New groundwater control wells were constructed on the aquifers of Ljubljansko polje and Ljubljansko barje. This new wells will enable better control regarding groundwater chemical status. New observation objects will form a new monitoring network of groundwater chemical status on the aquifers of Ljubljansko polje and Ljubljansko barje.
F.17 Transfer of existing technologies, know-how, methods and procedures into practiceCOBISS.SI-ID: 1926997
In the publication, Slovenian water resources protection system is presented. Groundwater has a prevailing share in the balance of Slovenia's water resources and in the public drinking water supply. The European Water Framework Directive (WFD) demands that the state establishes a good chemical and quantity status in all surface and ground water bodies. Three important intergranular aquifers are in the danger of not achieving the WFD demands by 2015. The current Rules on the criteria for the determination of groundwater protection areas determine four categories of water protection areas, introducing different degrees of problematic land use limitation. The article presents also supplementary measures contained in the draft of the Slovenian Water Management Plan, intended to establish a good quality status also in these heavily polluted aquifers.
F.23 Development of new system-wide, normative and programme solutions, and methodsCOBISS.SI-ID: 1950549