kosharevo
Kostandovo
Kostenets
Kostenets
Kostnbrod
Kotel
Kovachevica
Kovachevo
Kovachevtsi
Koynare
Kozhari
Kozloduy
Kraishte
Krajni dol
Kralev dol
Kran
Kranevo
Kraynitsi
Kremen
Kremikovtzi-Seslavtsi
(Sofia)
Krepost
Kresna
Kribul
Krichim
Krivodol
Krum
Krumovgrad
Krumovo
Krupnik
Krushare
Krushari
Krushevo
Krushovitsa
Krushovitsa
Kubrat
Kuklen
Kukorevo
Kula
Kulata
Kurtovo konare
kv.Asparuhovo - Varna
kv.Tchaika - Varna
Kynchevo
Kyrnalovo
Kysak
Kyustendil
Laki
Lehchevo
Leshten
Letnitsa
Levski
Levski
Liaskovec
Liaskovo
Litakovo
Liubcha
Lom
Lomets
Lovech
Lozen
Lozenets
Loznitsa
Lukovit
Lyki
Lyubimets
Lyulyakovo
Lyzhnica
Madan
Madrevo
Maglizh
Malevo
Malko Tarnovo
Malo Konare
Malorad
Malyk devisil
Malyk izvor
Mandrica
Manole
Manolovo
Marchevo
Marikostnovo
Marinka
Markovo
Marten
Martnovo
Maysko
Meden rudnik (Burgas)
Medeni poliani
Medkovets
Medovets
Melnik
Menenkiovo
Merichleri
Mesta
Mezdra
Mihalkovo
Mihnevo
Mikrevo
Milkovitsa
Mirkovo
Mirovo
Mishevsko
Mitovska
Mitrovtsi
Mizia
Mlechino
Mokrishte
Momchilgrad
Momchilovci
Momina Klisura
Montana
Mramor
Muhovo
Muldava
Mursalevo
Musachevo
Musomishta
Mydrec
Myglishta
Narechenski bani
Nedelino
Nesebar-Ravda-
Slanchev bryag
Nikolaevo
Nikolovo
Nikopol
Noevci
Nova Cherna
Nova Lovcha
Nova Mahala
Nova Zagora
Novachene
Novi han
Novi Iskyr
Novi pazar
Novo Delchevo
Novo Leski
Novo selo
Novo Sokolino
Obidim
Obitel
Obnova
Oborishte
Obruchishte
Obzor
Ognianovo
Ognyanovo
Omurtag
Opaka
Orehovo
Oresh
Oreshak
Oreshe
Orizovo
Orlyak
Oryahovo
Osenovo
Osetenovo
Osikovo
Osina
Osmar
Ostrica
Ostrov
Ostrovo
Ovcha mogila
Ovcharci
Ovoshtnik
Padala
Padesh
Padina
Palatnik
Palatovo
Pamporovo
Pamukchii
Panagiurski kolonii
Bulgaria
cont...
PAGE 33
Panagyurishte
Pancharevo
Panicherovo
Panichishte
Paril
Parvenets
Parvomay
Parvomay
Parvomaytsi
Pastra
Patriarh Evtmovo
Pavel banya
Pavelsko
Pavlikeni
Pazardzhik
Pchelarovo
Pchelin
Pchelnik
Pernik
Perushttsa
Peshtera
Petarch
Petko Slaveykov
Petrelik
Petrich
Petrovo
Piperevo
Pirdop
Pirgovo
Plachkovtsi
Planinitsa
Pletena
Pleven
Plevun
Pliska
Ploski
Plovdiv
Pobit kamyk
Pokrovan
Pokrovnik
Polena
Polenica
Poleto
Polikraishte
Polski Trambesh
Polsko Kosovo
Pomorie
Popintsi
Popitsa
Popovec
Popovo
Popsko
Pordim
Porominovo
Pravets
Pravoslaven
Primorsko
Pripek
Pristoe
Prodanovtsi
Progled
Progres
Provadia
quarter "Dolno
Ezerovo"Burgas city
Rabisha
Radievo
Radilovo
Radnevo
Radomir
Rakitovo
Rakovski
Rani list
Ravadinovo
Ravnishta
Ravno pole
Ravnogor
Razgrad
Razlog
Rechica (Sliven)
Resen
Resilovo
Rezbarci
Ribnovo
Rila
Rilci
Rilski manastr
Rogosh
Rogozche
Roman
Rousalka
Roza
Rozino
Rozovo
Rudnik
Rudozem
Ruen
Rupcha
Rupite
Ruse
Ryahovo
Ryzhena
Sadovets
Sadovo
Saedinenie
Saedinenie
Samokov
Samoranovo
Samovodene
Samuil
Samuilovo
Sandanski
Sapareva banya
Saparevo
Sarafovo (Burgas)
Sarnitsa
Satovcha
Sborishte
Selanovtsi
Selcha
Semchinovo
Septemvri
Sestrimo
Sevar
Sevlievo
Shabla
Shatrovo
Sheynovo
Shipka
Shipkovo
Shivachevo
Shtraklevo
Shumen
Silen
Silistra
Simeonovgrad
Simitli
Sinemorets
Sinitovo
Sitovo
Sklave
Skobelevo
Skravena
Skrebatno
Skryt
Skutare
Slashten
Slatno
Slaveevo
Slavyanovo
Slivarka
Sliven
Slivnica
Slivnitsa
Slivo pole
Slokoshtca
Smilian
Smirnenski
Smolevo
Smolyan
Smyadovo
Sofia
Sopot
Sotria
Sozopol
Spanchevtsi
Srebarna
Sredets
Srednogorci
Stalevo
Stamboliyski
Stambolovo
Stara Zagora
Staro Oryahovo
Staro selo
Startsevo
Stavertsi
Stefan Karadzhovo
Stevrek
Stob
Stolnik
Stomanovo
Straldzha
Strandzhevo
Stransko
Strazhets
Strazhitsa
Strelcha
Stroevo
Strumiani
Stryama
Studena
Suhindol
Sungurlare
Sushitsa
Suvorovo
Sveta Petka
Svet Vlas
Svetoslav
Svetovrachene
Svilengrad
Svirachi
Svishtov
Svoge
Tankovo
Targovishte
Tarnava
Tenevo
Teplen
Tervel
Terziysko
Teshovo
Teteven
Tetovo
Ticha
Timarevo
Todor Ikonomovo
Tokachka
Topolchane
Topoli
Topolnica
Topolovgrad
Topolovo
Tran
Tranak
Trastenik
Trigrad
Troitsa
Troyan
Trud
Trudovets
Tryavna
Tsalapitsa
Tsar Kaloyan
Tsaratsovo
Tsareva livada
Tsareva poliana
Tsarevo
Tsenovo
Tsonevo
Tsryncha
Tuhovishta
Tutrakan
Tvarditsa
Tynkovo
Tyrnicheni
Tyzha
Ugarchin
Ustna
Ustren
Uzundzhovo
vacaton village Priboy
Vakarel
Vaklinovo
Vaksevo
Valnari
Bulgaria
cont...
PAGE 34
Varna
Varshets
Varvara
Vasil Levski
Vedrare
Veliki Preslav
Veliko Tarnovo
Velingrad
Verinsko
Veselinovo
Vetovo
Vetren
Vetrino
Viden
Vidin
Vievo
Vinica
Vladaia
Vladimirovtsi
Voden
Vodenci
Vojniagovo
Vojvodenec
Vojvodinovo
Voluiak
Voneshta voda
Vrabevo
Vrachesh
Vratsa
Vylche pole
Vylchedrym
Vylchi dol
Vylkosel
Vylkovo
Vyrbica
Vyrbica
Vyrbina
Yablanitsa
Yablanovo
Yabylkovo
Yagoda
Yagodina
Yagodovo
Yahinovo
Yakimovo
Yakoruda
Yambol
Yasen
Yasenkovo
Yasenovets
Yoakim Gruevo
Zabyrdo
Zarnevo
Zavet
Zdravec
Zelendol
Zemen
Zheglartsi
Zhelezino
Zhelezna
Zheleznica
Zheliu vojvoda
Zheravna
Zhrebovo
Zhylt briag
Zhyltusha
Zimnitsa
Zimovina
Zlataritsa
Zlattsa
Zlatni piasaci
Zlato pole
Zlatograd
Zmeica
Zvanichevo
Zvedets
Zverino
Bulgaria
cont...
Areas of
non-complaince:
Achna
Agia Phyla
Agios Tychonas
Agros
Akaki
Aradippou
Astromerits
Athienou
Avgorou
Ayia Napa
Chlorakas
Derynia
Dhali
Dromolaxia
Emba
Episkopi
Kakopetria
Kissonerga
Kit
Kokkinotremithia
Kolossi
Kyperounda
Larnaca
Limassol
Liopetri
Livadhia
Lympia
Lythrodontas
Meneou
Moutagiaka
Nicosia
Ormideia
Paliometocho
Pano Polemedia
Paphos
Paralimni
Parekklisia
Pegeia
Pelendri
Pera Chorio Nisou
Peristerona
Pervolia
Phrenaros
Pissouri
Platres
Polis Chrysochous
Pyla
Pyrgos
Sotra
Tala
Trachoni
Tseri
Voroklini
Xylofagou
Xylotymvou
Yeri
Ypsonas
Cyprus
Czech Republic Currently compliant
Denmark Currently compliant
Estonia Currently compliant
Finland Currently compliant
France Currently compliant
Germany Currently compliant
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Areas of
non-complaince:
Artemida
Chaniots
Desfina
Doxato
Edesssa
Elefheroupoli
Erithres
Galatsta
Koropi
Kranidi
Kria Vrisi
Lefkimi
Litochoro
Livadi Serifou
Markopoulo
Megara
Nea Makri
Polichono
Prosotsani
Rafina
Vagia
Vilia
Greece
Areas of
non-complaince:
Aba
Abádszalók
Abaújvár
Abod
Abony
Ács
Adács
Adony
Aggtelek
Ajak
Ajka
Alatyán
Albertrsa
Algyő
Almasfüzitő
Alsóberecki
Alsómocsolád
Alsónémedi
Alsóvadász
Apostag
Ásothalom
Aszód
Bábolna
Bácsalmás
Baja
Bajánsenye
Bakonybél
Bakonycsernye
Bakonyszentlászló
Bakonyszombathely
Baktalórántháza
Balajt
Balassagyarmat
Balástya
Balatonfőkajár
Balatonfüred
Balatonfűzfő
Balatonlelle
Balkány
Balmazújváros
Bana
Bánk
Baracska
Barcs
Bátaszék
Bátonyterenye
Bátor
Batonya
Bázakeretye
Béb
Békés
Békéscsaba
Békésszentandrás
Bélapátalva
Berekfürdő
Beremend
Beretyóújfalu
Berhida
Bezenye
Biatorbágy
Bicske
Biharkeresztes
Bőcs
Bodajk
Bogács
Bögöte
Böhönye
Bokod
Boldog
Boldva
Bóly
Bonyhád
Bonyhádvarasd
Borsodbota
Borsodnádasd
Borzavar
Budajenő
Budakeszi
Budapest
Bugyi
Bük
Bükkszék
Cece
Cegléd
Ceglédbercel
Celldömölk
Chernelházadamonya
Cibakháza
Csabrendek
Csákvár
Csemő
Csenger
Csengersima
Csengőd
Csepreg
Cserháthalap
Cserkeszőlő
Csolnok
Csömör
Csongrád
Csorna
Csorvás
Csurgó
Dabas
Dad
Dág
Dány
Debrecen
Decs
Dejtár
Demecser
Derecske
Dévaványa
Devecser
Domaháza
Dombóvár
Dombrád
Dorog
Dubicsany
Dudar
Dunaalmas
Dunaharaszt
Dunakeszi
Dunaszekcso
Dunaujvaros
Dunavarsany
Ecs
Edeleny
Eger
Egercsehi
Egyek
Egyhazasradoc
Elek
Emod
Encs
Enying
Epleny
Epol
Ercsi
Erd
Ersekvadkert
Esztergom
Etyek
Fajsz
Fegyvernek
Fehergyarmat
Fehervarcsurgo
Felsocsatar
Felso-Keked
Fertoendred
Fertőrákos
Foldes
Forro
Fulopszallas
Fuzesabony
Fuzesgyarmat
Galgaguta
Gara
Garab
Gardony
Gavavencsello
Gellenhaza
Gelse
Gelsesziget
Gersekarat
Godollo
Gomorszolos
Gonc
Gorbehaza
Gorcsony
Gutorfolde
Gyermely
Gyomaendrod
Gyomro
Gyongyos
Gyongyosoroszi -
Karolytaro
Gyongyospata
Gyongyostarjan
Gyonk
Gyor
Gyula
Hahot
Hajduboszormeny
Hajduhadhaz
Hajdunanas
Hajdusamson
Hajduszoboszlo
Hajos
Halimba
Halmaj
Harkany
Harskut
Harta
Hatvan
Hedervar
Hegyeshalom
Hegyhatszentjakab
Hegymeg
Herceghalom
Hered
Hereg
Herend
Hetes
Heves
Himeshaza
Hodmezovasarhely
Hogyesz
Horpacs
Hort
Hortobagy
Hosszuheteny
Hosszupalyi
Hungary
PAGE 36
Hunyadfalva
Ibrany
Igal
Imola
Isaszeg
Ispank
Ivanc
Ivancsa
Izsak
Jak
Janoshalma
Janoshaza
Janossomorja
Jaszapat
Jaszarokszallas
Jaszbereny
Jaszfenyszaru
Jaszszentlaszlo
Juta
Kaba
Kacorlak
Kallosemjen
Kalocsa
Kam
Kaposszekcso
Kaposvar
Kapuvar
Karancslapujto
Karcag
Kaszaper
Kazincbarcika
Kecel
Kecskemet
Kehidakustany
Keked
Kékkút
Kelemer
Kemecse
Kemenesszentmarton
Kemenesszentpeter
Kenderes
Kenezlo
Kenyeri
Kerecsend
Keszthely
Ketegyhaza
Kethely
Ketpo-
Szennyvizelvezetesi
Kincsesbanya
Kirald
Kiralyszentstvan
Kisbarkany
Kisber
Kisdorog
Kiskore
Kiskoros
Kiskunfelegyhaza
Kiskunhalas
Kiskunlachaza
Kiskunmajsa
Kistelek
Kisujszallas
Kisvarda
Kisvejke
Klarafalva
Kocs
Kocsord
Kolcse
Komadi
Komarom
Komlo
Kondoros
Kormend
Korom
Korosladany
Korostarcsa
Kovacsvagas
Kozard
Kozmadombja
Kunagota
Kunmadaras
Kunszentmarton
Kunszentmiklos
Kunsziget
Kup
Labatlan
Ladbesenyo
Lajosmizse
Lak
Lakitelek
Leanyvar
Lengyel
Lent
Letavertes
Letenye
Levelek
Litke
Lokoshaza
Lőrinci (Selyp)
Lovaszi
Lovo
Lucfalva
Madocsa
Magocs
Magosliget
Magyarszombata
Maklar
Mako
Mandok
Marcali
Mariapocs
Markaz
Markhaza
Marko
Martely
Martu
Mateszalka
Matraszentmre
Maza
Mecseknadasd
Medgyesegyhaza
Megyaszo
Melykut
Mersevat
Mesterszallas
Mezobereny
Mezocsat
Mezohegyes
Mezohek
Mezokovacshaza
Mezokovesd
Mezoszilas
Mezotur
Mindszent
Miskolc
Miszla
Mocsa
Mogyorosbanya
Mohacs
Molnari
Monor
Monosbel
Mor
Morahalom
Mosonmagyarovar
Murakeresztur
Nadasd
Nadudvar
Nagyatad
Nagybarca
Nagybarkany
Nagycenk
Nagycserkesz
Nagyigmand
Nagykallo
Nagykanizsa
Nagykata
Nagykata regi
Nagykeresztur
Nagykoros
Nagyszenas
Nagyvazsony
Naszaly
Nemesgulacs
Nemesnadudvar
Nemesszalok
Nick
Nograd
Noszvaj
Notncs
Nova
Nyaregyhaza
Nyergesujfalu
Nyirabrany
Nyiracsad
Nyirad
Nyiradony
Nyirbator
Nyirbogdany
Nyiregyhaza
Nyirlugos
Nyirmada
Nyirtelek
Ocsa
Ocsanalos
Ocsod
Olasz
Opusztaszer
Orfu
Oriszentpeter
Orkeny
Oroshaza
Oroszlany
Osi
Osku
Ozd
Pacsa
Paka
Paks
Palhaza
Pali
Panyok
Papa
Paradsasvar
Paszto
Paty
Pecel
Pecs
Pecsvarad
Perbal
Peresznye
Petervasara
Peturdo
Petofibanya
Petrivente
Pilis
Pilisborosjeno
Piliscsaba
Pilisjaszfalu
Pilisszentkereszt
Pilisvorosvar
Polgar
Polgardi
Porcsalma
Pornoapat
Puspokhatvan
Puspokladany
Pusztacsalad
Pusztamerges
Pusztaszabolcs
Pusztavam
Pusztazamor
Putnok
Rabacsecseny
Racalmas
Rackeresztur
Rackeve
Radockolked
Rakamaz
Recsk
Redics
Repashuta
Repcelak
Retsag
Revfulop
Romhany
Roszke
Rozsaszentmarton
Rudolfelep
Ruzsa
Sajobabony
Sajogalgoc
Sajoszentpeter
Salgotarjan
Saly
Hungary
cont...
PAGE 37
Sarbogard
Sarisap
Sarkad
Sarkeresztes
Sarospatak
Sarvar
Sasd
Satoraljaujhely
Satorhely
Sellye
Siklos
Simontornya
Sioagard
Siofok
Sirok
Solt
Soltvadkert
Solymar
Somberek
Somogyszob
Sopron
Sormas
Soshartyan
Sumeg
Sur
Suto
Szabadbatyan
Szabadegyhaza
Szabadszallas
Szakald
Szakoly
Szakszend
Szalafo-Alsoszer
Szalafo-Csorgoszer
Szalafo-Felsoszer
Szalafő-Pityerszer
Szalafo-Templomszer
Szalka
Szamosszeg
Szany
Szapar
Szarvas
Szarvasko
Szazhalombata
Szecseny
Szedres
Szeged
Szeghalom
Szekesfehervar
Szekkutas
Szekszard
Szentendre
Szentes
Szentstvan
Szentlorinc
Szentpeterfa
Szerencs
Szigetszentmiklos
Szigetvar
Szikszo
Szilaspogony
Szilvasvarad
Szod
Szogliget
Szolnok
Szombathely
Szomod
Szugy
Szuhafo
Tab
Taborfalva
Tac
Taktaharkany
Tamasi
Tapioszentmarton
Tapolca
Tar
Tardona
Tardos
Tarjan
Tarpa
Tass
Tat
Tata
Tatabanya
Telki
Telkibanya
Tengelic
Tes
Tet
Tevel
Tiszabecs
Tiszabercel
Tiszacsege
Tiszadada
Tiszadorogma
Tiszafoldvar
Tiszafured
Tiszakecske
Tiszakeszi
Tiszalok
Tiszaroff
Tiszasas
Tiszaujvaros
Tiszavasvari
Tofej
Tokaj
Tokol
Tokorcs
Tolna
Tomor
Tornaszentandras
Tornaszentjakab
Torokbalint
Torokszentmiklos
Totkomlos
Totszerdahely
Tunyogmatolcs
Tura
Turje
Turkeve
Turricse
Tuzser
Ujbarok
Ujfeherto
Ujhartyan
Ujkigyos
Ujlengyel
Ujszentmargita
Ujudvar
Üllés
Urkut
Vac
Vagashuta
Vaja
Vallus
Vamospercs
Varpalota
Varvolgy
Vasarosnameny
Vasvar
Veresegyhaz
Verpelet
Verseg
Vertesacsa
Veszprem
Veszpremvarsany
Veszto
Villany
Visonta
Zahony
Zalaapat
Zalacsany
Zalaegerszeg
Zalakaros
Zalakomar
Zalalovo
Zalaszentgrot
Zamoly
Zebegeny
Zirc
Zsaka
Zsambek
Zsujta
Hungary
cont...
Ireland Currently compliant
Areas of
non-complaince:
A.S.I. Cagliari -
Machiareddu
(Sardegna)
Aci Castello (Sicilia)
Aci Catena (Sicilia)
Acireale (Sicilia)
Acquappesa (Calabria)
Acri (Calabria)
Adria (Veneto)
Agrigento (Sicilia)
Agropoli (Campania)
Alata Val Sesia
(Piemonte)
Alba (Piemonte)
Albenga (Liguria)
Alta E Media Val Susa
(Piemonte)
Amantea (Calabria)
Ancona (Marche)
Angera (Lombardia)
Antonimina, Gerace,
Locri, Siderno
(Calabria)
Arcisate (Lombardia)
Arco (Trento)
Area fiorentna
(Toscana)
Ascoli Piceno (Marche)
Atessa - Paglieta -
Mezzagrogna
(Abruzzo)
Augusta (Sicilia)
Auronzo Di Cadore
(Veneto)
Avezzano (Abruzzo)
Avola (Sicilia)
Azzano Decimo
(FriuliVeneziaGiulia)
Badesi (Sardegna)
Bagheria (Sicilia)
Bagnara Calabra
(Calabria)
Bagno a Ripoli
(Toscana)
Barcellona Pozzo di
Goto (Sicilia)
Barisardo (Sardegna)
Bassa Val sesia
(Piemonte)
Bassa Val Susa
(Piemonte)
Bassano Del Grappa
(Veneto)
Bellinzago Novarese
(Piemonte)
Belpasso (Sicilia)
Belvedere Martmo
(Calabria)
Benestare, Bianco,
Bovalino (Calabria)
Bernalda (Basilicata)
Italy
PAGE 38
Bibbona (Toscana)
Biella (Piemonte)
Bisignano (Calabria)
Boara Pisani (Veneto)
Bonifat (Calabria)
Bordighera (Liguria)
Borgheto Santo Spiro
- Loano (Liguria)
Borgo San Lorenzo
(Toscana)
Borgo Valsugana
(Trentno Alto Adige)
Botricello (Calabria)
Bova Marina (Calabria)
Bra (Piemonte)
Bracciano (Lazio)
Brancaleone (Calabria)
Brembate (Lombardia)
Bronte (Sicilia)
Budoni (Capoluogo)
(Sardegna)
Cagliari – Is Arenas
(Sardegna)
Caivano (Campania)
Cala Gonone (Dorgali)
(Sardegna)
Calagonone (Dorgali)
(Sardegna)
Caltagirone (Sicilia)
Caltanisseta (Sicilia)
Calusco D'Adda
(Lombardia)
Camerano (Marche)
Campello Di Fassa
(Trento)
Campiglia Martma
(Toscana)
Campo nell'Elba
(Toscana)
Campobasso (Molise)
Campomarino (Molise)
Camposampiero, S.
Giustna in Colle,
Loreggia
Canazei (Trentno Alto
Adige)
Capizzone (Lombardia)
Carbonera (Veneto)
Cardinale, Chiaravalle
centrale, Torre di
Ruggiero (Calabria)
Cariat (Calabria)
Carignano (Piemonte)
Carini (Sicilia)
Carmagnola
(Piemonte)
Carmiano (Puglia)
Carmignano (Toscana)
Carovigno (Puglia)
Carpenedolo
(Lombardia)
Cartgliano, Cassola
(Veneto)
Casalbutano ed uni
(Lombardia)
Caserta (Campania)
Casoli (Abruzzo)
Cassano allo Ionio
(Calabria)
Cassano D'Adda
(Lombardia)
Cassano delle Murge
(Puglia)
Cassano Spinola
(Piemonte)
Castel di Sangro
(Abruzzo)
Castelfidardo (Marche)
Castelfranco (Emilia-
Romagna)
Castelfranco Emilia
(Emilia-Romagna)
Castello Di Fiemme
(Trento)
Castelmassa (Veneto)
Castelvetrano (Sicilia)
Castglione della
Pescaia (Toscana)
Castrignano del Capo
(Puglia)
Castro (Puglia)
Castrovillari, Civa,
Frascineto, Lungro,
Morano, Mormanno,
S. S.Basile (Calabria)
Catania (Sicilia)
Catanzaro (Calabria)
Cavalese (Trentno Alto
Adige)
Cavareno (Trento)
Cavriago - Montecchio
- Val D'enza (Emilia-
Ceglie Messapica
(Puglia)
Cerignola (Puglia)
Cervignano del Friuli
(Friuli Venezia Giulia)
Cetraro (Calabria)
Chianciano Terme
(Toscana)
Chiaravalle centrale
(Calabria)
Chiavari (Liguria)
Chiet (Abruzzo)
Ciro' Marina (Calabria)
Civanova Marche
(Marche)
Cividale Del Friuli
(FriuliVeneziaGiulia)
Clusone (Lombardia)
Colle Di Val D’Elsa
(Toscana)
Cologna Veneta
(Veneto)
Comiso (Sicilia)
Como (Lombardia)
Conselve (Veneto)
Conversano (Puglia)
Cordenons
(FriuliVeneziaGiulia)
Cordignano (Veneto)
Cortona (Toscana)
Cossato (Piemonte)
Costa Rey (Muravera)-
Cala Sinzias (Castadas)
(Sardegna)
Covo (Lombardia)
Crispiano (Puglia)
Croceta Del Montello
(Veneto)
Cropani(Calabria)
Crosia (Calabria)
Crotone(Calabria)
Cuorgne - Valperga
(Piemonte)
Cutro (Calabria)
Dego - Cairo
Montenote (Liguria)
dello Jonio (Calabria)
Diamante, Buonvicino
(Calabria)
Dueville-Montecchio
Precalcino (Veneto)
Empoli (Toscana)
Fabriano (Marche
Falconara Albanese
(Calabria)
Falconara Martma
(Marche)
Fano (Marche)
Favara (Sicilia)
Fermo (Marche)
Figline Valdarno
(Toscana)
Filadelfia(Calabria)
Finale Ligure (Liguria)
Fiorano-Sassuolo
(Emilia-Romagna)
Fiorenzuola d'Arda
(Emilia-Romagna)
Fisciano (Campania)
Fiumefreddo Bruzio,
Longobardi (Calabria)
Floridia (Sicilia)
Folgaria (Trento)
Formia (Lazio)
Fossano (Piemonte)
Francavilla al mare
(Abruzzo)
Francica(Calabria)
Frata Polesine
(Veneto)
Fucecchio (Toscana)
Fuscaldo(Calabria)
Galatna (Puglia)
Galatone (Puglia)
Gallipoli (Puglia)
Genova (Liguria)
Giarre (Sicilia)
Giavera Del Montello,
Nervesa Della
Bataglia, Vol
Gioia Tauro (Calabria)
Gioiosa Jonica, Marina
di Gioiosa
Gissi (Abruzzo)
Giugliano in Campania
(Campania)
Giulianova (Abruzzo)
Giustno (Trento)
Gorizia (Friuli Venezia
Giulia)
Gradisca di Isonzo
(Friuli Venezia Giulia)
Gravina di Catania
(Sicilia)
Gravina in Puglia
(Puglia)
Grisignano Di Zocco
(Veneto)
Grisolia, Maierà,
Diamante (Cirella)
(Calabria)
Grotaglie (Puglia)
Grotammare (marche)
Guardavalle (Calabria)
Guardia Piemontese
(Calabria)
Ilbono (Sardegna)
Imer (Trento)
Imperia (Liguria)
Inzago (Lombardia)
Irgoli (Sardegna)
Isca sullo Jonio,
Badolato, Sant'Andrea
Apostolo
Iseo (Lombardia)
Isola di Capo Rizzuto
(Calabria)
Jesi (Marche)
Jonica(Calabria)
La Spezia (Liguria)
Lamezia Terme
(Calabria)
Lanciano -Castel
Frentano (Abruzzo)
L'Aquila (Abruzzo)
Lauria (Basilicata)
Lavagna (Liguria)
Laveno-Mombello
(Lombardia)
Lecco (Lombardia)
Legnago (Veneto)
Lentni (Sicilia)
Lerici (Liguria)
Levico Terme (Trento)
Lido Di Camaiore
(Toscana)
Limena (Veneto)
Livigno (Lombardia)
Lizzanello (Puglia)
Lodi (Lombardia)
Lodi (Lombardia)
Longarone (Veneto)
Lucca (Toscana)
Luzzi (Calabria)
Italy
cont...
PAGE 39
Macerata (Marche)
Madonna Di Campiglio
(Trento)
Manduria (Puglia)
Maranello (Emilia-
Romagna)
Marigliano (Campania)
Marina Di Carrara-
Avenza Ovest-Fossone
(Toscana)
Marina Di Castagneto
Carducci (Toscana)
Marina di Grosseto
(Toscana)
Martnsicuro (Abruzzo)
Massa (Toscana)
Massa Agglomerato A-
B (Toscana)
Massa Agglomerato C
(Toscana)
Massa Agglomerato D-
E-F (Toscana)
Massa e Cozzile
(Toscana)
Massazza (Piemonte)
Matera (Basilicata)
Mathi-Nole (Piemonte)
Mede (Lombardia)
Melfi (Basilicata)
Melo di Napoli
(Campania)
Melo di Porto Salvo,
Roghiudi (Calabria)
Mesagne (Puglia)
Mesoraca (Calabria)
Messina (Sicilia)
Mezzocorona (Trento)
Mezzolombardo
(Trentno Alto Adige)
Milazzo (Sicilia)
Misilmeri (Sicilia)
Misterbianco (Sicilia)
Modica (Sicilia)
Monasterace
(Calabria)
Mondovi (Piemonte)
Monfalcone (Friuli
Venezia Giulia)
Monreale (Sicilia)
Montebello Jonico
(Calabria)
Montecatni Terme
(Toscana)
Montechiarugolo-
Montcelli Terme
(Emilia-
Montegroto Terme
(Veneto)
Montepaone,
Gasperina, Montauro,
Petrizzi
Montevarchi (Toscana)
Montchiari
(Lombardia)
Mota di San Giovanni
(Calabria)
Motola (Puglia)
Napoli (Campania)
Naturno (Trentno Alto
Adige)
Nocera Terinese
(Calabria)
Noci (Puglia)
Nucleo Ind.le Tortol-
Arbatax (Sardegna)
Oderzo (Veneto)
Oria (Puglia)
Oristano Nucleo
Industriale (Sardegna)
Orta di Atella
(Campania)
Orta Nova (Puglia)
Ortona (Abruzzo)
Orvieto (Umbria)
Ovest Ticino
(Piemonte)
Pachino (Sicilia)
Paese (Veneto)
Palagonia (Sicilia)
Palazzolo sull'Oglio
(Lombardia)
Palermo (Sicilia)
Paola (Calabria)
Paternò (Sicilia)
Pat (Sicilia)
Pergine Valsugana
(Trentno Alto Adige)
Pescara (Abruzzo)
Peschici (Puglia)
Pescia (Toscana)
Petlia Policastro
(Calabria)
Piave-Spresiano
(Veneto)
Pietrasanta (Toscana)
Pieve Di Cadore
(Veneto)
Pineto (Abruzzo)
Pisa (Toscana)
Pistcci (Basilicata)
Pistoia (Toscana)
Poggibonsi (Toscana)
Pontassieve (Toscana)
Ponte Nicolo' (Veneto)
Pontedera (Toscana)
Portgliola, Ardore,
Sant'Ilario(Calabria)
Porto Cesareo (Puglia)
Porto Empedocle
(Sicilia)
Porto Recanat
(Marche)
Porto Rotondo
(Sardegna)
Porto San Giorgio
(Marche)
Porto Sant'Elpidio
(Marche)
Portogruaro (Veneto)
Pozzallo (Sicilia)
Praia a mare(Calabria)
Prato (Toscana)
Predazzo (Trentno
Alto Adige)
Pula (Sardegna)
Putgnano (Puglia)
Quarrata (Toscana)
Quarto D'Altno
(Veneto)
Quatro Castella-
Montecchio-Val
D'Enza-
Querceta (Toscana)
Quinto (Veneto)
Ragusa (Sicilia)
Rapallo (Liguria)
Recanat (Marche)
Reggio Calabria
frazione Pellaro
(Calabria)
Reggio
Calabria(Calabria)
Reggiolo - Novellara -
Rolo (Emilia-Romagna)
Rende (Calabria)
Ribera (Sicilia)
Ricadi, Spilinga,
Drapia(Calabria)
Rivarolo (Piemonte)
Robbiate (Lombardia)
Roccaraso (Abruzzo)
Roccella Jonica,
Caulonia(Calabria)
Roma (Lazio)
Romagna)
Romagna)
Rombiolo, San
Calogero, Jonadi,
Filandari
Romeno (Trentno Alto
Adige)
Roncocesi (Emilia-
Romagna)
Roseto Capo Spulico
(Calabria)
Rosolini (Sicilia)
Rossano, Corigliano
Calabro (Calabria)
Rovato (Lombardia)
Roveta (Lombardia)
Ruffano (Puglia)
Russi (Emilia-
Romagna)
Ruvo Di Puglia (Puglia)
S. Dona Di Piave
(Veneto)
S. Michele Al
Tagliamento-Bibione
(Veneto)
S.Felice Circeo (Lazio)
S.Vo Al Tagliamento
(Cises)
(FriuliVeneziaGiulia)
Sacile (Friuli Venezia
Giulia)
Salice Salentno
(Puglia)
Salve (Puglia)
San Benedeto del
Tronto (Marche)
San Cataldo (Sicilia)
San Cesareo (Lazio)
San Costantno
Calabro, Mileto,
San Donà di Piave
(Veneto)
San Felice Circeo
(Lazio)
San Giorgio Ionico
(Puglia)
San GiorgioDi Nogaro
(FriuliVeneziaGiulia)
San Giovanni in Fiore
(Calabria)
San Giovanni La Punta
(Sicilia)
San Giovanni Suergiu
(Sardegna)
San Lucido (Calabria)
San Marco in Lamis
(Puglia)
San Michele al
Tagliamento-Bibione
(Veneto)
San Miniato (Toscana)
San Nicola Arcella
(Calabria)
San Pietro Vernotco
(Puglia)
San Roberto, Fiumara,
Campo Calabro
(Calabria)
San Salvo (Abruzzo)
San Vendemiano
(Veneto)
San Vo al Tagliamento
(Friuli Venezia Giulia)
San Vo dei Normanni
(Puglia)
San Vo sullo Jonio,
Cenadi, Olivadi,
Centrache,
San Zeno (Toscana)
Sangineto(Calabria)
Sannicandro Garganico
(Puglia)
Sanremo (Liguria)
Sansepolcro (Toscana)
Santa Marghera
(Sardegna)
Santa Maria del Cedro
(Calabria)
Sant'Ambrogio di
Valpolicella (Veneto)
Sant'Angelo Lodigiano
(Lombardia)
Italy
cont...
PAGE 40
Saronno (Lombardia)
Sassuolo - Fiorano
(Emilia-Romagna)
Savona (Liguria)
Scalea, Santa
Domenica Talao
(Calabria)
Sciacca (Sicilia)
Scicli (Sicilia)
Scilla (Calabria)
Scordia (Sicilia)
Sellia Marina (Calabria)
Senigallia (Marche)
Senise (Basilicata)
Seravezza (Toscana)
Sernaglia Della
Bataglia (Veneto)
Sezze (Lazio)
Somma Lombardo
(Lombardia)
Soverato, Satriano,
Davoli, San Sostene
Squillace, Stalet
(Calabria)
Strongoli (Centro e
Marina) (Calabria)
Sulmona (Abruzzo)
Suzzara (Lombardia)
Taggia (Liguria)
Taio (Trentno Alto
Adige)
Taranto (Puglia)
Teramo (Abruzzo)
Terlizzi (Puglia)
Termini Imerese
(Sicilia)
Termoli (Molise)
Tesero (Trento)
Tezze Sul Brenta
(Veneto)
Tione di Trento
(Trentno Alto Adige)
Tirrenia (Toscana)
Tolentno (Marche)
Torre Santa Susanna
(Puglia)
Tortoli'-Arbatax
(Nucleo Industriale)
(Sardegna)
Tortora(Calabria)
Transacqua (Trentno
Alto Adige)
Trapani (Sicilia)
Trebisacce(Calabria)
Tremesteri Etneo
(Sicilia)
Trinapoli (Puglia)
Tropea(Calabria)
Tropea, Parghelia,
Zaccanopoli, Drapia
(Calabria)
Ugento (Puglia)
Vallecrosia (Liguria)
Valledoria (Sardegna)
Varese (Lombardia)
Vasto (Abruzzo)
Velletri (Lazio)
Venezia - Mirese
(Veneto)
Venosa (Basilicata)
Ventmiglia (Liguria)
Venturina (Toscana)
Verbo (Lazio)
Vernole (Puglia)
Veroli (Lazio)
Verona (Veneto)
Vibo Marina, Cessani,
Briatco (Calabria)
Vibo Valenta
(Calabria)
Vieste (Puglia)
Vietri sul mare
(Campania)
Viggiu' (Lombardia)
Villa Agnedo (Trento)
Villa San Giovanni
(Calabria)
Villapiana(Calabria)
Villorba-Carbonera-
Breda di Piave-
Maserada sul
Vtoria (Sicilia)
Italy
cont...
Latvia Currently compliant
Luxembourg Areas of
non-complaince:
Diekirch
Etelbruck
Mersh
Luxembourg City
Lithuania Currently compliant
Malta Currently compliant
Netherlands Currently compliant
Poland Currently compliant
Portugal Areas of
non-complaince:
Alcacer do Sal
Alenquer
Aljustrel
Almodovar
Alter do Chao
Alvalade
Alvito
Amareleja
Amares/Ferrerira
Arouca
Arraiolos
Arronches
Benfica do Bibatejo
Campo Maior
Canas de Senhorim
Carregado
Carvalhal
Castelo de Video
Castro Diare
Castro Verde
Cereal
Chamusca
Cinfaes
Cuba
Estremoz
Fao e Esposende
Faralhao
Febres
Felgueiras
PAGE 41
Portugal
cont...
Ferrerira do Alentejo
Fronteira
Galegos/Irivo/Ras
Grandola
Loriga
Lousada
Macao
Maceira
Mangualde
Meda
Melides
Mochique
Mogadouro
Montemor-o-Novo
Nelas
Nisa
Odemira
Olivera do Hospital
Paco
Pereira do Campo
Ponte de Reguengo
Pontevel
Portel
Porto Alto
Respeses
Riachos
S. Bartolomeu de
Massines
Salvaterra de Magos
Samora/Porto Alto
Norte
Santa Combra Dao
Santana/Ferreira
Santago de Cadem
Serpa
Sobral de Monte
Agraco
Soure
Tabua
Tolosa
V. N. de S. Bento
Valdeao
Vale de Santarem
Vendas Novas
Viana do Alentejo
Vidigueira
Vila do Prado
Vila Verde
Vila Vicosa
Romania Areas of
non-complaince:
Abram
Abramut
Abrud
Abrud
Acas
Acatari
Adamclisi
Adamus
Adancata
Adancata
Adjud
Adjud
Adunat
Adunati Copaceni
Afumat
Afumat
Agapia
Agas
Aghiresu (Fabrici)
Agigea
Agnita
Agnita
Agrij
Aita Mare, Belin
Aiud
Aiud
Al. I. Cuza
Alba Iulia
Alba iulia
Albac
Albeni
Albest
Albest de Muscel
(Albest de Muscel,
Bughea de Sus)
Albest Paleologu
Albesti de Arges
Albota
Alesd
Aleșd
Alexandria
Alexandru Odobescu
Alexandru Vlahuta
Alexeni
Aliman
Alimpest
Almaj
Almas
Almasu
Altana
Alunis
Alunu
Amara
Amarast
Amarasti de Jos
Amarasti de Sus
Amaru
Amzacea
Andrasest
Andreiasu
Andreiasu J.
Andrid
Andrieseni
Anina
Aninoasa
Apa (Someseni)
Apahida
Apata
Apateu
Apele Vii
Apold
Apostolache
Arad
Arbore
Ardeoani
Ardud
Ardud
Ardusat
Arefu
Argetoaia
Argetoaia+Leordoasa
Aricesti Rahtvani
Armasest
Armenis+Fenes
Aroneanu
(Aroneanu,Dorobant,S
orogari)
Arpasul de Jos
Asau
Astleu (Pestera)
Atel
Atd
Auseu
Avram Iancu
Avramest
Avrig
Avrig, Marsa
Axente sever
Axintele
Azuga
Baba-Ana
Babadag
Babaita (Babaita,
Frasinet)
Babana
Băbeni
Babiciu
Bacani
Bacău
Bacest
Baciu
Bacles
Bagaciu
Bahna
Bahnea
Baia
Baia de Aramă
Baia de Arama
(Negoiest)
Baia de Aries
Baia de Cris
Baia de Fier
Baia Mare
Baia Sprie
Baia Sprie, Tauti de
Sus
Băicoi
Baiculest
Băile Govora
Baile Herculane
Băile Olăneșt
Băile Tușnad
Băileșt
Baisoara
Baita
Baiut, Strambu Baiut
Bala
Balabanest
Balaci
Balacita, (Gvardinita)
Balaciu
Bălan
Balasest
Balauseri
Balc (Almasu Mic,
Almasu Mare)
Balcani
Balcaut
Balcest
Baldovinest
Baleni
Balest
Balilest
Balotest
Balș
Balta Alba
Balta Doamnei
Baltatest
Baltat
Balteni
Baltest
Baluseni
Banca
Band
Baneasa
Băneasa
Banest
Bania
Banisor
Banloc
Bara
Baraganul
Baraolt
Barast
Barbulest
Barbuletu
Barca
Barca+Goicea
Barcanest
Barcani
Barcea
Bargaoani
Barghis
Barla
Bârlad
Barnova (Cercu
Pietrariei)
Barsana
Barsanest
PAGE 42
Romania
cont...
Barsau
Barsest
Baru
Barza
Barzava
Basarabi
Bascov
Batanii
Batar
Batarci (Comlausa)
Batos
Batrani
Bautar
Bazna
Beceni
Bechet
Becicherecu Mic
Beclean
Beica De Jos
Beidaud
Beiuș
Belcest
(Munteni,Ulmi)
Belciugatele
Belet-Negrest
Belint
Beliu
Beltug
Bengest-Ciocadia
Berbeșt
Berca
Berceni
Bereșt
Berest - Bistrita
Berest - Tazlau
Berest Meria
Berevoiest
Berezeni
Berghin
Berislavest
Beriu
Berlest
Bertea
Bertesti de Jos
Berveni
Berzasca
Berzovia
Berzunt
Bethausen
Bezdead
Bicaz
Bicaz-Chei
Bicazu Ardelean
Biertan
Biharia
Bilbor
Bilca
Bilciurest
Biled
Birchis
Bisoca
Bistra
Bistra
Bistret
Bistrița
Bistrita Bargaului
Bivolari(Buruienest,So
lonet,Tabara)
Bixad (Boinest, Trip)
Blagest
Blaj
Blajel
Blejest
Blejoi
Bobicest
Bobota (Dersida,
Zalnoc)
Bocicoiu Mare
Bocșa
Bocsa (Borla, Campia,
Salajeni)
Bocsig
Bodest
Bodoc,Olteni, Zalan
Bogat
Bogdan Voda
Bogdand
Bogdanest
Bolbosi
Boldest Gradistea
Boldest Scaieni
Boldeșt-Scăeni
Boldu
Boldur
Bolintn Deal
Bolintn-Vale
Bolotest
Bontda
Boranest
Borascu
Borca
Borcea
Bordei Verde
Bordest
Bordusani
Borlest
Boroaia
Borod (Borozel,
Cornitel)
Borosneu Mare,
Borosneu Mic, Tufalau,
Let, Dobolii de Sus,
Valea Mica,Telechia,
Valea Mare
Bors (Santon)
Borșa
Borsec
Bosanci
Bosorod
Boteni
Botest
Botz
Botza
Botoroaga
Botosana
Botoșani
Boureni
Bozieni
Bozovici
Brad
Bradeanu
Bradest
Bradu
Bradulet
Bradut
Braest
Braest
(Cristest,Albest)
Bragadiru
Brahasest
Braila
Brăila
Bralostta
Bran (Pestera, Bran,
Predelut, Simon,
Sohodol)
Branceni
Brancovenest
Brancoveni
Branest
Branistea
Branistea (Branistea,
Malut)
Branistea, Goanta
Brașov
Brasov (Brasov, Poiana
Brasov, Cristan,
Ghimbav, Bod, Tohanu
Nou)
Brastavatu
Bratca
Brateiu
Bratovoiest
Brazi
Brazii
Breasta
Breaza
Brebeni
Brebina, Titerlest,
Bratlovu, Marasest,
Stanest
Brebu
Bretcu, Martanus,
Lutoasa, Mereni
Bretea Romana
Breznita Ocol
(Magheru)
Breznita-Motru
Brezoaiele
Brezoi
Brodina
Broscaut
Broșteni
Brusturi - Drag.
Brusturi (Picleu)
Brusturoasa
Bucecea
Buces
Bucharest
Buchin
Bucinisu
Buciumeni
Buciumi
Bucosnita
Bucov
Bucovat
Bucsani
Bucu
Bucuresci
Bucurest
Buda
Budacu de Jos
Budeasa
Budeșt
Budila
Budureasa (Burda)
Bufea
Bughea de Jos
Buhoci
Buhuși
Bujoreni
Bujoru
Bulbucata
Bulgarus
Bulz (Remet, Munteni)
Bumbeșt-Jiu
Bumbest-Pitc
Bunest
Bunest-Averest
Buntest
Burila Mare
Busteni
Bustuchin
Butea
Buteni
Butmanu
Butoiest
Buturugeni
Buzau
Buzău
Buzescu
Buziaș
Buzoiest
C. Negri
CA Roset
Cabest (Goila,
Gurbest, Josani,
Sohodol)
Cacica
Caianu Mic
Caianu Vama
(Corpadea, Barai,
Caianu Vama, Vaida
Camaras, Valeni,
Ghirisu Roman)
Caineni
Caiut
Cajvana
Calafat
Calafindest
Calan
Călan
Călărași
Calatele
Caldararu
Călimăneșt
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cont...
Calinest
Calinest Oas (Coca,
Lechinta)
Calmatuiu
Calmatuiu de Sus
Calnic
Calopar
Calugareni
Calvini
Camarasu (Naoiu,
Samboleni)
Camarzana
Campani (Fanate,
Sighistel)
Câmpeni
Câmpia Turzii
Campina
Campineanca
Campulung
Campulung la Tisa
Câmpulung
Moldovenesc
Campuri
Candest
Capalna
Capalnita
Capleni ,Camin
Capreni
Capusu Mare, Capusu
Mic
Caracal
Caransebeș
Carasova
Caraula
Carbunest
Carcaliu
Carcea
Carei
Carlibaba
Carligele
Cârlogani
Carna
Carpen
Carpinet
Carpinis
Carta, Danest
Cascioarele
Caseiu
Casimcea
Casin
Castelu
Castranova
Cata
Catalina
Catane
Catane+Catanele Noi
Catcau
Cateasca
Catna
Catunele
Cauas
Cavadinest
Cavnic
Cazanest
Cazasu
Ceahlau
Ceamurlia de Jos
Ceanu mare
Cefa (Inand)
Cehal (Cehalut)
Cehu Silvaniei
Ceica
Celaru
Celaru+Marotnu de
Jos+Soreni+Ghizdaves
t
Cenad
Cenei
Cepari
Ceplenita (Zlodica)
Ceptura
Cerasu
Cerat
Cermei
Cerna
Cernat, Albis
Cernatest
Cernavodă
Cernelele de
Sus+Cernele
Cernest
Cernica
Cernisoara
Certeju de Sus
Certest
Certeze (Huta Certeze,
Moiseni)
Cervenia
Cetariu (Uileacu de
munte, Paleu)
Cetate
Cetate (Satu Nou,
Petris)
Cetatea de Balta
Cetateni
Ceuasu De Campie
Cezieni
Cherechiu
Chetani
Cheveresu Mare
Chiajna
Chichis
Chiesd
Chilia Veche
Chinteni
Chiochis
Chiojdeanca
Chiojdeni
Chiojdu
Chirnogeni
Chirnogi
Chiscani
Chiselet
Chișineu-Criș
Chislaz
Chitla
Chiuiest
Chiuza (Chiuza,
Sasarm, Piatra)
Ciacova
Ciacova
Cicanest
Cicarlau
Ciceu-Giurgest
Cilieni
Cincu
Ciobanu
Ciocanest
Ciocarlia
Ciochina
Ciocile
Ciofrangeni
Ciohorani
Ciolanest
Ciolpani
Ciorani
Ciorast
Ciorogarla
Cioroiasi
Ciortest (Coropceni)
Ciprian Porumbescu
Ciresu
Cislau
Cisnadie
Cisnădie
Ciucea
Ciucsangiorgiu
Ciucurova
Ciugud
Ciuhoi (Cenalos,
Siniob, Sfirnas)
Ciulnita
Ciumani
Ciumeghiu
Ciupercenii Noi
Ciupercenii Vechi
Ciurea(Piciorul
Lupului)
Cizer
Cleanov
Cleja
Clejani
Clinceni
Cluj-Napoca
Cluj-Napoca
+Florest(+Luna de
Sus)+Savadisla(+Vlaha)
+Gilau(+Somesul
Rece)+Baciu
C-lung Mold.
Coarnele Caprei
(Arama)
Cobadin
Cobia
Cochirleanca
Cociuba Mare
Cocora
Cocorasti Colt
Cocorasti Misli
Cocu
Codaiest
Codlea
Cogealac
Cojasca
Cojocna
Colceag
Colibasi
Colonest
Comana
Comăneșt
Comarna (Osol)
Comarnic
Comisani
Comlosu Mare
Concest
Conop
Constanța
Contest
Copacel
Copaceni
Copalau
Copalnic-Manastur
Copșa Mică
Corabia
Corbasca
Corbeanca
Corbeni
Corbi
Corbii Mari
Corbita
Corbu
Corcova
Cordareni
Cordun
Corlateni
Cornea
Cornereva
Cornest
Cornetu
Corni
Cornu
Cornu Luncii
Corod
Coroieni
Coroiest
Corund
Cosambest
Cosbuc
Cosei(Archid,
Chilioara)
Cosereni
Cosest
Cosmest
Cosoveni
Costest
Costest din Vale
Costnest
Costsa
Costuleni (Hilita)
Coteana
Cotest
Cotmeana
Cotnari
Cotofanest
Cotofenii din Dos
Cotusca
PAGE 44
Romania
cont...
Covasint
Covasna
Cozieni
Cozmest (Podolenii de
Sus,Podolenii de Jos)
Cracaoani
Craciunelu de Sus
Craciunest
Craidorolt
Craiova
Craiova
Craiva
Crampoia
Crangeni
Crangu (Crangu,
Dracea)
Crangurile
Crasna
Creaca
Creteni
Cretest
Crevedia
Crevedia Mare
Cricau
Criscior
Criseni
Cristest
Cristan
Cristnest
Cristoru de Jos
Cristuru Secuiesc
Crucea
Crucisor (Ieghereste,
Poiana Codrului)
Cruset
C-tn Daicoviciu
Cuca
Cuci
Cucuiet
Cudalbi
Cugir
Cujmir (Aurora,
Cujmirul Mic)
Culciu (Caraseu, Culciu
Mic, Corod, Apateu)
Cumpana
Cungrea
Cupseni
Curatele (Beiusele,
Cresuia, Pocioveliste)
Curcani
Curtea de Argeș
Curtest
Curtci
Curtsoara
Curtuiseni
Cuza Voda
Cuzaplac(Tamasa,
Petrindu,Galaseni)
Cuzdrioara
Dăbuleni
Daeni
Daest
Dagata
Daia
Daia Romana
Dalboset
Dambovicioara
Damienest
Damuc
Danciulest
Daneasa
Danes
Danest
Danet
Danet+Goanta
Dangeni
Danicei
Darabani
Darast
Darlos
Dărmăneșt
Darova
Darvari
Dascalu
Davidest
Dealu
Dealu Morii
Deda
Dej
Dejani, Gura Vaii, Iasi,
Sasciori
Deleni(Maxunt,Ferede
ni, Poiana,Slobozia)
Delest
Denta
Derna (Dernisoara,
Tria)
Dersca
Desa
Desest
Deta
Deva
Devesel
Deveselu
Dimitrie Cantemir
Diosig
Diost
Ditrau
Doba (Boghis, Traian,
Paulian)
Dobarceni
Dobarlau, Lunca,
Marcus, Valea
Dobarlaului
Dobra
Dobreni
Dobrest
Dobretu
Dobroest
Dobromir
Dobrosloveni
Dobroteasa
Dobrotest
Dobrovat
Dobrun
Doclin
Dofeana
Dognecea
Doicest
Dolhasca
Doljest
Domnest
Dor Marunt
Dorna Candrenilor
Dorna-Arini
Dornest
Dorobantu
Dorohoi
Dorolt (Dara, Petea)
Dracsanei (Dracsanei,
Beuca)
Dragalina
Draganest
Draganest de Vede
Draganest Vlasca
Drăgăneșt-Olt
Draganu
Drăgășani
Dragest
Dragodana
Dragoiest
Dragomireșt
Dragomirest Vale
Dragos Voda
Dragoslavele
Dragotest
Dragutest
Drajna
Dranceni
Dranic
Dridu
Drobeta-Turnu Severin
Duda-Epureni
Dudest
Dudesti Noi
Dudesti Vechi
Dulcest
Dumbrava
Dumbrava Rosie
Dumbraveni
Dumbravest
Dumbravita
(Dumbravita,Carbunari
,Unguras,Rus,Sindest,
Chechis)
Dumest
Dumitra (Dumitra,
Cepari, Tarpiu)
Dumitrest
Durnest
Eforie
Epureni
Erbiceni (Barlest,
Totoiest)
Eremitu
Ernei
Eselnita
Facaeni
Făgăraș
Fagaras (Fagaras,
Harseni (Harseni,
Copacel, Malnis-Sebes,
Margineni), Recea
(Recea, Berivoi, Dejani,
Gura Vaii, Iasi,
Savastreni, Sasciori)
Beclean(Beclean,
Boholt, Calbor, Hurez,
Luta), Mandra
(Mandra, Ilieni, Rausor,
Sona,Toderita)
Făget
Falciu
Falcoiu
Făltceni
Fantanele
Faraoani
Farcas
Farcasa
Farcasele
Farcasest
Fardea
Farliug
Fartanest
Fartatest
Făurei
Faurest
Feldioara
Feldru (Feldru, Nepos)
Feleacu, TurenI
Felicieni
Felnac
Feteșt
Fieni
Fierbint Targ
Filiași
Filipeni
Filipest
Filipesti de Padure
Filipesti de Targ
Finta
Fitonest
Fizesu Gherlii, Taga
(Bontda, Nicula,
Sacalaia, Sucutard, Sic,
Santoara)
Flămânzi
Florest
Florest, Savadisla
(Vlaha, Luna de Sus,
Somesul Rece)
Florest+Izvor+Deleni+
Lesile+Cornetu+Milest
Florest-Stoienest
Focșani
Focuri
Foltest
Forast
Francest
Frasin
Frasinet
Frata
Fratauti Noi
Fratauti Vechi
Fratest
PAGE 45
Romania
cont...
Fratostta
Frecatei
Frumoasa
Frumosu
Frumuseni
Frumusica (Vladeni
Deal,
Boscoteni,Sendreni,Sto
rest,Frumusica)
Frumusita
Fulga
Fundeni
Fundu Moldovei
Fundulea
Fundulea
Furculest
Gaest
Găeșt
Gagest
Gaiceana
Gaiseni
Galanest
Galați
Galati Bistritei
Galautas
Galbenu
Galbinasi
Galda de Jos
Galest
Galeteni
Galgau
Galicea
Galicea Mare
Galiciuica
Ganeasa
Ganest
Gangiova
Garbau
Garbou
Garbovi
Garceni
Garcina
Garcov
Garla Mare
Garleni
Garoafa
Gătaia
Gaujani
Gavojdia
Gelu, Baba Novac,
Madaras
Geoagiu
George Enescu
Ghelari
Ghelinta,Harale
Gheorghe Doja
Gheorghe Doja
Gheorghe Lazar
Gheorgheni
Gheraseni
Ghergheasa
Gherghest
Gherghita
Gherla
Gherta Mica
Ghidfalau
Ghidici
Ghidigeni
Ghimbav
Ghimes - Faget
Ghimpat
Ghindarest
Ghindari
Ghindeni
Ghioroiu
Ghiroda
Giarmata
Gighera
Gilau
Girisu de Cris (Tarian)
Giroc
Girov
Giubega
Giulest
Giulvaz
Giurgita
Giurgiu
Giuvarast
Glavanest
Glavile
Glimboca
Glina
Globurau, Plugova,
V.Bolvasnita
Glodeanu Sarat
Glodeanu Silistea
Glodeni
Glogova
Godeni
Godinest
Gogosari
Gogosu
Gohor
Goicea
Goiest
Golaiest
Golest (Popest)
Gorbanest
Gorbeni (Gorban, Podu
Hagiului)
Gorgota
Gornest
Gornet
Gornet Cricov
Gostavatu
Gostnari
Gostnu
Govora Bai
Gradinari
Gradistea
Grajduri (Padureni)
Gramest
Graniceri
Granicest
Grata
Greabanu
Greaca
Grecest
Greci
Grindu
Grintes
Grivita
Grojdibodu
Gropeni
Gropnita
Grosi
(Grosi,Ocolis,Satu Nou
de Jos)
Grozest
Gruia
Grumazest
Gugest
Gura Calitei
Gura Humorului
Gura Vaii
Gura Foii
Gura Humorului
Gura Ialomitei
Gura Ocnitei
Gura Raului
Gura Suti
Gura Teghii
Gura Vadului
Gura Vaii
Gura Vitoarei
Gurahont (Hontsor)
Gurghiu
Gusoeni
Haghig, Araci, Ariusd,
Vilcele
Halaucest
Halchiu
Halmagiu
Halmasd
Halmeu+Turulung
Hanest
Hangu
Harau
Harlau
Hârlău
Harman
Harmanest
Harsest
Hârșova
Hartest (Hartest,
Vulturest)
Hațeg
Havarna
Helegiu
Helesteni
Hemeiusi
Hereclean (Badon)
Hida
Hidiselu de Sus
(Hidiselu de Jos,
Sintelec)
Hiliseu-Horia
Hlipiceni
Hoceni
Hodac
Hodod
Hoghilag
Hoghiz
Holboca
Holod
Homocea
Homoroade (Chilia,
Necopoi, Solduba)
Homorod
Horea
Horezu
Horgest
Horia
Horlest
Horoatu Crasnei
Horodnic
Horodniceni
Hotarele (Hotarele,
Isvoarele, Herast)
Hudest(Hudest,Alba)
Huedin
Hulubest
Hunedoara
Hunia
Hurezani
Huruiest
Husasau de Tinca
Huși
Iablanita, Globu
Craiovei, Petnic,
Lapusnicel, Pirvova
Iacobeni
Iana
Ianca
Iancu Jianu
Iara
Iași
Ibanest
Iclazel
Iclod
Icoana
Icusest
Ideciu de Jos
Iecea Mare
Iedera
Iepurest
Iernut
Ieud
Ighiu
Il Caragiale
Ileana
Ileanda
Ilia, Dobra
Ilieni
Ilva Mare
Ilva Mica
Independenta
Ineu (Botean)
Însurăței
Întorsura Buzăului
Intorsura Buzaului
Ion Creanga
Ion Corvin
Ion Roata
Ionest
Iordacheanu
PAGE 46
Romania
cont...
Ip
Ipatele
Ipotest
Iratosu
Isaccea
Isalnita
Islaz
Istria
Ivanest
Ivest
Izbiceni
Izv. Sucevei
Izverna
Izvoare
Izvoarele
Izvoru
Izvoru Barzii
Jamu Mare
Jaristea
Jebel
Jegalia
Jiana
Jibert
Jibou
Jidvei
Jijila
Jilava
Jilavele
Jimbolia
Jina
Jirlau
Jita
Joita (Joita, Sabareni,
Cosoba)
Jorast
Joseni
Josenii Bargaului (Rusu
Bargaului)
Jucu
Jupanest
Jurilovca
Ladest
Lalosu
Lapus
Lapusata
Lapusnicu Mare
Laslea
Laza
Lazarea
Lazareni
Lazuri
Lazuri de Beius
Lechinta
Lehliu
Lehliu Gara
Leleasca
Lelest
Lemnia
Lenauheim
Leorda
Leordeni
Leordina
Lerest
Lespezi
Lesu
Letca
Letca Noua
Letcani
Letea Veche
Leu
Licurici
Liebling
Liest
Limanu
Lipanest
Lipnita
Lipov
Lipova
Lipovat
Lisa
Listeava
Lita
Liteni
Liteni
Livada
Livada (Adrian)
Livada, Sanleani
Livezeni
Livezi
Livezile
Loamnes
Logrest
Lopadea Noua
Lopatari
Lovrin
Lucieni
Luciu
Ludest
Luduș
Lueta
Lugasu de Jos (Lugasu
de Sus)
Lugoj
Luica
Luizi Calugara
Lumina
Luna
Lunca
Lunca
Lunca Banului
Lunca Bradului
Lunca Calnicului
Lunca Corbului
Lunca de Jos
Lunca de Sus
Lunca Ilvei
Lunca Muresului
Luncavita
Luncoiu de Jos
Lungani (Zmeu,Crucea)
Lungest
Lunguletu
Lupac
Lupeni
Lupsa
Lupsanu
Macea
Macesu de Jos
Macesu de Sus
Măcin
Maciuca
Madaras
Maeristei
Magherani
Magirest
Maglavit
Magura
Magura Ilvei
Măgurele
Magureni
Maguri Racatau
Mahmudia
Maicanest
Maieru (Maieru, Anies)
Maierus (Maierus,
Augustn)
Malaia
Maldaieni
Maldarest
Malini
Malovat
Malu cu Flori
Malu Mare
Malureni
Malusteni
Manasia
Manastrea
Maneciu
Manest
Mangalia
Manoleasa
Manzalest
Maracineni
Marasest
Mărășeșt
Marasu
Marca
Marghita
Margina
Marginea
Margineni
Mariselu (Mariselu,
Domnest, Barla)
Marsa
Marsani
Martnis
Maruntei
Marzanest
Masloc
Mastacani
Matasari
Matasaru
Matca
Mateest
Matei
Maureni
Mavrodin (Mavrodin,
Nenciulest)
Maxineni
Medgidia
Medgidia
Mediaș
Mediesu Aurit
(Babasest, Iojib,Potau,
Romanest)
Mehadia
Melinest
Mera
Merei Monteoru
Mereni
Merisani
Mesesenii de Jos
Metes
Mica
Micasasa
Micest
Micfalau, Malnas
Miclest
Micula (Micula Noua,
Bercu Nou), Bercu
Miercurea Ciuc
Miercurea Ciuc
Miercurea Nirajului
Miercurea Sibiului
Mihaest
Mihai Bravu
Mihai Eminescu
Mihai Viteazu
Mihaiest
Mihail Kogalniceanu
Mihaileni
Mihailest
Mihaita
Mihalaseni
Mihalt
Mihesu de Campie
Milas
Milcov
Milcovul
Mileanca
Milisaut
Milișăuți
Milosest
Mintu Gherlei
Mioarele
Mioveni
Miraslau
Mircea Voda
Mircest
Miresu Mare
Mironeasa
Mirosi
Miroslava
Miroslovest
Mirsid (Plopeni)
Misca
Mischii
Mitocu Drag.
Mitreni
Mizil
Moacsa, Padureni,
Dalnic
Moara
Moara Vlasiei
Mociu (Chesau, Zorenii
de Vale)
PAGE 47
Romania
cont...
Modelu
Mofinu ( Mofinu
Mare, Mofinu Mic,
Ghilvaci, Terebest,
Piscari)
Mogosani
Mogosest
Mogosest (Budest)
Mogosoaia
Moieciu (Sirnea,
Moieciu de Jos,
Magura, Moieciu de
Sus)
Moineșt
Moisei
Moldova Sulita
Moldova Nouă
Moldovenest
Moldoveni
Moldovita
Monor
Morarest
Moravita
Moreni
Moroieni
Morteni
Morunglav
Mosna
Mosnita Noua
Mosoaia
Motaieni
Motatei
Motca
Motoseni
Motru
Movila
Movila Banului
Movila Miresii
Movileni
Movileni (Larga Jijia)
Movilita
Mozaceni
M-rea Casin
M-rea Humorului
Muereasca
Mugeni
Munteni
Munteni Buzau
Muntenii de Jos
Murfatlar
Murfatlar (Basarabi)
Murgasi
Murgeni
Murgeni
Murighiol
Musatest
Musenita
Musetest
N.Titulescu (include
Ghimpeteni)
Nades
Nadlac
Nădlac
Nadrag
Naeni
Namoloasa
Nana
Nanest
Nanov
Napradea
Naruja
Nasaud
Năsăud
Nasturelu
Navodari
Năvodari
Negoi
Negomir
Negrasi
Negreșt
Negreșt-Oaș
Negri
Negru Vodă
Nehoiu
Nehoiu
Nereju
Nicolae Balcescu
(Valea Balceasca)
Nicorest
Nicseni
Niculest
Niculitel
Nimigea (Nimigea de
Jos, Florest, Mocod,
Nimigea de Sus)
Nistorest
Nocrich
Nojorid
Noslac
Novaci
Nucet
Nuci
Nufaru
Nuseni (Nuseni, Rusu
de Sus)
Nusfalau (Boghis)
Oancea
Oarja
Obarsia
Oboga
Obreja, Ciuta, Iaz
Ocna Mureș
Ocna Sibiului
Ocna Sugatag
Ocnele Mari
Ocnita
Odobeșt
Odoreu (Berindan,
Martnest)
Odorheiu Secuiesc
Ogra
Ograda
Ogrezeni
Oinacu
Oituz
Ojdula,Hilib
Olanest Bai
Olanu
Olari
Olcea
Oltenest
Olteni
Oltenița
Oltna
Oneșt
Oniceni
Oprisor
Optasi Magura(Optasi
Magura, Sarbi Magura)
Oradea
Orăște
Orastoara de Sus
Orasu Nou (Prilog)
Oravița
Orbeasca
Orbeni
Orlat
Orlea
Orlest
Ormenis (Ormenis,
Augustn)
Orodel
Orodel+Cornu
Orșova
Ortsoara
Osest
Osica de Sus
Osorhei
Ostra
Ostrov
Ostroveni
Ostroveni+Listeava
Oteleni
Oțelu Roșu
Otesani
Otopeni
Ovidiu
Ozun
Pacuret
Pades
Padina
Padureni
Palanca
Paltn
Paltnis
Paltnoasa
Panaci
Panatau
Pancest
Panciu
Pâncota
Panet
Pangarat
Pantelimon
Pantceu
Parau
Parava
Pargarest
Parincea
Parjol
Parscov
Parscoveni
Partesti de Jos
Parva
Pașcani
Pastraveni
Pătârlagele
Patraut
Patulele (Viasu)
Pauca
Paulest
Paulest (Ambud,
Petn)
Paulis, Minis, Ghioroc
Paunest
Pausest
Pausest-Maglasi
Pd. Iloaiei (Scobalteni)
Peceneaga
Pechea
Pecica
Pecineaga
Peciu Nou
Peretu
Periam
Pericei
Perieni
Periet
Peris
Perisani
Perisor
Perisoru
Persani, Bucium,
Ohaba
Pesac
Pesceana
Pestera
Pestsani
Petelea
Petrachioaia
Petrest
Petresti de Jos
Petricani
Petrila
Petroșani
Petrova
Petru Rares (Reteag,
Bata, Mihaest)
Piatra
Piatra Neamț
Piatra Olt
Piatra Soimului
Piatra-Neamt
Piatra-Olt
Pielest
Pietrari
Pietroasa (Gurani,
Cociuba Mica)
Pietroasele
Pietrosani
Pietrosita
Pilu
Pipiprig
Pir
Pischia
Piscolt
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cont...
Piscu
Piscu Vechi+Ghidici
Piscu-Vechi
Piteșt
Pitest
Plaiesii de Jos
Platarest
Platonest
Plenita
Plesoiu
Ploieșt
Plopana
Plopeni
Plopii Slavitest
Plopis
Plopsoru
Plopu
Plosca
Plosca
Plugari
Poarta Alba
Poboru
Pocola
Podari
Podenii Noi
Podgoria
Podoleni
Podu Iloaiei
Podu Turcului
Poduri
Poenarii Burchii
Poeni
Pogana
Pogoanele
Poian
Poiana
Poiana Cr.
Poiana Campina
Poiana Lacului
Poiana Mare
Poiana Mare+Tunarii
Vechi
Poiana Marului
Poiana Sibiului
Poiana Stampei
Poiana Teiului
Poienari
Poienarii de Muscel
Poienest
Poieni
Poienile de Sub Munte
Pojejena
Pojorata
Polovragi
Pomarla
Pomezeu
Pomi
Ponoarele
Popest (Doroscani)
Popest (Popest, Raca)
Popest (Voivozi)
Popest Leordeni
Popeșt-Leordeni
Popricani
Poroschia
Porumbacu de Jos
Posest
Posta Calnau
Potcoava
Potcoava
Potlogi
Praid
Prajeni
Preajba
Predeal
Predeal (Predeal,
Paraul Rece, Timisu de
Sus, Timisu de Jos)
Predeal Sarari
Predest
Prejmer (Prejmer,
Lunca Calnicului,
Stupinii Prejmerului)
Preutest
Priboieni
Prigor, Borlovenii
Vechi, Patas
Prigoria
Priponest
Prisacani (Moreni)
Pristol (Cozia)
Probota
Produlest
Provita de Jos
Provita de Sus
Prundeni
Prundu
Prundu Bargaului
(Suseni, Mijlocenii
Bargaului)
Prunisor
Pucheni
Puchenii Mari
Pucioasa
Pucioasa
Pufest
Pui
Puiest
Pungest
Punghina
Purcareni, Carpenis
Putneiu
Putna
Puturi
Rabagani
Racaciuni
Răcari
Racasdia
Rachiteni
Rachit
Rachitoasa
Racoasa
Racos (Racos, Mateias)
Racova
Racovita
Racovita
Radaseni
Rădăuți
Radaut-Prut
Radoiest
Radomirest
Radovan
Radovanu
Raducaneni (Isaiia,
BohotnRaducaneni)
Rafov
Ramnicelu
Ramnicelu
Râmnicu Sărat
Râmnicu Vâlcea
Ramnicul Sarat
Rapoltu Mare
Rasca
Rasinari
Râșnov
Rasova
Rast
Rastolita
Rastu Nou
Rasuceni
Ratest
Rau de Mori
Raucest
Rauseni
Razboieni
Razvad
Rebra
Rebricea
Rebrisoara
Recaș
Recea
Recea
(Recea,Sasar,Mocira)
Recea, Toderita,
Berivoi
Reci, Aninoasa, Bita
Redea
Rediu
Rediu (Brezu)
Reghin
Remetea (Meziad,
Dragoteni)
Remetea Chioarului
Remetea Mare
Remet
Repedea
Reșița
Reviga
Riciu
Rieni
Ripiceni
Roata De Jos
Robanest
Rociu
Rodna
Roiest
Rojiste
Roma
Roman
Romanasi
Romanest
Romani
Romos
Romuli
Rona de Jos
Rona de Sus
Roset
Rosia
Rosia de Amaradia
Rosia Montana
Rosiest
Rosile
Rosiori
Roșiorii de Vede
Rotunda
Rovinari
Rozavlea
Roznov
Rucar
Ruginest
Ruginoasa
Runcu
Rupea
Rupea (Rupea, Fiser)
Rusanest
Rusca Montana
Ruscova
Rusetu
Rusii Munt (Rusii
Munt, Sebes,
Morareni, Maiorest)
Sabaoani
Sacadat (Borsa,
Sabolciu)
Sacalaseni
(Sacalaseni,Cornia,
Coas,Coltau,Catalina,C
ulcea)
Sacalaz
Sacel
Săcele
Sacelu
Sacosu Turcesc
Săcueni
Sadova
Sadu
Sag
Sageata
Sagna
Sagu
Sahateni
Salacea
Salard
Salasu de Sus
Salatg
Salatruc
Salatrucel
Salcea
Salcia
Salcia Tudor
Salciile
Salcioara
Salcioara
Salcuta
Săliște
Saliste, Tilisca, Gales
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Vale
Salistea
Săliștea de Sus
Salonta
Salsig-Gardani
Salva
Samarinest
Sambata
Sambata (Sambata de
Jos, Sambata de Sus,
Voivodeni)
Sanandrei
Sancel
Sancraieni
Sancraiu
Sancraiu de Mures
Sandominic
Sandra
Sanduleni
Sandulest
Sângeorgiu de Pădure
Sângeorz-Băi
Sanger
Sangeru
Sangiorgiu de Mures
Sangiorgiu de Padure
Sanislau (Berea,
Ciumest)
Sanmartn
Sanmartn (Haieu,
Rontau)
Sanmihaiu Almasului
Sanmihaiu Roman
Sânnicolau Mare
Sanpaul
Sanpetru
Sanpetru de Campie
Sanpetru Mare
Sansimion
Sant
Santa Mare
Santamaria-Orlea
Sântana
Santana de Mures
Santandrei
Santau
Santmbru
Sanzieni
Sapanta
Sapata
Sapoca
Sarasau
Saravale
Sarbi
Sarichioi
Sarmas
Sarmasag
Sărmașu
Saru Dornei
Sarulest
Saschiz
Sasciori
Sascut
Satchinez
Satu Mare
Satulung
Saucest
Saulest
Saulia
Savarsin
Săveni
Savinest
Scaiest
Scanteia
Scanteia (Bodest)
Scanteiest
Scarisoara
Scheia
Schela
Schitu
Schitu Duca (Poieni)
Schitu-Golest
Scoarta
Scobint (Fetest)
Scorniceșt
Scorteni
Scortoasa
Scrioastea
Scundu
Scurtu Mare
Scutelnici
Seaca
Seaca de Camp
Sebeș
Sebes,Petrest
Sebis
Secu
Secuieni
Secusigiu
Segarcea
Segarcea Vale
Seica mare
Seimeni
Seini
Seitn
Selaru
Seleus
Selimbar
Semlac
Sendreni
Sendriceni
Sepreus
Serbanest
Sercaia (Sercaia,
Valcea, Halmeag, Vad)
Sf.Gheorghe
Sfantu Gheorghe
Sibiu
Sibot
Sic
Sichevita
Sicula
Siculeni
Sieu (Sieu, Posmus,
Pintc)
Sieu Magherus (Sieu
Magherus,Crainimat)
Sieu-Odorhei
Sieut
Sighetu Marmației
Sighișoara
Sihlea
Silistea
Silistea (Silistea,
Purani)
Silistea Bradului
Silistea Crucii
Silistea Gumest
Silivasu de Campie,
Micest de Campie
Simand
Simeria
Simian
Siminicea
Șimleu Silvaniei
Simnicu de Sus
Simonest
Sinaia
Sinca (Sinca Noua,
Sinca Veche, Vad,
Paltn)
Sinest
Sinest (Stomest)
Singureni
Sinnicolau Mare
Sintea Mare
Sintereag
Sipote (Chiscareni, Iazu
Nou)
Siret
Siretel
Siria
Sirineasa
Siriu
Sirna
Sisest (Ciovarnasani)
Sisest
(Sisest,Bontaneni,Ceta
tele,Danest,Negreia,Pl
opis,Surdest)
Sita Buzaului
Sl. Ciorast
Slănic
Slanic Moldova
Slănic Moldova
Slatna
Slatna Timis
Slatoara
Slava Cercheza
Slimnic
Slivilest
Slobozia
Slobozia Conachi
Slobozia Mandra
Slobozia Moara
Smardan
Smardioasa
Smeeni
Smult
Snagov
Soars
Socodor
Socol
Socond
Sofronea
Sohatu
Sohodol
Soimari
Soimi
Soimus
Solca
Soldanu
Solest
Solont
Solovastru
Șomcuta Mare
Somes-Odorhei
Somova
Sona
Sopot
Sotanga
Sotrile
Sovata
Soveja
Spantov
Spermezeu
Spineni
Sprancenata
Spring
Stalpeni
Stalpu
Stancuta
Stanest
Stanilest
Stanisest
Stanita
Starchiojd
Stauceni
Stefan cel Mare
Stefan Voda
Ștefăneșt
Stefanest
(Stefanest,Stefanest
Sat,Stanca)
Stefanesti De Jos
Stefest
Stei
Ștei
Stejari
Stejaru
Stubieni
Stoenest
Stoienest
Stoilest
Stoina
Stolniceni
Stolnici
Storobaneasa
Straja
Stramtura
Straoane
Strehaia
Strehaia (Comanda)
Strejest
Stremt
Stroiest
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cont...
Strugari
Strunga
Studina
Stulpicani
Suatu
Subcetate
Suceava
Suceava
Suceveni
Sucevita
Suciu de Sus
Sudit
Sugag
Suhaia
Suharau
Suici
Suletea
Sulina
Sulita
Suncuius
Suplac
Suplacu de Barcau
Supuru (Supuru de
Sus, Secheresa)
Sura Mare
Sura Mica
Suraia
Surani
Surdila Gaiseanca
Surduc
Susani
Suseni
Sutest
T. Vladimirescu
Tacuta
Taga
Talmaciu
Tălmaciu
Talpa
Tamadau Mare
Tamaseni
Tamasi
Tamboiest
Tamna
Tanasoaia
Țăndărei
Tansa (Suhulet)
Tantareni
Tarcaia
Tarcau
Tarcea
Târgoviște
Targsoru Vechi
Târgu Bujor
Târgu Cărbuneșt
Târgu Frumos
Târgu Jiu
Târgu Lăpuș
Targu Mures
Târgu Mureș
Târgu Neamț
Târgu Ocna
Târgu Secuiesc
Targul Neamt
Targusor
Tarlisua
Tarlungeni
Tarna Mare (Bocicau,
Valea Seaca)
Tarnava
Târnăveni
Tarnova
Tarsolt
Tartasest
Tasca
Tășnad
Tatarani
Tataranu
Tatarast
Tatarasti de Jos
Tatarasti de sus
Tatarusi
Tatomirest
Taut
Tauteu (Bogei,
Ciutelec)
Tauti Magherausi
(Tauti
Magherausi,Bozanta
Mare)
Tăuții-Măgherăuș
Tazlau
Teaca (Tonciu, Dipsa,
Viile Tecii, Teaca)
Teasc
Techirghiol
Tecuci
Teisani
Teiu
Teiuș
Telciu (Telciu, Telcisor)
Telega
Telest
Teliu
Teliucu Inferior
Tepu
Teregova
Teremia Mare
Teslui
Tetchea
Tetoiu
Tg. Bujor
Tg. Frumos
Tg. Ocna
Tg. Trotus
Tg.Secuiesc
Tg-Carbunest
Tg-Jiu
Tia Mare
Tibana(Poiana
Manastrii)
Tibanest
Tibucani
Tichilest
Ticleni
Țicleni
Ticvaniu Mare
Tifest
Tiganasi
Tiganest
Tigveni
Tiha Bargaului
Tileagd
Timisest
Timișoara
Tinca
Tinosu
Tintest
Tiream
Tisau
Tismana
Titest
Titu
Todireni
Todirest
Tohanu Nou
Tomest
Tomnatc
Tomsani
Topana
Toplet
Topliceni
Toplița
Topolog
Topolovatu Mare
Topoloveni
Toporu
Topraisar
Tormac
Totest
Traian
Traian Vuia
Treznea
Trifest
Trifest
Tritenii de Jos
Trivale Mosteni
Troianu
Trusest
Tudor Vladimirescu
Tudora
Tufeni
Tufest
Tuglui
Tulca
Tulcea
Tulghes
Tulnici
Tulucest
Tunari
Tunarii Vechi
Tupilat
Turburea
Turceni
Turcinest
Turcoaia
Turda
Turia
Turnu Măgurele
Turnu Rosu
Turnu Ruieni
Turt (Gherta Mare)
Turulung (Draguseni)
Tusnad
Tutora
Tutova
Tuzla
Ucea (Ucea de Jos,
Corbi, Ucea de Sus)
Uda
Udest
Uileacu de Beius
Uivar
Uliest
Ulma
Ulmeni
Ulmi
Umbrarest
Ungheni
Ungheni (Bosia)
Ungra
Unguras
Ungureni
Ungureni (Mihai
Viteazu,Plopenii
Mari,Ungureni)
Unguriu
Unirea
Unteni
Urdari
Urecheni
Urechest
Uricani
Uriu (Uriu, Cristesti
Ciceului, Ilisua)
Urlați
Urmenis
Urzica
Urziceni
Urziceni (Foieni)
Urzicuta
V. Ramnicului
Vacarest
Vaculest
Vad
Vadastra
Vadastrita
Vadeni
Vadu Moldovei
Vadu Crisului (Birtn)
Vadu Izei
Vadu Pasii
Vagiulest
Vaideeni
Valcanest
Valcau de Jos
Valcele
Valcelele
Valea Moldovei
Valea Sarii
Valea Seaca
Valea Argovei
Valea Bargaielor
(Bistrita Bargaului,
Prundu Bargaului,
Josenii Bargaului,
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Bargaului)
Valea Calugareasca
Valea Chioarului
Valea Ciorii
Valea Crisului
Valea Danului
Valea Dofanei
Valea Dragului
Valea Iasului
Valea Larga
Valea lui Mihai
Valea Lunga
Valea Macrisului
Valea Mare
Valea Mare Pravat
Valea Nucarilor
Valea Stanciului
Valea
Stanciului+Horezu
Poenari
Valea Ursului
Valea Viilor
Valea Vinului (Rosiori,
Lipau)
Valeni
Valeni Dambovita
Vălenii de Munte
Valu lui Traian
Vama
Vama Buzaului
Vanatori
Vanatori (Iasi)
Vanatori (Rosiori)
Vanatori Nt.
Vanatorii Mici
Vânju Mare
Vanjulet
Varadia de Mures
Varast
Varatec
Varbilau
Varciorog
Varfu Campului
Varfuri
Varfurile
Vargat
Varias
Varlezi
Varsolt
Vartescoiu
Vartoape
Vartop
Varvoru de Jos
Vașcău
Vasilat
Vaslui
Vata de Jos
Vatava
Vatra Moldovitei
Vatra Dornei
Vatra-Dornei
Vedea
Vedea (Include Malu)
Vela
Verbita
Verest
Verguleasa
Vernest
Vetel
Vets (Oar)
Vetrisoaia
Vicovu de Jos
Vicovu de Sus
Victor Vlad Delamarina
Victoria
Victoria (Stanca
,Luceni)
Videle
Vidra
Viile Satu Mare
(Tatarest)
Viisoara
Vinderei
Vinga
Vintla Voda
Vintleasca
Vintu de Jos
Viperest
Visani
Viseu de Jos
Vișeu de Sus
Visina
Visinest
Vistea - Dragus
Vitanest
Vitomirest
Vizantea L.
Viziru
Vl. Marului
Vlad Tepes
Vladaia
Vladeni
Vladeni (Borsa,
Iacobeni)
Vladest
Vladila
Vladimir
Vladimirescu
Vlăhița
Vlasinest
Voicest
Voila
Voineasa
Voinest
Voiteg
Voloiac
Volovat
Voluntari
Voluntari
Vorniceni
Vorona (Vorona
Mare,Vorona Teodoru,
Vorona)
Voslobeni
Vrancioaia
Vrata
Vulcan
Vulcana Bai
Vulcana Pandele
Vulpeni
Vultureni
Vulturest
Vulturu
Vurpar
Vutcani
Zabala
Zabrani
Zadareni
Zagon
Zagra
Zalău
Zam
Zamostea
Zanest
Zapodeni
Zarand
Zărneșt
Zatreni
Zau de Campie
Zavoaia
Zavoi
Zemes
Zetea
Ziduri
Zimandu Nou
Zimnicea
Zizin
Zlatna
Zorleni
Zvoristea
Areas of
non-complaince:
Banov
Banovce nad Bebravou
Banska Bystrica
Banska Stavnica
Bardejov
Batorove Kosihy
Bela - okr. Zilina
Bela nad Cirochou
Belusa
Bernolakovo
Bobrovec
Bojna
Borsky Mikulas
Bosany
Branc
Bratslava
Brestovany
Brezno
Brezova pod Bradlom
Brodske
Bystrany
Bystre
Bytca
Cabaj - Capor
Cadca
Cachtce
Caklov
Cana
Cierna nad Tisou
Cierny Balog
Cifer
Cinobana
Detva
Diakovce
Diviaky nad Nitricou
Divina
Dobsina
Dolna Krupa
Dolna Streda (aglom.
Sered)
Dolna Suca
Dolne Vestenice
Dolny Hricov
Dolny Kubin
Dolny Ohaj
Dolny Stal
Drahovce
Drietoma
Druzstevna pri
Hornade
Dubnica nad Vahom
Dunajska Luzna
Dunajska Streda
Dvory nad Zitavou
Filakovo
Gabcikovo
Gajary
Galanta
Gbelce
Gbely
Gelnica
Giraltovce
Habovka
Halic
Handlova
Hanusovce nad Toplou
Helpa
Hlinik nad Hronom
Hlohovec
Hnusta
Hodrusa - Hamre
Holic
Horka
Horna Suca
Horne Saliby
Horne Srnie
Hrabusice
Slovakia
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Hranovnica
Hrinova
Hronovce
Hrustn
Hubova
Humenne
Huncovce
Hurbanovo
Hvozdnica
Chocholna - Velcice
Chrenovec - Brusno
Chtelnica
Chynorany
Ilava
Ivanka pri Dunaji
Jablonica
Jarovnice
Jaslovske Bohunice
Jasov
Jelka
Jelsava
Jesenske - okr.
Rimavska Sobota
Kajal
Kalinovo
Kamenica nad
Cirochou
Kanianka
Kecerovce
Kendice
Kezmarok
Klenovec
Kmetovo
Kocovce
Kokava nad Rimavicou
Kolarovo
Komarno
Komjatce
Kopcany
Koseca
Kosice
Kosice - Kosicka Nova
Ves
Kosice - Saca
Kovarce
Krakovany
Kralovsky Chlmec
Krasno nad Kysucou
Krasnohorske
Podhradie
Kremnica
Krompachy
Krupina
Kuty
Kysucke Nove Mesto
Kysucky Lieskovec
Ladce
Lednicke Rovne
Lehnice
Lehota pod Vtacnikom
Lendak
Leopoldov
Levice
Levoca
Liesek
Lipany
Liptovska Luzna
Liptovska Teplicka
Liptovsky Hradok
Liptovsky Mikulas
Lozorno
Lucenec
Lucky - okr.
Ruzomberok
Lysa pod Makytou
Majcichov
Malacky
Malcov
Marcelova
Marianka
Markusovce
Martn
Medzev
Medzilaborce
Michalovce
Milhost
Mocenok
Modra
Mojmirovce
Mojzesovo
Moldava nad Bodvou
Moravske Lieskove
Moravsky Svaty Jan
Mostova
Mutne
Myjava
Nalepkovo
Namestovo
Nedozery - Brezany
Nemecka
Nemsova
Nesvady
Nitra
Nitrianske Pravno
Nitrianske Rudno
Nizna - okr. Tvrdosin
Nova Bana
Novaky
Nove Mesto nad
Vahom
Nove Zamky
Novot
Ocova
Okoc
Oravska Jasenica
Oravska Lesna
Oravske Vesele
Oslany
Ostrov - okr. Piestany
Palarikovo
Papradno
Partzanske
Pata
Pavlovce nad Uhom
Pecovska Nova Ves
Pezinok
Piestany
Plavecky Stvrtok
Plesivec
Podbrezova
Podolie
Podolinec
Pohorela
Pohronska Polhora
Polomka
Poltar
Poprad
Poproc - okr. Kosice -
okolie
Povazska Bystrica
Prakovce
Preselany
Presov
Pribeta
Pribovce
Prievidza
Pruske
Puchov
Rabca
Radzovce
Rajec
Rajecke Teplice
Raslavice
Revuca
Richnava
Rimavska Sobota
Rohoznik - okres
Malacky
Rochovce
Roznava
Rudnany
Ruzomberok
Sabinov
Sahy
Sala
Samorin
Sarisske Michalany
Sastn - Straze
Sebedrazie
Secovce
Secovska Polianka
Selice
Senec
Senica
Senkvice
Siroke
Skalica
Sladkovicovo
Sliac
Sliace
Slovenska Lupca
Smolenice
Snina
Sobrance
Sol
Solcany
Soporna
Spisska Bela
Spisska Nova Ves
Spisska Stara Ves
Spisske Bystre
Spisske Podhradie
Spisske Vlachy
Spissky Stvrtok
Stakcin
Stara Lubovna
Stara Tura
Strazske
Strba
Streda nad Bodrogom
Strekov
Stropkov
Stupava
Sturovo
Sucany
Sucha nad Parnou
Surany
Svaty Jur
Svaty Peter
Svidnik
Svit
Svodin
Tekovske Luzany
Terchova
Tesedikovo
Tisovec
Tlmace
Tomasikovo
Topolcany
Topolcianky
Topolniky
Tornala
Trebisov
Trencianska Tepla
Trencianska Turna
Trencianske Stankovce
Trencianske Teplice
Trencin
Trhoviste
Trnava
Trnovec nad Vahom
Trstena
Trstce
Turany
Turcianske Teplice
Turie
Turna nad Bodvou
Turzovka
Tvrdosovce
Udica
Valaska
Valaska Bela
Varin
Vazec
Velka Ida
Velka Lomnica
Velka Maca
Velke Hoste
Velke Kapusany
Velke Kostolany
Velke Levare
Velke Trakany
Velke Uherce
Velke Ulany
Velke Zaluzie
Velky Krts
Slovakia
cont...
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Velky Meder
Velky Saris
Vesele
Vinne
Vitaz
Vlcany
Vrable
Vrakun
Vranov nad Toplou
Vycapy - Opatovce
Vydrany
Vychodna
Vysoke Tatry
Zabokreky
Zakamenne
Zamutov
Zarnovica
Zaskov
Zavadka nad Hronom
Zavod
Zbince
Zborov
Zelenec
Zeliezovce
Zemianska Olca
Ziar nad Hronom
Zilina
Zlate Klasy
Zlate Moravce
Zlatna na Ostrove
Zohor
Zvolen
Zvolenska Slatna
Slovakia
cont...
Slovenia Currently compliant
Spain Areas of
non-complaince:
Andalucia
Abla
Abunol - La Rabita -
Pozuelo
Aguadulce
Albanchez de Magina
Albendin
Albunelas
Alcagete
Alcudia de Guadix-
Esfilana
Alfacar
Algamitas - Villanueva
de San Juan
Algar
Algarinejo
Alhama de Granada
Almedinilla
Almogia
Alomartes
Arafo
Arenas
Arica
Arjona
Arjonilla
Aroche
Arona
Arriate
Arroyo del Ojanco
Aznalcollar
Badolatosa
Baeza
Baeza-Rus-Canena
Bajos y Targoro
Barrio de la Vega
Begijar-Lupion
Benahdux
Benalua de Guadix-
Fonelas
Benalua de Las villas
Benamargosa
Benamaurel
Benameji
Benaojan
Beznar
Binissalem
Buen Paso
Buenavista del Norte
Buzanada
Cabo Blanco
Cabra de Santo Cristo
Cadiar
Cala
Cambil
Campillo Arenas-
Noalejo
Campillo del Rio
Campotejar
Canjayar
Cantllana
Cantoria
Carcabuey
Carcheljo
Carsarabonela
Casares
Casariche
Castellar
Castellar de la Frontera
Castllo de Locubin
Cazorla
Charco Del Pino
Chiclana del Segura
Chilluevar
Chio
Cho
Colmenar
Colomera
Competa
Cortes de Baza
Cortes de la Frontera
Cruz Santa
Cuesta de la Villa
Cuevas Bajas
Cuevas de Almazora
Cuevas del Campo
Cullar
Cumbres Mayores
Darro
Dehesa Alta
Dona Mencia
Durcal Nigueles
El Amparo
El Bebedero
El Calvario
El Carpio Pedro Abad
El Monte
El Rbio
El Rodeo
El Saucejo
El Sauzal
El Tanque de Acentejo
Encinas Reales
Estacio
Estacio de Linac-Baeza
Fondon
Frailes
Fuensanta de Martos
Fuente Carretero
Fuente Pamera
Fuentes de Andalucia
Fuerte del Rey
Gador
Garachico - La Caleta
(Garachico, Los Silos)
Gilena
Guadahortuna
Guargacho
Guaro
Guarroman
Guaza
Guia de Isola (Nucleo)
Herrera
Higuera de Arjona
Hornachuelos
Huercal de Almeria
Huercal Overa
Huesa
Huetor Tajar -
Villanueva de Mesia
Huetor-Santllan
Humilladero
Ibros
Icod de Los Vinos
Icod El Alto
Illora
Isla Baja (Los Silos)
Istan
Iznajar - La Celada - El
Higueral
Iznatoraf
Jabalquinto
Jamilena
Jardin del Sol - Las
Toscas
Jayena
Jerez del Marquesado
Jimena
La Bastona
La Camella
La Campana
La Caridad
La Carlota
La Corujera
La Ferruja
La Florida
La Guancha
La Guardia de Jaen
La Lantejuela
La Luisana
La Luz
La Malaha
La Matanza de
Acentejo
La Montaneta
La Paz
La perdoma
La Peza
La Puerta - Puente de
Genave
La Resbala
La Roda de Ancalucia
La Vera
La Victoria
Lanjaron
Las Arenas - San
Antonio
Las Chafiras
Las Galletas
Las Gananias
Las Martn de la Jara -
Los Corrales
Las Navas de la
Concepcion
las Roas
Le Centnela
Lomo Pelado
Lopera
Los Altos - Arroyos
PAGE 54
Spain
cont...
Los Frontones
Los Guarjares
Los Guierres -
Industrial
Los Menores
Los Rosales
Lucena del Puero
Malpais - San Fernado
Marazul
Maria
Marinaleda
Moclin
monda
Montefrio
Montejicar
Montellano
Monturque
Moraleda de Zafayona
Moriles-Navas del
Sepillar
Nijar
Noguerones
Orce
Orgiva
P.I.R.S.
Palenciana
Pechina
Pedrera
Pedro Martnez
Pegalajar
Penaflor
Periana
Poligono Industrial de
San Isidro
Porcuna
Pozo Alcon
Puebla de Guzman
Puertto de Guimar
Purullena
Radazul
Ravelo Este
Ravelo Oeste
Reaejo Bajo
Riogordo
Rosal de la Frontera
Rute
Sabiote
Salar
San Bartolome de la
Torre
San Isidro -
Campohermoso
San Jose
San Martn del
Tesorillo
San Miguel
San Miguel (La
Orotava)
Santa Elena
Santa Eufemia
Santa Ursula
Santaella
Santo Tome
Sierra de Yeguas
Sorihuela del
Guadalimar
Sta Barbara
Tabaiba
Tabernas
Tamaimo
Tharsis
Tolox
Torreblascopedro
Torrecampo
Torredelcampo
Torres
Ugijar
Valdepeas de Jaen
Valenzuela
Valle de Abdalajis
Valle San Lorenzo
Velez Blanco
Velez de Benaudalla
Velez Rubio
Viator
Vilaflor
Villablance - San
Silvestre
Villanueva de Algaidas
Villanueva de la
Concepcion
Villanueva de la Reina
Villanueva de los
Satllejos - El Almendro
Villanueva de Tapia
Villanueva del
Arzobispo
Villardomparado
Villargordo
Villaverde del Rio
Zahara de los Atunes
Zalamea la Real
Zujar
Zurgena
Galicia
Ainsa
Alaejos
Alcaraz
Alcaudete de la Jara
Aldeamayor de San
Martn
Altorricon
Anso
Aragon
As Pontes de Garcia
Rodriguez
Ayllon
Balazote
Balazote-San Pedro-
Pozuelo
Barrax
Beceite
Belvis de la Jara
Benasque
Benavides de Orbigo
Bielsa
Biescas
Binaced
Boltana
Brihuega
Broto
Cabezon
Calaceite
Campaspero
Candanchu
Candario (Bergondo)
Candelario
Canfranc-Estacion
Cantabria
Carrion de Los Condes
Carrizo de la Ribera
Casasimarro
Casavieja
Castejon de Sos
Castellar de Santago
Castlla y Leon
Castronuno
Cerler
Cifuentes
Cigales
Cisterna
Comunidad de Madrid
Corme (Ponteceso)
Dos Barrios, Cabana de
Yepes, Huerta de
Valdecarabanos
El Molar Sur
El Prevencio
El Puente
Esteiro (Muros)
Fermoselle
Fiscal
Fonz
Fresneda
Fresno El Viejo
Fuentealbilla
Fuentes de Onoro
Gavilanes
Grove
Hecho
Horche
Huete
Jimenez de Jamuz
La Alberca
La Alberca de Zancara
La Gineta
La Guardia
La Seca
Laguna de Negrillos
Lanzahita
Las Mesas
Las Villas
Lezuza
Los Santos
Maella
Mahora
Mazaleon
Mojados
Montemayor de Pililla
Moraleja del Vino
Morales de Toro
Nava del Rey
Nonaspe
Oba
Olmedo
Pantcosa-El Pueyo
Paredes de Nava
Pastrana
Pedro Bernardo
Penas de San Pedro
Petrola
Pobra de Trives
Poi Sanxenxo
Ponteareas
Portllo
Pozo-Canada
Pozohondo
Pozuelo
Pradoluengo
Puebla de Almoradiel
Quijorna
Quintanilla de
Onesimo
Ramales de la Victoria
Rueda
Salas de los Infantes
Sallent de Gallego-
Formigal
San Cristobal de
Entrevias
San Pedro
San Vincente do Mar
(O Grove)
Sanchonuno
Santa Combra
Santa Cristna de la
Polvorosa
Santovenia
Serrada
Sisante
Torla
Torrecilla de Alcaiz
Castelseras
Torrenueva
Tramacastlla de Tena
Trespaderne
Trillo
Valderrobres
Valdestllas
Valdevimbre
Valera de Abajo
Viana de Bolo
Viana de Cega
Villabragima
Villadiego
Villalon de Campos
Villamanan
Villamantlla
Villanua-Castello
Villanueva de Duero
Villarramiel
Villavieja de Yeletes
Villora de Orbigo
PAGE 55
Spain
cont...
Extremadura
Ahigal
Alagon
Alcantara
Alconchel
Alcuescar
Aldeacentenera
Aldeanueva de la Vera
Aldeanueva del
Camino
Alia
Aliseda
Almaraz
Almendral
Almoharin
Artesa de Lleida
Banos de Montemayor
Berlanga
Betea
Bodonal de la Sierra
Brozas
Cabeza la Vaca
Cabezuela del Valle
Calera de Leon
Canamero
Carcaboso
Casar de Caceres
Casas de Don Pedro
Castanar de Ibor
Castlblanco
Cataluna
Ceclavin
Cheles
Cilleros
Corte de Peleas
Cuacos de Yueste
Deleitosa
El Canaveral
El Gordo
Eljas
Esparragosa de la
Serena
Esparragosa de Lares
Falset
Fuelabrada de Los
Montes
Fuente del Maestre
Fuentes de Leon
Galisteo
Garbayela
Garciaz
Garganta la Olla
Garlitos
Garrovillas
Guijo de Galisteo
Guissona
Helechosa
Higuera de la Serena
Higuera de Vargas
Higuera la Real
Horta de Santa Joan
Jedula
Jerte
La Codosera
La Coronada
La Cumbre
La Haba
La Morera
La Nava de Santago
La Parra
La Pesga
La Roca de la Sierra
La Selva del Camp
Losar de la Vera
Madrigal de la Vera
Madrigalejo
Malpartda Plasencia
Mas Altaba
Medellin
Medina de las Torres
Mohedas de
Granadilla
Monistrol de
Montserrat
Monroy
Montanchez
Montemolin
Monterrubio de la
Serena
Navailvillar de Pela
Navas del Madrono
Navezuelas
Nogales
Numomoral
Oliva de Lerida
Orellana La Vieja
Penalsordo
Piornal
Pozuelo de Zarzon
Prades
Puebla de Alconcer
Puebla de Obando
Ribera del Fresno
Riolobos
Rosalejo
Salvaleon
Santa Amalia
Santa Maria
Santago de Alcantara
Santbanez del Bajo
Saorino
Segura de Leon
Serradilla
Talavan
Teremens i
Menarguens
Terrafortuna
Tornavacas
Torre de Miguel
Sesmero
Torrecillas de la Tiesa
Torrefarrera -
Torreserona
Torremiejia
Torremoche
Torreorgaz
Valdeacasa de Tajo
Valdecaballeros
Valdefentes
Valdivia
Valecia del Mombuey
Valencia de Alcantara
Valencia del Ventoso
Valle de la Serena
Valverde de la Vera
Valverde de Leganes
Valverde del Fresno
Vilanova de Segria
Villa del Campo
Villagonzalo
Villanueva de la Vera
Villanueva del Fresno
Villar de Rena
Villar del Rey
Zahinos
Zarza de Grandilla
Zarza de Montachez
Zarza le Mayor
Zorita
Castlla - La Mancha
Aliaguilla
Anover de Tajo
Argamasilla de
Calatrava
Borox
Calera y Chozas
Camunas
Carmena - Escalonilla
Carranque
Cazalegas
Cebolla
Cedilla del Condado
Chiloeches
Corral de Almaguer
El Tobaso
El Viso de San Juan
Fuente El Fresno
Galvez
Gerindote
Harcajo de Santago
Humanes
Illana
isso
Lagartera
LasPedroneras
Mondejar
Montlladel Palancar
Olias
Ontur
Orgaz
Oropesa
Porzuna
Pueblanueva
Quero
Recas
Santa olalla
Urda
Velada
Villa de Don Fadrique
Villafranca de los
Caballeros
Villaluenga de la Sagra
Villamayor de Santago
Villanueva de
Alcardete
Villasquilla de Yepes
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