Water treatment plants in Macedonia no longer have funds for electricity bills, says DIZS head


Sreten Stojkovski, the director of the State Environmental Inspectorate (DIZS), briefed on Wednesday that the water treatment plants in Macedonia, i.e. the institutions that manage them, face the inability to pay the high electricity bills.
Stojkovski said that if before their electricity bills were a million denars, now they are up to eight times higher.
“Water treatment plants are all the rage these days because of the high electricity bills that come their way. Already the treatment stations in the cities where there are, announce that they will not be able to purify the waste water. I discussed that with the head of the Environmental and Wastewater Administration to make a report to the Government, because if the bills were one million, now they are eight million,” Stojkovski warned.

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