The applicant was the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute which was delegated by the Ministry of Environment to monitor and assess the state of underground and surface waters in the Czech Republic according to the Water Act. The goal of this project was to reconstruct the national underground water monitoring networks and a part of the surface waters monitoring networks and to provide the institute with information technologies so that monitoring and assessment meet the requirements given by the EC directives, mainly Directive 2000/60/EC establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water policy.
|contractor:|| Subterranean waters monitoring: Association Sledování podzemních vod with the company TOPGEO BRNO, spol. s r.o.|
Surface waters monitoring: Jan NAIDR spol. s r.o.
Data processing and transfer and information distribution: Simac Technik ČR, a.s.
|supervisor:||Vodohospodářský rozvoj a výstavba a.s.|
|Total project cost:||508 968 000 CZK|
|Total cost from the Financial Memorandum :||18 248 467 EUR|
|Total eligible cost of the project:||16 894 356 EUR|
|Total eligible cost from the Financial Memorandum :||16 856 600 EUR|
|Rate of Cohesion Fund assistance:||75%|
|Webpage of the project:||http://www.chmi.cz|
|Address of final beneficiary:||Czech Hydrometeorological Institute|
Na Šabatce 17
143 06 Praha 4-Komořany