Planned Danube regulation between Hungarian border and Osijek (HR)


Impacted river length: 53 km Planned structures: 75 groins, 16 km new embankments

In April 2010 Croatian Water Management Authorities have issued an extensive plan for regulation of 53 km of the Danube between the Hungaraian border and the confluenec of the Drava into the Danube at Osijek. This should be achieved by the implementation of about 75 new river regulation structures (groins) and by building of 16 km long new embankments to fix the natural river banks. This includes also some works on the Serbian part of the Danube. Currently an Environmental Impact Assessment is being carried out in Croatia and is expected to enter into the public hearing process soon.


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Tanja Nikowitz

Occupation: Biologist
Location: Austria


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