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The Case for Investment. Cohesion Funding and Europe's Water

The Case for Investment

Cohesion Funding and Europe’s Water:

Successes to Date, Challenges Ahead


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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INTRODUCTION FROM VICTOR BOSTINARU MEP

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 better focus on spending

priorities on a domestic level.

The EU budget is different from

national budgets. The EU budget is an

investment tool to support long-term

development and strategic European

co-operation. 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

additional instruments to the member

states and the regions that are crucial

in times of austerity.

As such, in my 2012 report presented

to the European Parliament's

Committee 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 budgeting 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

promoting energy efficiency, job

creation 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 – starting

with the city of Brussels, in which the

European Union’s institutions 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

cities, regions and countries. Every

country needs to apportion 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 innovation

centres that devise solutions to

challenges facing the sector.

The challenge to the European Union

is clear. At a time 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 position of

economic growth while at the same

time bringing about demonstrable

benefits to the quality of life of

millions of European citizens.

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

formulating legislation in respect of the water

sector; including regulations governing water

monitoring requirements, cleanliness and

chemical treatment.

• A total of 6,311 areas across Europe are still not

in compliance with European Union laws

governing the water sector.

• Romania is the country with least compliance

with EU water legislation 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

legislation span both north and south Europe and

occur in both old and new EU member states.

• Non-compliance with EU water legislation 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 (particularly those

from the 2004 and 2007 accession waves) in

bringing their domestic water standards into

compliance with the law.

• Ongoing EU investment in the water sector is

crucial for improving the quality of life of EU

citizens, providing employment opportunities and

encouraging ongoing research and innovation 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

instituted while infrastructure and legal

compliance challenges remain in so many EU

member states.

The information contained in the report has been

obtained from formal European Commission sources,

including information that is available as a matter of

public record. The research reflects the position for

the year 2012/3.For further information, contact the

European Commission’s Europe Direct service on

00 800 67891011 or visit http://bit.ly/hqTvYi

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Visit Liege

Home to some of Belgium’s

72 areas of non-compliance

Brilliant

Balaton

One of 631 cases of

non-compliance in Hungary

Amazing

Alcantara

Just one of 1,148 areas of

non-compliance in Spain

Areas of Europe not

compliant with EU

water legislation

Perfect

Porto Alto

Albeit one of 201 areas of

non-compliance in Portugal

Greetings

from Pisa

Leaning into Italy’s 443

areas of non-compliance

Party

Polic

Where Gr

22 cases


Enjoy Kosice

A highlight of Slovakia’s 356

cases of non-compliance

Beautiful

Brasov

Just one of Romania’s 2,476

areas of non-compliance

Holiday

in Varna

One of Bulgaria’s 901 areas

of non-compliance

Head to

Ayia Napa

Find some of Cyprus’ 57

cases of non-compliance here

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AN INTRODUCTION TO THE COHESION FUND

AND WATER INVESTMENTS

The Cohesion Fund was set up in 1994

in order to provide funding for

environmental projects and transnational

transport infrastructure

projects and spans several distinct

funding streams; all designed to raise

the quality of life of European citizens

and increase economic activity in

regions whose economies lag behind

the rest of the EU.

The Fund has proved particularly

crucial in respect of assisting member

states in remedying problems with

their national water infrastructure;

improving public health and increasing

the degree to which EU member states

adhere to legislation mandating the

scrupulous testing and cleanliness of

water.

The support from the Cohesion Fund is

based on the principle of “cofinancing.”

The maximum rate of

support for any specific investment

projects brought about by the

Cohesion Fund can only amount to

85% with individual national

governments or member states also

having to make up the remaining 15%

from their own national budgets.

Writing 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

stimulate growth potential by focussed

investment in collective services

needed to ensure long-term

competitiveness. Dimas argued that

massive investment in water

infrastructure was required to upgrade

and extend water and sanitation

systems to new member states whose

laws were not in line with EU law.

Regional competitiveness and

employment: To anticipate and

promote economic change and

development by improving

competitiveness and attractiveness

through investments in the knowledgebased

economy and innovation. 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 sensitive to

environment and human concerns.

Therefore, this funding stream had

clear relevance to the need for

member states to adhere to stringent

environmental standards.

Cooperation: To promote the balanced

and sustainable development of all

regions of the European Union so as to

ensure that one region, country or subregion

(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

instituted a clear “barrier effect” which

harmed this sense of equal

development. 1

1

Making the Structural and Cohesion Funds Water Positive, Commissioner Stavros

Dimas and the European Network of Environmental Authorities, February 2006.

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For the period from 2007 to 2013 the following funding streams

were made available for water-related projects:

Item

Funding stream available

European Regional

Development Fund

European Social

Fund

Cohesion Fund

Scientific studies, inventories and mapping

X

Awareness-raising campaigns

X

Monitoring systems and risk analyses

X

Water-saving solutions for industry

X

Adapting existing water infrastructure X X

Improvement of water networks X X

Equipment acquisition

X

Why invest in water

The benefits of Cohesion Fund investments in water-related projects are

clear to see; spanning economic, environment and social factors.

Economic

✓ Lower costs and improved competitiveness for economic entities whose primary business operations 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 innovative 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-lasting infrastructure can lead to reduced maintenance charges and

processing costs; saving both private businesses and taxpayers money;

✓ Lasting 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 activity and development;

✓ Increased opportunities for development of the tourism sector based on greater confidence in the safety

of drinking water supplies or recreational waters (i.e. seaside areas or inland lakes).

Environmental

✓ Increasing the quality of water brings clear benefits to public health in terms of reduced illnesses brought

about by water contamination by both chemical compounds and natural properties (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 domestic and industrial demands.

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Social

✓ Improved human health and the elimination 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 opportunities in relation to research and development into, construction of and

maintenance/operation of technologies;

✓ High public awareness of the need to invest in robust water infrastructure can engender lasting debates

in communities about water security, quantity and quality;

✓ Increased tourism and investment as a result of improvements in the attractiveness of the area in which

infrastructure developments are upgraded.

Funding streams explained

Legal basis

The Cohesion Fund’s operations are

enshrined in Article 161 of the Treaty

establishing the European Community

(“scope of assistance”) which states

that:

Assistance from the Fund shall be

given to actions 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 particular

priority projects of common

interest as identified by

Decision No 1692/96/EC;

b. the environment within the

priorities assigned to the

Community environmental

protection policy under the

policy and action 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 administration of how money

related to the Cohesion Fund is spent

is a fairly unique case in terms of the

general operation 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 negotiates 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

selecting which projects they

wish to carry out and then

monitor their implementation;

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 “operational programme”)

the individual government of the

European Union member state in

question appoints:

a) a managing authority (a national,

regional or local public authority

or public/private body to manage

the operational programme);

b) a certification body (a national,

regional or local public authority

or body to certify the statement

of expenditure and the payment

applications before their

transmission to the Commission);

c) an auditing body (a national,

regional or local public authority

or body for each operational

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

inequalities 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 priorities for this fund are

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mandated as follows:

• Research, development and

innovation;

• Improving access to and quality

of information and

communication technologies;

• Climate change and moves

towards a low-carbon economy;

• Business support for small and

medium-sized enterprises;

• Telecommunications, energy and

transport infrastructure;

• Enhancing institutional capacity

i.e. civil service reform;

• Health, education 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 transition or moredeveloped

regions must be spent on

energy efficiency and renewable

energy projects. Countries considered

to be less-developed will have more

latitude as to how ERDF funding is

spent, although 50% of their budgets

will have to be spent on energy

efficiency, renewables, innovation 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 educational

opportunities. The fund has four main

policy priorities:

• Promoting increased employment

across the EU, including

supporting labour mobility;

• Promoting social inclusion and

reducing poverty and

inequalities;

• Providing assistance for increased

investments in education, skills

and life-long learning;

• Enhancing state capabilities i.e.

improving public administration

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 solutions, enhance

the use of information technology,

strengthen research and development

capabilities and boost SME

competitiveness.

The 2007 to 2013 Budget Round

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

objective” 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 creation. 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

allocations made available to each

European Union member state were

as per the table on the following page.

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Country Country Convergence Objective 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

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.

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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:

Objective

Financial

Instruments

Eligibility

Financial Allocation

(Million €, 2004

prices)

Regions/countries

receiving allocation

Convergence

ERDF

Regions whose GDP per head is less than

75% of the EU average.

177,083 (57.5%)

84 regions (31.7% of

EU27 population)

ESF

‘Tapering’ transitional 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")

12,521 (4.1%)

58,308 (18.9%)

16 regions (3.4% of

EU27 population)

Cohesion

Fund

Member States whose GDP per head is less

than 90% of the Community average for

the period 2001-03

3,250 (1.0%)

All 2004/7 Member

States, Portugal and

Greece

‘Tapering’ transitional 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

Subtotal:

251,162 (81.5%)

Spain

Regional

Competitiveness

and

Employment

ERDF

ESF

Regions not covered by the Convergence

Objective or by transitional support

Transitional support for regions which

were covered by Objective 1 in the 2000-

06 framework (which corresponds to the

present Convergence Objective) 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

population)

13 regions

(3.9% of the EU27)

European

Territorial

Cooperation

EDRF

(i) Cross-border co-operation. regions that

have maritime, national or EU borders

(ii) Trans-national co-operation. All

European regions are eligible but the

Commission has identified 13 cooperation

zones

(iii) Inter-regional co-operation and setting

up networks and exchanges of

experience.

Subtotal:

7,750 (2.5%)

Total:

308,041

(100%)

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Country-by-country analysis

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 still not

compliant with EU water laws and

require substantial continued EU

support in order to be able to do so.

Bulgaria

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 particular

regions, the relatively 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” objective.

Bulgaria was allocated a total budget

of €6 billion in Cohesion Fund monies

for the period 2007-2013. At the

time the money was allocated to the

country the Bulgarian government

declared that their “number one

priority” would be the preservation

and improvement of the

environmental conditions of the

water in the country by improving

water supply and wastewater

infrastructure to the standards

required by EU law. In particular, the

country outlined its wish to bring

about the construction and

modernisation 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

additional 1,845,000 people, and 22

integrated waste management

systems serving an additional 3.5

million people. 2

Case study: “Ruse is a city of

160,000 inhabitants with a

harbour on the Danube. The

European Union funded the

rehabilitation and extension of the

water supply and sewerage

network, along with the

construction of an urgently needed

waste water treatment plant. The

main objective of this project was

to protect the environment by

reducing pollution in the Danube,

and to increase the reliability of the

water supply and the efficient use

of water resources. The total

estimated cost of the project was

€46.8 million, with an EU

contribution of €35 million.” 3

Czech Republic

For the period from 2007

to 2013, the Czech

Republic was allocated a

total of €23.6 billion for cohesionrelated

projects. Nearly 40% of the

total allocation was spent on

environment-related projects such as

waste water treatment and measures

to reduce air pollution.

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

Case study: “The objective was to reduce surface and wastewater pollution in the South-East region of Jihovýchod in

the Czech Republic. The implementation of the project enabled an additional 4,198 inhabitants to be connected to

the new wastewater infrastructure, while the overall rehabilitation of existing sewerage systems benefited up to 15

469 inhabitants, 115 of whom were connected to the wastewater infrastructure for the first time. 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.” 5

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 Evaluation of Environmental and Risk Prevention Under Structural and Cohesion Funds for the Period 2007-2013 , National Evaluation

Report for Czech Republic

5

INFOREGIO

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Estonia

For the period from 2007

to 2013, Estonia was

allocated a total of €3

billion for cohesion-related projects.

At the time 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. 6

In 2010, however, the Estonian

National Audit Office published a

report stating that the country would

be "unable to guarantee sufficient

waste water treatment in all built-up

areas in the country" in a timely

enough manner to bring the country

into full compliance with EU water

law. The report concluded that "too

little 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." 7

Case study: “It was necessary to

launch a programme

reconstructive of water and

wastewater networks in Narva city.

The project consisted of the

replacement of some 26 km water

distribution pipelines, the

reconstruction 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 reduction of

health risks for the population.

Leakages reduced to 20%.

Wastewater disposal improved the

hygienic conditions and the quality

of the environment.”

Cyprus

For the period from 2007

to 2013, Cyprus was

allocated a total of €580

million for cohesion-related projects.

At the time, the Cypriot Government

described investments in "basic

infrastructure in the environment

and energy sectors" as their top

"priority axis," including the

"construction of pipes for the

collection and transfer of waste,

construction of pumping stations and

waste treatment stations, tanks for

storing processed water and central

water distribution pipes." 8

Case study: "EU funds will help to bring state of the art sewage facilities to

a region of Europe that currently has no modern sewage system. Until

completion of the “Sewerage System of Kokkinochoria Complex” project,

every householder in the Kokkinochoria area is responsible for the building,

maintenance and operation of his or her own septic tank and absorption pit.

The project involves constructing a new system for the collection, conveyance

and centralised treatment of urban sewage from the ‘Kokkinochoria

Complex’. Eleven new wastewater pumping stations will be installed, along

with new transfer and mains systems to link the local communities. 432 jobs

will be created during the project’s implementation, with a further 13 longterm

jobs in place when construction is over. The total project cost €95 million

of which the EU provided €64.6 million." 9

Latvia

For the 2007 to 2013

period, Latvia was allocated

a total of 4.09 billion Euros

for cohesion-related projects. Upon

confirmation of this figure, the

Latvian Government announced that

"water management infrastructure

and services" would be amongst their

top priorities in the field of

environmental policy.

6

Managing Authority for Operational Programme Development of the Economic Environment, Estonia

7

Toomas Mattson, Communication Manager of National Audit Office of Estonia

8

Overview of the mechanisms of Structural and Cohesion Funds, Cyprus Institute of Energy

9

Instrument for Structural Policies for Pre-Accession Monitoring Department, European Commission

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Lithuania

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 communities. 10

The results of this investment were

quickly felt in Lithuania with the

country’s Minister for the

Environment Valentinas 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

cities 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 stations – 380

• Additional citizens connected to

centralised wastewater network

lines – 36,794

• Additional citizens connected to

centralised water supply network

lines – 35,993

• New wastewater treatment

plants – 35

• Reconstructed wastewater

treatment plants – 15

Malta

For the 2007 to 2013

period, Latvia was allocated

a total of 761 million Euros

for cohesion-related projects. When

seeking to define their objectives 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 priorities for the period up to

the end of 2013.

Poland

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 relatively

large population 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 Operational

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

protection of earth" would be

amongst its fifteen "priority axes" for

implementation. 15

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 municipalities of Nawojowa and Kamionka Wielka. As a result

of the implementation of the project the water supply system will be connected to around 8,000 inhabitants of the

cities of Nowy and Stary Sącz and municipality Nawojowa. The modernization of the water purification station

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

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

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Romania

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

indicating their priorities. In

Romania’s case, several of the

priorities for the 2007-2013 funding

round had clear relevance to the

water sector:

• Priority axis 1: Extension and

modernization of water and

wastewater systems. This

priority sought to address one of

the main weaknesses of the

water and wastewater systems

reflecting poor rate of

connection of the communities

to basic water and wastewater

infrastructure (52%), poor quality

of drinking water and lack of

sewerage collection and

treatment facilities 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 activities

(public transport, urban heating,

local electricity, etc.) and due to

long term under-investments,

poor management, lack of long

term development strategies and

business plans.

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

• Priority axis 5: Implementation of

adequate infrastructure of

natural risk prevention in

vulnerable areas. Support under

this priority axis was intended to

focus on investments providing

for adequate level of protection

against floods by improvements

of the economic, environmental,

ecological and conservation

status in the most vulnerable

flood areas.

• Priority axis 6 (“technical

assistance”): The aim of this

priority was to ensure the

efficient implementation of EU

law in respect of environmental

standards, as well as encouraging

the use of innovative

technologies. 17

Case study: “Piatra Neamt is a

medium-sized town with a

population of about 125,000,

situated in the north-east part of

Romania. Our project involved the

elimination of waste previously

unsafely deposited in the streets by

means of the introduction of safe

and sound collection methods

contributes to the reduction of

health risks. A substantial increase

in waste recycling, a reduction in

waste disposed in landfill, and

reduced soil and water pollution

levels were achieved. The EU

contribution 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

entire population. The four-year project targets some 59,700 people and

will include the construction of three wastewater treatment plants. It will

be implemented over four years. New wastewater treatment plants are

to be built in Bragadiru-Cornetu, Domnesti-Ciorogarla, and Branesti –

capable respectively of handling sewage for populations equivalent to

16,200, 13,000 and 11,330. The local economy will benefit from the

creation of 170 jobs during the project implementation and almost 50

jobs during the operating stage. The EU contribution 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

distribution, and wastewater collection 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 estimated that 95% of the inhabitants will be connected to

the drinking water network and safe water resources, representing an

additional 25,800 inhabitants connecting to the safe drinking water

supply system. The connection rate to the sewer collection system will

reach 94%, bringing in an additional 59,391 inhabitants to the

wastewater system. The project is also expected to directly mobilise 310

jobs during the implementation phase and 10 jobs during the operating

stage. The EU contribution to this project is €107.7 million of the total

€138.8 million cost.”

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Case study: “A project is currently underway to bring

about the extension and rehabilitation of water and

wastewater systems in Medias, Agnita and Dumbraveni

regions in Sibiu County. The project consists of the

replacement and construction of 45 km distribution

pipelines, the rehabilitation 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. Particularly, the investment

will improve the quality of life of the citizens living in the

service area by ensuring better access to drinking water

and wastewater services: 100 % of the population living

in the municipalities of Medias, Agnita and Dumbraveni

will have access to compliant drinking water supply after

project implementation and 100% of the population of the

concerned wastewater agglomerations will be connected

to the sewerage system.”

Case study: “A project is underway to bring

about the extension and the rehabilitation of

water and wastewater systems in Calarasi

County. It will be implemented for the

agglomerations of Calarasi, Urziceni, Oltenita,

Lehliu, Fundulea and Budesti. The ultimate

purpose is to promote the compliance with the

relevant EU environmental legislation and in turn

improve the quality of the water services. The

project involves the rehabilitation and extension

of 81 km of sewers, the construction of 13

pumping stations, the extension and

rehabilitation of five wastewater treatment

plants. The target population served will be of

117,000 people. The EU is funding roughly 80%

of the €99 million project.”

Slovenia

For the 2007 to 2013

period, Slovenia was

allocated a total of €3.7

billion for cohesion-related projects.

Following the granting of these

monies, the Slovene Government

confirmed that issues relating 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

construction of waste water

treatment plants, the installation of

main water supply systems and longterm

protection of existing and

potential potable water sources… the

EU and the National Government will

provide respectively €325,483,339

and €57,438,237 respectively, for this

program, for a total investment of

€382.921.576.” 19

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 latter 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, education 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 classification 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.

Additional collectors of a total length of 7.7 kilometres were installed and

six pumping stations and five retention 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 Directive and the

National Environmental Action 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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Slovakia

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

domestic 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

population connected to waste water

treatment plants to 81% and the

proportion of the population supplied

with drinking water from public water

supply networks to 91%. 20

Case study: “The Myjava waste water treatment plant is located in the

Trenčin region close to the Myjava river. The main objective of the project

was to reconstruct and intensify the works of the existing Myjava WWTP in

order to achieve compliance with European environmental law. The project’s

secondary objective was to protect water quality: the Myjava river, which is

a natural monument, together with its riverside vegetation, represents a

significant landscape and eco-stabilising factor. The vegetation also protects

the river body from pollution by absorbing part of the fertilizers washed down

from the surrounding fields. In the longer term, the reconstructed WWTP

should create favourable conditions for the preservation 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%.

After 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

Hungary

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

utility network and wastewater

treatment facilities 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 locations in

Hungary… most facilities need

refurbishment, and many need

complete replacement of

infrastructure.” 22

As such, the country faced significant

challenges in bringing its domestic

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.

20

Results of the Negotiations 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

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 communities, is treated by an

existing waste water treatment plant

which was upgraded in 2008. Four

thousand people were connected to

the waste water collection system in

the City of Szombathely, an increase

from 92.4% to 96.7% of the

population. The project also

contributed to mitigating negative

environmental impacts including

odour nuisance, contamination of

groundwater and surface water from

storm-water overflows and sewage

flooding. It also provided a

sustainable sludge disposal solution

that complies with EU environmental

legislation. The European Union

made a financial contribution of

€11.9 million to this project, out of a

total budget of €19.8 million.” 23

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The 2014-2020 Budget Round

On 6th October 2011, the European

Commission announced its draft

legislative package to underpin the

operation of the Cohesion Fund for

the period from 2014 to 2020. The

proposal focussed on a number of

distinct areas, including:

• Concentrating on boosting

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’ objective 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 distinction, however,

was drawn between regions

considered to be less developed (i.e.

North East Romania), in transition

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

transition 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 competitiveness in

the field of the digital economy or

shifting 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 transition

regions and 52% for more developed

regions. This calculation resulted in a

minimum overall share of the overall

EU cohesion fund budget of 25%,

equating to €84 billion.

The Cohesion Fund, it was decided,

would continue to support EU

member states with a Gross National

Income (GNI) per capita of less than

90% with their efforts to invest in

trans-European transportation

projects such as motorways or railway

systems and environment-related

projects such as water infrastructure.

One of the key criticisms 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 allocating

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

transition regions and 50% in

more developed regions;

• ‘Partnership Contracts’ will be

introduced between the EU and

entities receiving funding in

order to improve transparency

and accountability in the funding

process.

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EUROPEAN UNION WATER LAW

European Union regulation of

European water began in 1975 with

standards for those of our rivers and

lakes used to provide drinking water,

and resulted in setting binding quality

targets for drinking water in 1980 with

the Ground Water Directive on

dangerous substances. This directive

aimed to improve the quality of fish

waters, shellfish waters, bathing

waters and groundwater.

After a period of review the EU

launched a second phase of water

legislation which, in the early 1990s,

resulted in the:

• Urban Waste Water Treatment

Directive, providing for secondary

(biological) waste water

treatment, and even more

stringent treatment where

necessary;

• Nitrates Directive, addressing

water pollution by nitrates from

agriculture;

Later in the decade the EU adopted

the Drinking Water Directive, which

tightened water quality standards, and

the Directive for Integrated Pollution

and Prevention Control (IPPC) which

aimed to reduce pollution from large

industrial installations.

Throughout this process there were

growing calls for a more

comprehensive approach to water

regulation and legislation. The

European Parliament and European

Council requested that the

Commission bring forward a single

piece of legislation to combine all of

the disparate and fragmented pieces

of water legislation.

After widely consulting NGOs, the

academic community and industry the

Commission published

its proposal for the Water Framework

Directive which was duly adopted.

European action on water has since

focussed on the proper

implementation of existing legislation

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 Directive.

Water Framework Directive

In 2000 the EU agreed the terms of the

Water Framework Directive (WFD). All

Member States had been required to

produce River Basin Management

Plans (RBMPs) by 2009, and these

provide the basis for protecting,

improving and maintaining the

environmental condition 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

objective is to be reported at the

earlier milestone dates. There are a

number of objectives in respect of

which the quality of water is

protected. The key aims of this at

European level are general protection

of the aquatic ecology, specific

protection of unique and valuable

habitats, protection of drinking water

resources, and protection of bathing

water. In practice, “good” status

means a general requirement for

ecological protection, and a general

minimum chemical standard.

Under the Water Framework Directive,

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 sixyearly

basis, specifying the actions

required within each period to achieve

set environmental quality objectives.

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 information and

consultation. 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 quantitative criteria.

There are more limited criteria for

assessing the status of heavily

modified and artificial water bodies;

groundwater status is assessed on

quantitative 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 composition, and

to reverse any human induced upward

pollution trend.

There are over 30 differing criteria for

assessing the status of rivers, lakes,

transitional waters and coastal waters,

but they all include consideration of:

• biological quality, including

presence or absence of

various algae, plants, fish and

invertebrates;

• physical and chemical quality,

including oxygenation and

nutrient conditions;

• environmental quality

standards for levels of

specific pollutants, such as

pesticides; and

• physical aspects that support

the biological quality of

the water body, such as

the quantity and dynamics

of water flow

(hydromorphological quality)

There are a number of exemptions to

the general objectives, including

disproportionate cost, which allow for

less stringent objectives, extension of

the deadline beyond 2015 or the

implementation of new projects.

For all these exemptions, strict

conditions must be met and a

justification must be included in the

river basin management plan.

The WFD also acts to coordinate the

measures outlined in previous

directives aimed at specific pollution

problems such as the Urban Waste

Water Treatment Directive and the

Nitrates Directive, which together

tackle the problem of eutrophication

(as well as health effects such as

microbial pollution in bathing water

areas and nitrates in drinking water);

and the Integrated Pollution

Prevention and Control Directive,

which deals with chemical pollution.

In practice coordination means that

where implementation of these

directives does not result in the river

basin achieving the status required by

the WFD, the Member State must

“identify exactly why, and design

whatever additional measures are

needed to satisfy all the objectives

established. These might include

stricter controls on polluting emissions

from industry and agriculture, or

urban waste water sources.”

The WFD both assimilates and

replaces previous water legislation. It

replaces the initial water legislation

such as the directives on surface

water, measurement methods and

sampling frequencies and exchanges

of information on fresh water quality,

fish water, shellfish water, and

groundwater and the directive on

dangerous substances discharges.

The Surface Water Abstraction

Directive was repealed in December

2007 and replaced by amended Water

Supply Regulations and elements of

the Water Framework Directive.

The Blueprint to Safeguard Europe’s

Water Resources

Since 2010, the European Commission

has reviewed EU freshwater policy,

with a particular focus on the WFD.

This has included a preliminary study,

or “fitness check,” of the relevance,

coherence, effectiveness 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 quantities

for all.

The Commission has stated that the

Blueprint is the policy response to

firstly the challenges to water resource

management posed by

implementation issues arising out of

the current EU policy framework, and

secondly the need to develop

measures to tackle water availability

and water quantity problems. While

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the time horizon of the Blueprint will

be 2020, the underpinning analysis

will cover a timespan up to 2050.

The need to consider water protection

issues extends to other EU policies.

Two of these areas are: the adaptation

of EU agriculture and forestry to

climate change; and innovation in EU

agriculture. In both of these water

resource management is a key policy

consideration:

• expanding the scope of water

protection 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;

• getting the citizen involved more

closely;

• streamlining legislation.

Groundwater Directive

Article 17 of the Water Framework

Directive required the Commission to

propose specific measures to prevent

and control groundwater pollution and

achieve “good” quantitative and

chemical status by 2015. To this end

the Commission produced the

Groundwater Directive in 2006. The

Directive requires Member States to

carry out pollution trend studies, the

reversal of these trends by 2015 and

the introduction of measures to

prevent or limit inputs of pollutants

into groundwater so that WFD

environmental objectives can be

achieved by 2015.

Drinking Water Directive

The Drinking Water Directive sets

microbiological, chemical and

organoleptic quality standards for

drinking water quality at the tap and

the general obligation 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 information on their

drinking water quality.

The Directive sets a total of 48

microbiological and chemical

parameters that must be monitored

and tested regularly. These are based

on World Health Organisation (WHO)

guidelines. Member States are

allowed to “gold plate” this legislation

when introducing national legislation,

but also may derogate from the

chemical quality standards as long as

there is not a potential danger to

human health and provided that the

supply of water intended for human

consumption in the area concerned

cannot be maintained by any other

reasonable means.

Nitrates Directive

The Nitrates Directive aims to reduce

water pollution by nitrate from

agricultural sources and to prevent

such pollution occurring in the future;

it forms an integral part of the Water

Framework Directive and is one of the

key instruments in the protection of

waters against agricultural pressures.

It requires Member States to identify

polluted or threatened waters (those

with high levels of nitrates), to

designate vulnerable zones that

contribute to nitrate pollution which

are to be subject to Action

Programmes to reduce pollution, and

to establish a voluntary code of good

agricultural practice to be adopted by

farmers. Most importantly, the

Directive requires national monitoring

and reporting every four years on

nitrates concentrations and

eutrophication.

Urban Waste Water Directive

The Urban Waste Water Directive is

designed to reduce the pollution of

freshwater, estuarine and coastal

waters by domestic sewage and

industrial waste water. The Directive

concerns the collection, treatment and

discharge of urban waste water and

the treatment and discharge of waste

water from certain industrial sectors.

The Directive regulates industrial

waste water entering collecting

systems and the disposal of waste

water and sludge from urban waste

water treatment plants.

By 2006 all agglomerations of between

2,000 and 10,000 p.e. which discharge

their effluent into sensitive areas, and

all agglomerations of between 2,000

and 15,000 p.e. which do not

discharge into such areas, must have

had a collection and treatment system

installed. The Directive also requires

Member States to draw up lists of

sensitive and less sensitive areas

which receive the treated waters. The

treatment of urban water is to be

varied according to the sensitivity of

the receiving waters.

The Directive 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 Pollution Prevention and

Control Directive

The Integrated Pollution Prevention

and Control Directive requires certain

industrial and agricultural installations

with a high pollution potential to have

a permit. For a permit to be issued by

a Member State the installation must:

• use the best available pollutionprevention

techniques (which

produce the least waste or use less

hazardous substances);

• prevent all large-scale pollution;

• prevent, recycle or dispose of waste

in the least polluting way possible;

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• use energy efficiently;

• ensure accident prevention and

damage limitation;

• return sites to their original state

when the activity is over.

Directive requires that by the 2015

season all bathing water should be of

a “sufficient” standard.

Member States are obliged to monitor

these installations to ensure

compliance and there is a regular

exchange of information on best

available monitoring techniques

between the Commission, the

Member States and the industries

concerned.

Bathing Water Directive

The 2006 Bathing Water Directive

replaces the former 1976 Bathing

Water Directive. 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 therapeutic

purposes and confined waters

artificially separated from surface

water and groundwater. The Directive

aims to provide up to date information

to citizens about the quality of bathing

water, as well as ensuring this quality.

As such it requires regular (at least

four times a season) monitoring of the

levels of intestinal enterococci and

escherichia coli in bathing waters. The

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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

relation to the quality of Europe’s

water infrastructure, there are many

areas of Europe which still 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-admitted 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,

cities and agglomerations (individual

water treatment systems) – are not

compliant with European Union

legislation in respect of water

standards.

This document does not claim to

provide an exhaustive and definitive

list of all areas of the European Union

that are not currently in compliance

with water treatment standards. The

status of individual agglomerations

can change at any time depending on

work completed by the local, regional

and national 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 legislation, they

leave themselves open to the threat of

legal action by the European

Commission. If the European

Commission is successful in

challenging the country’s noncompliance

in the European Court of

Justice, the court then has the power

to impose significant fines upon the

country in question 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

legislation 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 Justice ruling imposing a daily

penalty of €62,000 on Belgium for the

failure of 114 areas to comply with the

Urban Waste Water Treatment

Directive.

If such a fine was applied to each EU

area, this would total €3,026,124 or

€1,104,535,260 per year. 24 Noncompliance

with environmental laws

in respect of the water sector not only

poses a significant risk in relation 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 noncompliance

with European Union

water legislation were found in

Romania. Romania’s failings in this

respect are rooted in infrastructure

weaknesses. Industrial pollution is also

a consequence of outdated

infrastructure, weak enforcement of

regulations and the absence of

economic incentives to promote

cleaner production. In turn,

infrastructure weaknesses are rooted

in the limited availability of finances

for upgrading and modernisation.

Given that Romania joined the

European Union in 2007, the country

has until the end of 2018 to bring their

water infrastructure, treatment and

testing systems up to acceptable

standards or face sanctions.

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 population) and

the second and third cities Cluj-

Napoca (309,136) and Timișoara

(303,708).

Bulgaria

Given that Bulgaria joined the

European Union in 2007, the country

has until the end of 2018 to bring their

water infrastructure, treatment and

testing systems up to acceptable

standards or face sanctions.

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 –

particularly in coastal areas. It will be

of particular 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 time, 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

continue to exist of areas that are not

compliant with EU legislation in

respect of water treatment. This

problem is particularly acute in the

Andalucia, Galicia, Extremadura and

Castilla – La Mancha regions.

On 16th June 2011, the European

Commission referred Spain to the

European Court of Justice for

breaching the Urban Wastewater

Treatment Directive. 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) continue to

discharge urban waste water into

environmentally sensitive or

potentially sensitive areas without

appropriate treatment. Spain had

already been referred to the Court of

Justice 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 written warning for

failing to implement adequate

measures in the Valencia region. The

European Commission first indicated

that it planned to pursue legal action

against Spain over the Urban

Wastewater Directive in November

2008.

On 16th June 2011, the European

Commission urged Spain to comply

with the Drinking Water Directive,

particularly 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 consumption. Despite

acknowledgement by the Spanish

government of the poor quality of the

drinking water, the Commission

expressed its concern that no

“tangible” action 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 still not compliant

with water-related legislation.

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 permitted by European

Union rules. This was the first time

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 artificial water

bodies identified in Hungary, 579

freshwater surface bodies have been

classified as being “at risk” from

24

Calculation: (€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 Directive definitions.

Slovakia

A European Union member since

2004, there are a total of 356 areas in

Slovakia that are currently not

compliant with EU water legislation.

Included in this number are the capital

city region of Bratislava (population of

450,000) and fifth largest city Nitra

(84,800).

Specifically, in June 2010, the

European Commission issued a formal

notice to Slovakia for its failure to fully

and correctly transpose the Drinking

Water Directive into national law.

Italy

Italy is a founder member of the

European Union and, as such, one

might have expected its domestic

infrastructure and processes to be

sufficiently robust to be in accordance

with EU regulations governing water

standards. Regrettably, however,

there are 443 cases of non-compliance

with water-related legislation that

continue to persist.

On 22nd March 2012, the European

Commission warned Italy that it would

be referred to the European Court of

Justice for failure to comply with the

Water Framework Directive. 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’

objectives 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 transposition of Annex II of the

Directive, which covers the

characterisation 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

characteristics specified in the

Directive 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 Justice if it did not comply

with the requirements of the Urban

Waste Water Directive. 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 Directive, Italy

received a second and final written

warning on 19th February 2009 from

the European Commission for not

complying with the Urban Waste

Water Directive. The Commission had

found that 229 towns and cities (with

more than 15,000 residents) which

were not treating waste water to EU

standards. The first warning letter had

been sent in July 2004. In May 2010,

the Commission announced that, as

178 Italian towns still did not meet the

required standards, the case was being

referred to the European Court of

Justice.

Portugal

Portugal has been a member of the

European Union since 1986 and,

during this time, has benefitted

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

legislation.

In May 2009 the Commission decided

to refer Portugal to the Court of Justice

for its failure to ensure compliance

with its more stringent treatment

obligations for sensitive areas, under

the Urban Waste Water Directive. The

Court of Justice 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 agglomerations.

Belgium

Despite being a founder member of

the European Union and the home of

the organisation’s institutions, Belgium

still lags behind many other parts of

Europe in correctly implementing

European Union legislation. Indeed,

the city of Brussels itself is judged not

to be in compliance with EU water

legislation.

On 26th January 2012, the European

Commission issued Belgium with a

warning about its failure to transpose

EU water legislation into national law.

The Commission highlighted that

Directive 2009/90/EC on technical

specifications 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 relating to the treatment of waste

water. The Commission concluded that

"the lack of sufficient collection 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

Directive, all towns with a population

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

Directive in respect of environmental

quality standards for surface water. EU

governments had a deadline of July

2010 to bring their national legislation

in line with legislation to limit water

emissions containing "certain

substances and groups of substances

that are known to pose a substantial

risk to the aquatic environment."

Cyprus

One of the more recent additions 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 Committee on the

Environment, Cristina Gutierrez-

Cortines, expressed satisfaction over

Cyprus’ response to a series of issues

concerning the implementation of EU

law, including on water. Gutierrez-

Cortines noted that the Cypriot

Government is making an enormous

effort to implement EU directives on

water, waste and climate change.

Given the concerned flagged by

Gutierrez-Cortines, it is unsurprising to

note that the country has a total of 57

locations that are considered to not be

in compliance with European Union

environmental legislation in respect of

the water sector.

In the European Environment Country

Profile 2010, the environmental

infrastructure in Cyprus was classed as

underdeveloped, especially in relation

to urban waste water treatment. On

the 28th October 2010, the European

Commission urged seven Member

States to comply with EU water

legislation 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 letter urging them

to comply.

Greece

While media coverage of the

challenges facing Greece has in recent

times tended to focus upon economic

challenges, the country also faces

particular problems in relation to its

compliance with water-related

legislation. 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 Directive.

According to the Commission, a 2009

report submitted by the Greek

authorities showed that urban waste

water in Prosotsani, Doxato,

Eleftheroupoli and Vagia was not

subject to the secondary treatment

required by the Directive, and that in

eight other agglomerations the

discharges from the respective waste

water facilities did not satisfy

requirements. While the Commission

acknowledged that “the Greek

authorities recognise the existence of

a problem in both cases and are trying

to address it,” they noted that the

necessary measures had still not been

taken.

On 27th October 2011, the European

Commission sent a communication to

Greece requesting that the country

fully implement the Nitrates Directive,

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

pollution and adopt measures to

effectively combat nitrates pollution in

these zones. The Commission said: “An

examination of Greek law revealed

that seven of the Action 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 satisfied with

the pace of change, and a reasoned

opinion is therefore being sent.” This

action followed a letter of formal

notice 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

Justice over its failure to comply with

the EU Water Directive 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 consultations

and that it would only publish its plans

by March 2012. This followed a

reasoned opinion from the

Commission on the matter in October

2010.

On 16th February 2011, the European

Commission urged Greece to take

action to comply with a European

Court of Justice ruling to ensure

proper urban waste water treatment

in nine towns and cities. In a case

brought by the Commission, Case C-

440/06 Commission v Greece, the

European Court of Justice ruled in

October 2007 that Greece was in

breach of the Urban Wastewater

Treatment Directive as 23

agglomerations (towns and cities)

across the country did not have the

necessary collection and treatment

systems. The Commission said that

since the judgment and a subsequent

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Letter of Formal Notice sent on 1

December 2008, 14 of these areas had

conformed to the legislation, but the

other nine were still 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 Justice for its failure to

protect Lake Koroneia, “an

internationally important wetland in

the region of Thessaloniki”. The

Commission said that Greece was

failing to meet its obligations regarding

the lake under several key directives –

the Habitats and Birds Directives, the

Urban Waste Water Treatment

directive, and discharges into water of

dangerous substances. The

Commission explained that “the lake

has been seriously affected by

pollution and illegal water extraction,

with serious consequences for local

fauna and flora. Although a

comprehensive plan is in place to

rehabilitate the lake, with many

actions 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

Directive. The complaint was that

Luxembourg had not informed the

Commission on technical

specifications 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 legislation with

regards to water.

On 27th October 2011, Luxembourg

was referred back to the European

Court of Justice for failing to comply

with the Urban Wastewater Treatment

Directive. The Court had previously

ruled in November 2006 that

Luxembourg had not met its obligation

to treat and dispose urban waste

water adequately. Five years on, the

Commission found that four towns still

do not comply and, at the request of

Environment Commissioner, Janez

Potočnik, the Commission requested

that the Court of Justice impose fines

and suggested a lump sum of €11,340

and a daily penalty payment of €1,248

until Luxembourg fully meets its

obligations.

On 24th November 2010, Luxembourg

was implement a ruling by the

European Court of Justice and comply

with measures contained in the

Nitrates Directive. The Court had ruled

in June 2010 that Luxembourg had

failed to adopt action plans for zones

vulnerable to nitrate pollution.

On 24th June 2010, Luxembourg was

referred by the European Commission

to the European Court of Justice for

failing to comply with the

Groundwater and Drinking Water

Directives. Specifically Luxembourg

had failed to implement measures on

the protection of groundwater against

pollution and deterioration, as well as

the incomplete and incorrect

implementation 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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DETAILED LIST OF NON-COMPLIANCE

Austria

Currently compliant

Belgium

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

Estinnes

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-Witterzee

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

Taintignies

Thuin

Villers-La-Ville

Villers-Le-Bouillet

Virginal-Hennuyeres

Walcourt

Welkenraedt

Wepion

Yvoir-Anhee

Bruxelles Capital

Region (entire)

Bulgaria

Areas of

noncomplaince:

Ablanica

Aheloy

Ahtopol

Aksakovo

Albena

Aldomirovtsi

Aleko Konstantinovo

Aleksandrovo

Alfatar

Anevo

Anton

Antonovo

Apriltsi

Archar

Ardino

Asenovgrad

Atia

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

Barutin

Batak

Batanovtsi

Beden

Bel kamen

Belashtica

Belasica

Belene

Beli Iskar

Beli Osam

Belica

Belimel

Belitsa

Belo pole

Belogradchik

Belogradets

Beloslav

Belovets

Belovo

Belozem

Benkovski

Berkovitsa

Beslen

Bezmer

Biaga

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Bulgaria

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

Brestiik

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 Slatina

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

Divotino

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

Fotinovo

Fotinovo

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

Gostilitsa

Gostun

Gotse Delchev

Govedartsi

Gradeshnitsa

Gradets

Gradina

Graf Ignatievo

Gramada

Gramade

Gramatikovo

Grohotno

Grozdyovo

Gruevo

Gugutka

Gulijka

Gulyantsi

Gurkovo

Gyrmen

Hadzhidimitrovo

Hadzhidimovo

Han Krum

Harlets

Harmanli

Haskovo

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Bulgaria

cont...

Hayredin

Hisarya

Hrishteni

Hristo Danovo

Huhla

Hvojna

Hvostiane

Iazovir Batak

Ignatievo

Ihtiman

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.Konstantin 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

Konstantin

Konush

Konyovets

Koprinka

Koprivlen

Koprivshtitsa

Kornica

Korten

Kosharevo

Kostandovo

Kostenets

Kostenets

Kostinbrod

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

Marikostinovo

Marinka

Markovo

Marten

Martinovo

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

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Bulgaria

cont...

Panagyurishte

Pancharevo

Panicherovo

Panichishte

Paril

Parvenets

Parvomay

Parvomay

Parvomaytsi

Pastra

Patriarh Evtimovo

Pavel banya

Pavelsko

Pavlikeni

Pazardzhik

Pchelarovo

Pchelin

Pchelnik

Pernik

Perushtitsa

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 manastir

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

Slatino

Slaveevo

Slavyanovo

Slivarka

Sliven

Slivnica

Slivnitsa

Slivo pole

Slokoshtica

Smilian

Smirnenski

Smolevo

Smolyan

Smyadovo

Sofia

Sopot

Sotiria

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

Sveti 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

Ustina

Ustren

Uzundzhovo

vacation village Priboy

Vakarel

Vaklinovo

Vaksevo

Valnari

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Bulgaria

cont...

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

Zhylti briag

Zhyltusha

Zimnitsa

Zimovina

Zlataritsa

Zlatitsa

Zlatni piasaci

Zlato pole

Zlatograd

Zmeica

Zvanichevo

Zvedets

Zverino

Cyprus

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non-complaince:

Achna

Agia Phyla

Agios Tychonas

Agros

Akaki

Aradippou

Astromeritis

Athienou

Avgorou

Ayia Napa

Chlorakas

Derynia

Dhali

Dromolaxia

Emba

Episkopi

Kakopetria

Kissonerga

Kiti

Kokkinotremithia

Kolossi

Kyperounda

Larnaca

Limassol

Liopetri

Livadhia

Lympia

Lythrodontas

Meneou

Mouttagiaka

Nicosia

Ormideia

Paliometocho

Pano Polemedia

Paphos

Paralimni

Parekklisia

Pegeia

Pelendri

Pera Chorio Nisou

Peristerona

Pervolia

Phrenaros

Pissouri

Platres

Polis Chrysochous

Pyla

Pyrgos

Sotira

Tala

Trachoni

Tseri

Voroklini

Xylofagou

Xylotymvou

Yeri

Ypsonas

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France Currently compliant

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Areas of

non-complaince:

Artemida

Chaniotis

Desfina

Doxato

Edesssa

Eleftheroupoli

Erithres

Galatista

Koropi

Kranidi

Kria Vrisi

Leftkimi

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

Alattyán

Albertirsa

Algyő

Almasfüzitő

Alsóberecki

Alsómocsolád

Alsónémedi

Alsóvadász

Apostag

Ásotthalom

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

Battonya

Bázakerettye

Béb

Békés

Békéscsaba

Békésszentandrás

Bélapátfalva

Berekfürdő

Beremend

Berettyóújfalu

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

Dunaharaszti

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


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Hunyadfalva

Ibrany

Igal

Imola

Isaszeg

Ispank

Ivanc

Ivancsa

Izsak

Jak

Janoshalma

Janoshaza

Janossomorja

Jaszapati

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

Kiralyszentistvan

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

Lenti

Letavertes

Letenye

Levelek

Litke

Lokoshaza

Lőrinci (Selyp)

Lovaszi

Lovo

Lucfalva

Madocsa

Magocs

Magosliget

Magyarszombatfa

Maklar

Mako

Mandok

Marcali

Mariapocs

Markaz

Markhaza

Marko

Martely

Martfu

Mateszalka

Matraszentimre

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

Notincs

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

Petfurdo

Petofibanya

Petrivente

Pilis

Pilisborosjeno

Piliscsaba

Pilisjaszfalu

Pilisszentkereszt

Pilisvorosvar

Polgar

Polgardi

Porcsalma

Pornoapati

Puspokhatvan

Puspokladany

Pusztacsalad

Pusztamerges

Pusztaszabolcs

Pusztavam

Pusztazamor

Putnok

Rabacsecseny

Racalmas

Rackeresztur

Rackeve

Radockolked

Rakamaz

Recsk

Redics

Repashuta

Repcelak

Retsag

Revfulop

Romhany

Roszke

Rozsaszentmarton

Rudolftelep

Ruzsa

Sajobabony

Sajogalgoc

Sajoszentpeter

Salgotarjan

Saly

Hungary

cont...


Hungary

cont...

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

Sutto

Szabadbattyan

Szabadegyhaza

Szabadszallas

Szakald

Szakoly

Szakszend

Szalafo-Alsoszer

Szalafo-Csorgoszer

Szalafo-Felsoszer

Szalafő-Pityerszer

Szalafo-Templomszer

Szalka

Szamosszeg

Szany

Szapar

Szarvas

Szarvasko

Szazhalombatta

Szecseny

Szedres

Szeged

Szeghalom

Szekesfehervar

Szekkutas

Szekszard

Szentendre

Szentes

Szentistvan

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

Zalaapati

Zalacsany

Zalaegerszeg

Zalakaros

Zalakomar

Zalalovo

Zalaszentgrot

Zamoly

Zebegeny

Zirc

Zsaka

Zsambek

Zsujta

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Italy

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 fiorentina

(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

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Bagno a Ripoli

(Toscana)

Barcellona Pozzo di

Gotto (Sicilia)

Barisardo (Sardegna)

Bassa Val sesia

(Piemonte)

Bassa Val Susa

(Piemonte)

Bassano Del Grappa

(Veneto)

Bellinzago Novarese

(Piemonte)

Belpasso (Sicilia)

Belvedere Martimo

(Calabria)

Benestare, Bianco,

Bovalino (Calabria)

Bernalda (Basilicata)

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Bibbona (Toscana)

Biella (Piemonte)

Bisignano (Calabria)

Boara Pisani (Veneto)

Bonifati (Calabria)

Bordighera (Liguria)

Borghetto Santo Spiro

- Loano (Liguria)

Borgo San Lorenzo

(Toscana)

Borgo Valsugana

(Trentino 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)

Caltanissetta (Sicilia)

Calusco D'Adda

(Lombardia)

Camerano (Marche)

Campello Di Fassa

(Trento)

Campiglia Martima

(Toscana)

Campo nell'Elba

(Toscana)

Campobasso (Molise)

Campomarino (Molise)

Camposampiero, S.

Giustina in Colle,

Loreggia

Canazei (Trentino Alto

Adige)

Capizzone (Lombardia)

Carbonera (Veneto)

Cardinale, Chiaravalle

centrale, Torre di

Ruggiero (Calabria)

Cariati (Calabria)

Carignano (Piemonte)

Carini (Sicilia)

Carmagnola

(Piemonte)

Carmiano (Puglia)

Carmignano (Toscana)

Carovigno (Puglia)

Carpenedolo

(Lombardia)

Cartigliano, Cassola

(Veneto)

Casalbuttano 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)

Castiglione della

Pescaia (Toscana)

Castrignano del Capo

(Puglia)

Castro (Puglia)

Castrovillari, Civa,

Frascineto, Lungro,

Morano, Mormanno,

S. S.Basile (Calabria)

Catania (Sicilia)

Catanzaro (Calabria)

Cavalese (Trentino 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)

Chieti (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 (Castiadas)

(Sardegna)

Covo (Lombardia)

Crispiano (Puglia)

Crocetta Del Montello

(Veneto)

Cropani(Calabria)

Crosia (Calabria)

Crotone(Calabria)

Cuorgne - Valperga

(Piemonte)

Cutro (Calabria)

Dego - Cairo

Montenotte (Liguria)

dello Jonio (Calabria)

Diamante, Buonvicino

(Calabria)

Dueville-Montecchio

Precalcino (Veneto)

Empoli (Toscana)

Fabriano (Marche

Falconara Albanese

(Calabria)

Falconara Martima

(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)

Fratta Polesine

(Veneto)

Fucecchio (Toscana)

Fuscaldo(Calabria)

Galatina (Puglia)

Galatone (Puglia)

Gallipoli (Puglia)

Genova (Liguria)

Giarre (Sicilia)

Giavera Del Montello,

Nervesa Della

Battaglia, Vol

Gioia Tauro (Calabria)

Gioiosa Jonica, Marina

di Gioiosa

Gissi (Abruzzo)

Giugliano in Campania

(Campania)

Giulianova (Abruzzo)

Giustino (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)

Grottaglie (Puglia)

Grottammare (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)

Lentini (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)

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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)

Martinsicuro (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

(Trentino Alto Adige)

Milazzo (Sicilia)

Misilmeri (Sicilia)

Misterbianco (Sicilia)

Modica (Sicilia)

Monasterace

(Calabria)

Mondovi (Piemonte)

Monfalcone (Friuli

Venezia Giulia)

Monreale (Sicilia)

Montebello Jonico

(Calabria)

Montecatini Terme

(Toscana)

Montechiarugolo-

Monticelli Terme

(Emilia-

Montegrotto Terme

(Veneto)

Montepaone,

Gasperina, Montauro,

Petrizzi

Montevarchi (Toscana)

Montichiari

(Lombardia)

Motta di San Giovanni

(Calabria)

Mottola (Puglia)

Napoli (Campania)

Naturno (Trentino 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)

Patti (Sicilia)

Pergine Valsugana

(Trentino Alto Adige)

Pescara (Abruzzo)

Peschici (Puglia)

Pescia (Toscana)

Petilia Policastro

(Calabria)

Piave-Spresiano

(Veneto)

Pietrasanta (Toscana)

Pieve Di Cadore

(Veneto)

Pineto (Abruzzo)

Pisa (Toscana)

Pisticci (Basilicata)

Pistoia (Toscana)

Poggibonsi (Toscana)

Pontassieve (Toscana)

Ponte Nicolo' (Veneto)

Pontedera (Toscana)

Portigliola, Ardore,

Sant'Ilario(Calabria)

Porto Cesareo (Puglia)

Porto Empedocle

(Sicilia)

Porto Recanati

(Marche)

Porto Rotondo

(Sardegna)

Porto San Giorgio

(Marche)

Porto Sant'Elpidio

(Marche)

Portogruaro (Veneto)

Pozzallo (Sicilia)

Praia a mare(Calabria)

Prato (Toscana)

Predazzo (Trentino

Alto Adige)

Pula (Sardegna)

Putignano (Puglia)

Quarrata (Toscana)

Quarto D'Altino

(Veneto)

Quattro Castella-

Montecchio-Val

D'Enza-

Querceta (Toscana)

Quinto (Veneto)

Ragusa (Sicilia)

Rapallo (Liguria)

Recanati (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 (Trentino Alto

Adige)

Roncocesi (Emilia-

Romagna)

Roseto Capo Spulico

(Calabria)

Rosolini (Sicilia)

Rossano, Corigliano

Calabro (Calabria)

Rovato (Lombardia)

Rovetta (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 Salentino

(Puglia)

Salve (Puglia)

San Benedetto del

Tronto (Marche)

San Cataldo (Sicilia)

San Cesareo (Lazio)

San Costantino

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 Vernotico

(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)

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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

Battaglia (Veneto)

Sezze (Lazio)

Somma Lombardo

(Lombardia)

Soverato, Satriano,

Davoli, San Sostene

Squillace, Staletti

(Calabria)

Strongoli (Centro e

Marina) (Calabria)

Sulmona (Abruzzo)

Suzzara (Lombardia)

Taggia (Liguria)

Taio (Trentino Alto

Adige)

Taranto (Puglia)

Teramo (Abruzzo)

Terlizzi (Puglia)

Termini Imerese

(Sicilia)

Termoli (Molise)

Tesero (Trento)

Tezze Sul Brenta

(Veneto)

Tione di Trento

(Trentino Alto Adige)

Tirrenia (Toscana)

Tolentino (Marche)

Torre Santa Susanna

(Puglia)

Tortoli'-Arbatax

(Nucleo Industriale)

(Sardegna)

Tortora(Calabria)

Transacqua (Trentino

Alto Adige)

Trapani (Sicilia)

Trebisacce(Calabria)

Tremestieri 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)

Ventimiglia (Liguria)

Venturina (Toscana)

Verbo (Lazio)

Vernole (Puglia)

Veroli (Lazio)

Verona (Veneto)

Vibo Marina, Cessani,

Briatico (Calabria)

Vibo Valentia

(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)

Latvia Currently compliant

Lithuania Currently compliant

Luxembourg Areas of

non-complaince:

Diekirch

Ettelbruck

Mersh

Luxembourg City

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

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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

Santiago 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

Adunati

Adunatii Copaceni

Afumati

Afumati

Agapia

Agas

Aghiresu (Fabrici)

Agigea

Agnita

Agnita

Agrij

Aita Mare, Belin

Aiud

Aiud

Al. I. Cuza

Alba Iulia

Alba iulia

Albac

Albeni

Albesti

Albesti de Muscel

(Albesti de Muscel,

Bughea de Sus)

Albesti Paleologu

Albestii de Arges

Albota

Alesd

Aleșd

Alexandria

Alexandru Odobescu

Alexandru Vlahuta

Alexeni

Aliman

Alimpesti

Almaj

Almas

Almasu

Altana

Alunis

Alunu

Amara

Amarasti

Amarastii de Jos

Amarastii de Sus

Amaru

Amzacea

Andrasesti

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

Aricestii Rahtivani

Armasesti

Armenis+Fenes

Aroneanu

(Aroneanu,Dorobanti,S

orogari)

Arpasul de Jos

Asau

Astileu (Pestera)

Atel

Atid

Auseu

Avram Iancu

Avramesti

Avrig

Avrig, Marsa

Axente sever

Axintele

Azuga

Baba-Ana

Babadag

Babaita (Babaita,

Frasinet)

Babana

Băbeni

Babiciu

Bacani

Bacău

Bacesti

Baciu

Bacles

Bagaciu

Bahna

Bahnea

Baia

Baia de Aramă

Baia de Arama

(Negoiesti)

Baia de Aries

Baia de Cris

Baia de Fier

Baia Mare

Baia Sprie

Baia Sprie, Tautii de

Sus

Băicoi

Baiculesti

Băile Govora

Baile Herculane

Băile Olănești

Băile Tușnad

Băilești

Baisoara

Baita

Baiut, Strambu Baiut

Bala

Balabanesti

Balaci

Balacita, (Gvardinita)

Balaciu

Bălan

Balasesti

Balauseri

Balc (Almasu Mic,

Almasu Mare)

Balcani

Balcauti

Balcesti

Baldovinesti

Baleni

Balesti

Balilesti

Balotesti

Balș

Balta Alba

Balta Doamnei

Baltatesti

Baltati

Balteni

Baltesti

Baluseni

Banca

Band

Baneasa

Băneasa

Banesti

Bania

Banisor

Banloc

Bara

Baraganul

Baraolt

Barasti

Barbulesti

Barbuletu

Barca

Barca+Goicea

Barcanesti

Barcani

Barcea

Bargaoani

Barghis

Barla

Bârlad

Barnova (Cercu

Pietrariei)

Barsana

Barsanesti

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Barsau

Barsesti

Baru

Barza

Barzava

Basarabi

Bascov

Batanii

Batar

Batarci (Comlausa)

Batos

Batrani

Bautar

Bazna

Beceni

Bechet

Becicherecu Mic

Beclean

Beica De Jos

Beidaud

Beiuș

Belcesti

(Munteni,Ulmi)

Belciugatele

Beleti-Negresti

Belint

Beliu

Beltiug

Bengesti-Ciocadia

Berbești

Berca

Berceni

Berești

Beresti - Bistrita

Beresti - Tazlau

Beresti Meria

Berevoiesti

Berezeni

Berghin

Berislavesti

Beriu

Berlesti

Bertea

Bertestii de Jos

Berveni

Berzasca

Berzovia

Berzunti

Bethausen

Bezdead

Bicaz

Bicaz-Chei

Bicazu Ardelean

Biertan

Biharia

Bilbor

Bilca

Bilciuresti

Biled

Birchis

Bisoca

Bistra

Bistra

Bistret

Bistrița

Bistrita Bargaului

Bivolari(Buruienesti,So

lonet,Tabara)

Bixad (Boinesti, Trip)

Blagesti

Blaj

Blajel

Blejesti

Blejoi

Bobicesti

Bobota (Dersida,

Zalnoc)

Bocicoiu Mare

Bocșa

Bocsa (Borla, Campia,

Salajeni)

Bocsig

Bodesti

Bodoc,Olteni, Zalan

Bogati

Bogdan Voda

Bogdand

Bogdanesti

Bolbosi

Boldesti Gradistea

Boldesti Scaieni

Boldești-Scăeni

Boldu

Boldur

Bolintin Deal

Bolintin-Vale

Bolotesti

Bontida

Boranesti

Borascu

Borca

Borcea

Bordei Verde

Bordesti

Bordusani

Borlesti

Boroaia

Borod (Borozel,

Cornitel)

Borosneu Mare,

Borosneu Mic, Tufalau,

Let, Dobolii de Sus,

Valea Mica,Telechia,

Valea Mare

Bors (Santion)

Borșa

Borsec

Bosanci

Bosorod

Boteni

Botesti

Botiz

Botiza

Botoroaga

Botosana

Botoșani

Boureni

Bozieni

Bozovici

Brad

Bradeanu

Bradesti

Bradu

Bradulet

Bradut

Braesti

Braesti

(Cristesti,Albesti)

Bragadiru

Brahasesti

Braila

Brăila

Bralostita

Bran (Pestera, Bran,

Predelut, Simon,

Sohodol)

Branceni

Brancovenesti

Brancoveni

Branesti

Branistea

Branistea (Branistea,

Malut)

Branistea, Goanta

Brașov

Brasov (Brasov, Poiana

Brasov, Cristian,

Ghimbav, Bod, Tohanu

Nou)

Brastavatu

Bratca

Brateiu

Bratovoiesti

Brazi

Brazii

Breasta

Breaza

Brebeni

Brebina, Titerlesti,

Bratilovu, Marasesti,

Stanesti

Brebu

Bretcu, Martanus,

Lutoasa, Mereni

Bretea Romana

Breznita Ocol

(Magheru)

Breznita-Motru

Brezoaiele

Brezoi

Brodina

Broscauti

Broșteni

Brusturi - Drag.

Brusturi (Picleu)

Brusturoasa

Bucecea

Buces

Bucharest

Buchin

Bucinisu

Buciumeni

Buciumi

Bucosnita

Bucov

Bucovat

Bucsani

Bucu

Bucuresci

Bucuresti

Buda

Budacu de Jos

Budeasa

Budești

Budila

Budureasa (Burda)

Buftea

Bughea de Jos

Buhoci

Buhuși

Bujoreni

Bujoru

Bulbucata

Bulgarus

Bulz (Remeti, Munteni)

Bumbești-Jiu

Bumbesti-Pitic

Bunesti

Bunesti-Averesti

Buntesti

Burila Mare

Busteni

Bustuchin

Butea

Buteni

Butimanu

Butoiesti

Buturugeni

Buzau

Buzău

Buzescu

Buziaș

Buzoiesti

C. Negri

CA Rosetti

Cabesti (Goila,

Gurbesti, Josani,

Sohodol)

Cacica

Caianu Mic

Caianu Vama

(Corpadea, Barai,

Caianu Vama, Vaida

Camaras, Valeni,

Ghirisu Roman)

Caineni

Caiuti

Cajvana

Calafat

Calafindesti

Calan

Călan

Călărași

Calatele

Caldararu

Călimănești

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Calinesti

Calinesti 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

Candesti

Capalna

Capalnita

Capleni ,Camin

Capreni

Capusu Mare, Capusu

Mic

Caracal

Caransebeș

Carasova

Caraula

Carbunesti

Carcaliu

Carcea

Carei

Carlibaba

Carligele

Cârlogani

Carna

Carpen

Carpinet

Carpinis

Carta, Danesti

Cascioarele

Caseiu

Casimcea

Casin

Castelu

Castranova

Cata

Catalina

Catane

Catane+Catanele Noi

Catcau

Cateasca

Catina

Catunele

Cauas

Cavadinesti

Cavnic

Cazanesti

Cazasu

Ceahlau

Ceamurlia de Jos

Ceanu mare

Cefa (Inand)

Cehal (Cehalut)

Cehu Silvaniei

Ceica

Celaru

Celaru+Marotinu de

Jos+Soreni+Ghizdaves

ti

Cenad

Cenei

Cepari

Ceplenita (Zlodica)

Ceptura

Cerasu

Cerat

Cermei

Cerna

Cernat, Albis

Cernatesti

Cernavodă

Cernelele de

Sus+Cernele

Cernesti

Cernica

Cernisoara

Certeju de Sus

Certesti

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

Chitila

Chiuiesti

Chiuza (Chiuza,

Sasarm, Piatra)

Ciacova

Ciacova

Cicanesti

Cicarlau

Ciceu-Giurgesti

Cilieni

Cincu

Ciobanu

Ciocanesti

Ciocarlia

Ciochina

Ciocile

Ciofrangeni

Ciohorani

Ciolanesti

Ciolpani

Ciorani

Ciorasti

Ciorogarla

Cioroiasi

Ciortesti (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

+Floresti(+Luna de

Sus)+Savadisla(+Vlaha)

+Gilau(+Somesul

Rece)+Baciu

C-lung Mold.

Coarnele Caprei

(Arama)

Cobadin

Cobia

Cochirleanca

Cociuba Mare

Cocora

Cocorastii Colt

Cocorastii Misli

Cocu

Codaiesti

Codlea

Cogealac

Cojasca

Cojocna

Colceag

Colibasi

Colonesti

Comana

Comănești

Comarna (Osol)

Comarnic

Comisani

Comlosu Mare

Concesti

Conop

Constanța

Contesti

Copacel

Copaceni

Copalau

Copalnic-Manastur

Copșa Mică

Corabia

Corbasca

Corbeanca

Corbeni

Corbi

Corbii Mari

Corbita

Corbu

Corcova

Cordareni

Cordun

Corlateni

Cornea

Cornereva

Cornesti

Cornetu

Corni

Cornu

Cornu Luncii

Corod

Coroieni

Coroiesti

Corund

Cosambesti

Cosbuc

Cosei(Archid,

Chilioara)

Cosereni

Cosesti

Cosmesti

Cosoveni

Costesti

Costesti din Vale

Costinesti

Costisa

Costuleni (Hilita)

Coteana

Cotesti

Cotmeana

Cotnari

Cotofanesti

Cotofenii din Dos

Cotusca

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Covasint

Covasna

Cozieni

Cozmesti (Podolenii de

Sus,Podolenii de Jos)

Cracaoani

Craciunelu de Sus

Craciunesti

Craidorolt

Craiova

Craiova

Craiva

Crampoia

Crangeni

Crangu (Crangu,

Dracea)

Crangurile

Crasna

Creaca

Creteni

Cretesti

Crevedia

Crevedia Mare

Cricau

Criscior

Criseni

Cristesti

Cristian

Cristinesti

Cristioru de Jos

Cristuru Secuiesc

Crucea

Crucisor (Ieghereste,

Poiana Codrului)

Cruset

C-tin Daicoviciu

Cuca

Cuci

Cucuieti

Cudalbi

Cugir

Cujmir (Aurora,

Cujmirul Mic)

Culciu (Caraseu, Culciu

Mic, Corod, Apateu)

Cumpana

Cungrea

Cupseni

Curatele (Beiusele,

Cresuia, Pocioveliste)

Curcani

Curtea de Argeș

Curtesti

Curtici

Curtisoara

Curtuiseni

Cuza Voda

Cuzaplac(Tamasa,

Petrindu,Galaseni)

Cuzdrioara

Dăbuleni

Daeni

Daesti

Dagata

Daia

Daia Romana

Dalboset

Dambovicioara

Damienesti

Damuc

Danciulesti

Daneasa

Danes

Danesti

Daneti

Daneti+Goanta

Dangeni

Danicei

Darabani

Darasti

Darlos

Dărmănești

Darova

Darvari

Dascalu

Davidesti

Dealu

Dealu Morii

Deda

Dej

Dejani, Gura Vaii, Iasi,

Sasciori

Deleni(Maxunt,Ferede

ni, Poiana,Slobozia)

Delesti

Denta

Derna (Dernisoara,

Tria)

Dersca

Desa

Desesti

Deta

Deva

Devesel

Deveselu

Dimitrie Cantemir

Diosig

Diosti

Ditrau

Doba (Boghis, Traian,

Paulian)

Dobarceni

Dobarlau, Lunca,

Marcus, Valea

Dobarlaului

Dobra

Dobreni

Dobresti

Dobretu

Dobroesti

Dobromir

Dobrosloveni

Dobroteasa

Dobrotesti

Dobrovat

Dobrun

Doclin

Dofteana

Dognecea

Doicesti

Dolhasca

Doljesti

Domnesti

Dor Marunt

Dorna Candrenilor

Dorna-Arini

Dornesti

Dorobantu

Dorohoi

Dorolt (Dara, Petea)

Dracsanei (Dracsanei,

Beuca)

Dragalina

Draganesti

Draganesti de Vede

Draganesti Vlasca

Drăgănești-Olt

Draganu

Drăgășani

Dragesti

Dragodana

Dragoiesti

Dragomirești

Dragomiresti Vale

Dragos Voda

Dragoslavele

Dragotesti

Dragutesti

Drajna

Dranceni

Dranic

Dridu

Drobeta-Turnu Severin

Duda-Epureni

Dudesti

Dudestii Noi

Dudestii Vechi

Dulcesti

Dumbrava

Dumbrava Rosie

Dumbraveni

Dumbravesti

Dumbravita

(Dumbravita,Carbunari

,Unguras,Rus,Sindesti,

Chechis)

Dumesti

Dumitra (Dumitra,

Cepari, Tarpiu)

Dumitresti

Durnesti

Eforie

Epureni

Erbiceni (Barlesti,

Totoiesti)

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

Fălticeni

Fantanele

Faraoani

Farcas

Farcasa

Farcasele

Farcasesti

Fardea

Farliug

Fartanesti

Fartatesti

Făurei

Fauresti

Feldioara

Feldru (Feldru, Nepos)

Feleacu, TurenI

Felicieni

Felnac

Fetești

Fieni

Fierbinti Targ

Filiași

Filipeni

Filipesti

Filipestii de Padure

Filipestii de Targ

Finta

Fitionesti

Fizesu Gherlii, Taga

(Bontida, Nicula,

Sacalaia, Sucutard, Sic,

Santioara)

Flămânzi

Floresti

Floresti, Savadisla

(Vlaha, Luna de Sus,

Somesul Rece)

Floresti+Izvor+Deleni+

Lesile+Cornetu+Milesti

Floresti-Stoienesti

Focșani

Focuri

Foltesti

Forasti

Francesti

Frasin

Frasinet

Frata

Fratautii Noi

Fratautii Vechi

Fratesti

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Fratostita

Frecatei

Frumoasa

Frumosu

Frumuseni

Frumusica (Vladeni

Deal,

Boscoteni,Sendreni,Sto

resti,Frumusica)

Frumusita

Fulga

Fundeni

Fundu Moldovei

Fundulea

Fundulea

Furculesti

Gaesti

Găești

Gagesti

Gaiceana

Gaiseni

Galanesti

Galați

Galatii Bistritei

Galautas

Galbenu

Galbinasi

Galda de Jos

Galesti

Galeteni

Galgau

Galicea

Galicea Mare

Galiciuica

Ganeasa

Ganesti

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

Gherghesti

Gherghita

Gherla

Gherta Mica

Ghidfalau

Ghidici

Ghidigeni

Ghimbav

Ghimes - Faget

Ghimpati

Ghindaresti

Ghindari

Ghindeni

Ghioroiu

Ghiroda

Giarmata

Gighera

Gilau

Girisu de Cris (Tarian)

Giroc

Girov

Giubega

Giulesti

Giulvaz

Giurgita

Giurgiu

Giuvarasti

Glavanesti

Glavile

Glimboca

Glina

Globurau, Plugova,

V.Bolvasnita

Glodeanu Sarat

Glodeanu Silistea

Glodeni

Glogova

Godeni

Godinesti

Gogosari

Gogosu

Gohor

Goicea

Goiesti

Golaiesti

Golesti (Popesti)

Gorbanesti

Gorbeni (Gorban, Podu

Hagiului)

Gorgota

Gornesti

Gornet

Gornet Cricov

Gostavatu

Gostinari

Gostinu

Govora Bai

Gradinari

Gradistea

Grajduri (Padureni)

Gramesti

Graniceri

Granicesti

Gratia

Greabanu

Greaca

Grecesti

Greci

Grindu

Grinties

Grivita

Grojdibodu

Gropeni

Gropnita

Grosi

(Grosi,Ocolis,Satu Nou

de Jos)

Grozesti

Gruia

Grumazesti

Gugesti

Gura Calitei

Gura Humorului

Gura Vaii

Gura Foii

Gura Humorului

Gura Ialomitei

Gura Ocnitei

Gura Raului

Gura Sutii

Gura Teghii

Gura Vadului

Gura Vaii

Gura Vitioarei

Gurahont (Hontisor)

Gurghiu

Gusoeni

Haghig, Araci, Ariusd,

Vilcele

Halaucesti

Halchiu

Halmagiu

Halmasd

Halmeu+Turulung

Hanesti

Hangu

Harau

Harlau

Hârlău

Harman

Harmanesti

Harsesti

Hârșova

Hartiesti (Hartiesti,

Vulturesti)

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

Horgesti

Horia

Horlesti

Horoatu Crasnei

Horodnic

Horodniceni

Hotarele (Hotarele,

Isvoarele, Herasti)

Hudesti(Hudesti,Alba)

Huedin

Hulubesti

Hunedoara

Hunia

Hurezani

Huruiesti

Husasau de Tinca

Huși

Iablanita, Globu

Craiovei, Petnic,

Lapusnicel, Pirvova

Iacobeni

Iana

Ianca

Iancu Jianu

Iara

Iași

Ibanesti

Iclazel

Iclod

Icoana

Icusesti

Ideciu de Jos

Iecea Mare

Iedera

Iepuresti

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

Ionesti

Iordacheanu

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Ip

Ipatele

Ipotesti

Iratosu

Isaccea

Isalnita

Islaz

Istria

Ivanesti

Ivesti

Izbiceni

Izv. Sucevei

Izverna

Izvoare

Izvoarele

Izvoru

Izvoru Barzii

Jamu Mare

Jaristea

Jebel

Jegalia

Jiana

Jibert

Jibou

Jidvei

Jijila

Jilava

Jilavele

Jimbolia

Jina

Jirlau

Jitia

Joita (Joita, Sabareni,

Cosoba)

Jorasti

Joseni

Josenii Bargaului (Rusu

Bargaului)

Jucu

Jupanesti

Jurilovca

Ladesti

Lalosu

Lapus

Lapusata

Lapusnicu Mare

Laslea

Laza

Lazarea

Lazareni

Lazuri

Lazuri de Beius

Lechinta

Lehliu

Lehliu Gara

Leleasca

Lelesti

Lemnia

Lenauheim

Leorda

Leordeni

Leordina

Leresti

Lespezi

Lesu

Letca

Letca Noua

Letcani

Letea Veche

Leu

Licurici

Liebling

Liesti

Limanu

Lipanesti

Lipnita

Lipov

Lipova

Lipovat

Lisa

Listeava

Lita

Liteni

Liteni

Livada

Livada (Adrian)

Livada, Sanleani

Livezeni

Livezi

Livezile

Loamnes

Logresti

Lopadea Noua

Lopatari

Lovrin

Lucieni

Luciu

Ludesti

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)

Lungesti

Lunguletu

Lupac

Lupeni

Lupsa

Lupsanu

Macea

Macesu de Jos

Macesu de Sus

Măcin

Maciuca

Madaras

Maeristei

Magherani

Magiresti

Maglavit

Magura

Magura Ilvei

Măgurele

Magureni

Maguri Racatau

Mahmudia

Maicanesti

Maieru (Maieru, Anies)

Maierus (Maierus,

Augustin)

Malaia

Maldaieni

Maldaresti

Malini

Malovat

Malu cu Flori

Malu Mare

Malureni

Malusteni

Manasia

Manastirea

Maneciu

Manesti

Mangalia

Manoleasa

Manzalesti

Maracineni

Marasesti

Mărășești

Marasu

Marca

Marghita

Margina

Marginea

Margineni

Mariselu (Mariselu,

Domnesti, Barla)

Marsa

Marsani

Martinis

Maruntei

Marzanesti

Masloc

Mastacani

Matasari

Matasaru

Matca

Mateesti

Matei

Maureni

Mavrodin (Mavrodin,

Nenciulesti)

Maxineni

Medgidia

Medgidia

Mediaș

Mediesu Aurit

(Babasesti, Iojib,Potau,

Romanesti)

Mehadia

Melinesti

Mera

Merei Monteoru

Mereni

Merisani

Mesesenii de Jos

Metes

Mica

Micasasa

Micesti

Micfalau, Malnas

Miclesti

Micula (Micula Noua,

Bercu Nou), Bercu

Miercurea Ciuc

Miercurea Ciuc

Miercurea Nirajului

Miercurea Sibiului

Mihaesti

Mihai Bravu

Mihai Eminescu

Mihai Viteazu

Mihaiesti

Mihail Kogalniceanu

Mihaileni

Mihailesti

Mihaita

Mihalaseni

Mihalt

Mihesu de Campie

Milas

Milcov

Milcovul

Mileanca

Milisauti

Milișăuți

Milosesti

Mintiu Gherlei

Mioarele

Mioveni

Miraslau

Mircea Voda

Mircesti

Miresu Mare

Mironeasa

Mirosi

Miroslava

Miroslovesti

Mirsid (Plopeni)

Misca

Mischii

Mitocu Drag.

Mitreni

Mizil

Moacsa, Padureni,

Dalnic

Moara

Moara Vlasiei

Mociu (Chesau, Zorenii

de Vale)

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Modelu

Moftinu ( Moftinu

Mare, Moftinu Mic,

Ghilvaci, Terebesti,

Piscari)

Mogosani

Mogosesti

Mogosesti (Budesti)

Mogosoaia

Moieciu (Sirnea,

Moieciu de Jos,

Magura, Moieciu de

Sus)

Moinești

Moisei

Moldova Sulita

Moldova Nouă

Moldovenesti

Moldoveni

Moldovita

Monor

Moraresti

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

Musatesti

Musenita

Musetesti

N.Titulescu (include

Ghimpeteni)

Nades

Nadlac

Nădlac

Nadrag

Naeni

Namoloasa

Nana

Nanesti

Nanov

Napradea

Naruja

Nasaud

Năsăud

Nasturelu

Navodari

Năvodari

Negoi

Negomir

Negrasi

Negrești

Negrești-Oaș

Negri

Negru Vodă

Nehoiu

Nehoiu

Nereju

Nicolae Balcescu

(Valea Balceasca)

Nicoresti

Nicseni

Niculesti

Niculitel

Nimigea (Nimigea de

Jos, Floresti, Mocod,

Nimigea de Sus)

Nistoresti

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

Odobești

Odoreu (Berindan,

Martinesti)

Odorheiu Secuiesc

Ogra

Ograda

Ogrezeni

Oinacu

Oituz

Ojdula,Hilib

Olanesti Bai

Olanu

Olari

Olcea

Oltenesti

Olteni

Oltenița

Oltina

Onești

Oniceni

Oprisor

Optasi Magura(Optasi

Magura, Sarbi Magura)

Oradea

Orăștie

Orastioara de Sus

Orasu Nou (Prilog)

Oravița

Orbeasca

Orbeni

Orlat

Orlea

Orlesti

Ormenis (Ormenis,

Augustin)

Orodel

Orodel+Cornu

Orșova

Ortisoara

Osesti

Osica de Sus

Osorhei

Ostra

Ostrov

Ostroveni

Ostroveni+Listeava

Oteleni

Oțelu Roșu

Otesani

Otopeni

Ovidiu

Ozun

Pacureti

Pades

Padina

Padureni

Palanca

Paltin

Paltinis

Paltinoasa

Panaci

Panatau

Pancesti

Panciu

Pâncota

Panet

Pangarati

Pantelimon

Panticeu

Parau

Parava

Pargaresti

Parincea

Parjol

Parscov

Parscoveni

Partestii de Jos

Parva

Pașcani

Pastraveni

Pătârlagele

Patrauti

Patulele (Viasu)

Pauca

Paulesti

Paulesti (Ambud,

Petin)

Paulis, Minis, Ghioroc

Paunesti

Pausesti

Pausesti-Maglasi

Pd. Iloaiei (Scobalteni)

Peceneaga

Pechea

Pecica

Pecineaga

Peciu Nou

Peretu

Periam

Pericei

Perieni

Perieti

Peris

Perisani

Perisor

Perisoru

Persani, Bucium,

Ohaba

Pesac

Pesceana

Pestera

Pestisani

Petelea

Petrachioaia

Petresti

Petrestii de Jos

Petricani

Petrila

Petroșani

Petrova

Petru Rares (Reteag,

Bata, Mihaesti)

Piatra

Piatra Neamț

Piatra Olt

Piatra Soimului

Piatra-Neamt

Piatra-Olt

Pielesti

Pietrari

Pietroasa (Gurani,

Cociuba Mica)

Pietroasele

Pietrosani

Pietrosita

Pilu

Pipiprig

Pir

Pischia

Piscolt

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Piscu

Piscu Vechi+Ghidici

Piscu-Vechi

Pitești

Pitesti

Plaiesii de Jos

Plataresti

Platonesti

Plenita

Plesoiu

Ploiești

Plopana

Plopeni

Plopii Slavitesti

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

Poienesti

Poieni

Poienile de Sub Munte

Pojejena

Pojorata

Polovragi

Pomarla

Pomezeu

Pomi

Ponoarele

Popesti (Doroscani)

Popesti (Popesti, Raca)

Popesti (Voivozi)

Popesti Leordeni

Popești-Leordeni

Popricani

Poroschia

Porumbacu de Jos

Posesti

Posta Calnau

Potcoava

Potcoava

Potlogi

Praid

Prajeni

Preajba

Predeal

Predeal (Predeal,

Paraul Rece, Timisu de

Sus, Timisu de Jos)

Predeal Sarari

Predesti

Prejmer (Prejmer,

Lunca Calnicului,

Stupinii Prejmerului)

Preutesti

Priboieni

Prigor, Borlovenii

Vechi, Patas

Prigoria

Priponesti

Prisacani (Moreni)

Pristol (Cozia)

Probota

Produlesti

Provita de Jos

Provita de Sus

Prundeni

Prundu

Prundu Bargaului

(Suseni, Mijlocenii

Bargaului)

Prunisor

Pucheni

Puchenii Mari

Pucioasa

Pucioasa

Pufesti

Pui

Puiesti

Pungesti

Punghina

Purcareni, Carpenis

Putineiu

Putna

Puturi

Rabagani

Racaciuni

Răcari

Racasdia

Rachiteni

Rachiti

Rachitoasa

Racoasa

Racos (Racos, Mateias)

Racova

Racovita

Racovita

Radaseni

Rădăuți

Radauti-Prut

Radoiesti

Radomiresti

Radovan

Radovanu

Raducaneni (Isaiia,

BohotinRaducaneni)

Rafov

Ramnicelu

Ramnicelu

Râmnicu Sărat

Râmnicu Vâlcea

Ramnicul Sarat

Rapoltu Mare

Rasca

Rasinari

Râșnov

Rasova

Rast

Rastolita

Rastu Nou

Rasuceni

Ratesti

Rau de Mori

Raucesti

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

Remeti

Repedea

Reșița

Reviga

Riciu

Rieni

Ripiceni

Roata De Jos

Robanesti

Rociu

Rodna

Roiesti

Rojiste

Roma

Roman

Romanasi

Romanesti

Romani

Romos

Romuli

Rona de Jos

Rona de Sus

Roseti

Rosia

Rosia de Amaradia

Rosia Montana

Rosiesti

Rosile

Rosiori

Roșiorii de Vede

Rotunda

Rovinari

Rozavlea

Roznov

Rucar

Ruginesti

Ruginoasa

Runcu

Rupea

Rupea (Rupea, Fiser)

Rusanesti

Rusca Montana

Ruscova

Rusetu

Rusii Munti (Rusii

Munti, Sebes,

Morareni, Maioresti)

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

Salatig

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

Samarinesti

Sambata

Sambata (Sambata de

Jos, Sambata de Sus,

Voivodeni)

Sanandrei

Sancel

Sancraieni

Sancraiu

Sancraiu de Mures

Sandominic

Sandra

Sanduleni

Sandulesti

Sângeorgiu de Pădure

Sângeorz-Băi

Sanger

Sangeru

Sangiorgiu de Mures

Sangiorgiu de Padure

Sanislau (Berea,

Ciumesti)

Sanmartin

Sanmartin (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

Santimbru

Sanzieni

Sapanta

Sapata

Sapoca

Sarasau

Saravale

Sarbi

Sarichioi

Sarmas

Sarmasag

Sărmașu

Saru Dornei

Sarulesti

Saschiz

Sasciori

Sascut

Satchinez

Satu Mare

Satulung

Saucesti

Saulesti

Saulia

Savarsin

Săveni

Savinesti

Scaiesti

Scanteia

Scanteia (Bodesti)

Scanteiesti

Scarisoara

Scheia

Schela

Schitu

Schitu Duca (Poieni)

Schitu-Golesti

Scoarta

Scobinti (Fetesti)

Scornicești

Scorteni

Scortoasa

Scrioastea

Scundu

Scurtu Mare

Scutelnici

Seaca

Seaca de Camp

Sebeș

Sebes,Petresti

Sebis

Secu

Secuieni

Secusigiu

Segarcea

Segarcea Vale

Seica mare

Seimeni

Seini

Seitin

Selaru

Seleus

Selimbar

Semlac

Sendreni

Sendriceni

Sepreus

Serbanesti

Sercaia (Sercaia,

Valcea, Halmeag, Vad)

Sf.Gheorghe

Sfantu Gheorghe

Sibiu

Sibot

Sic

Sichevita

Sicula

Siculeni

Sieu (Sieu, Posmus,

Pintic)

Sieu Magherus (Sieu

Magherus,Crainimat)

Sieu-Odorhei

Sieut

Sighetu Marmației

Sighișoara

Sihlea

Silistea

Silistea (Silistea,

Purani)

Silistea Bradului

Silistea Crucii

Silistea Gumesti

Silivasu de Campie,

Micesti de Campie

Simand

Simeria

Simian

Siminicea

Șimleu Silvaniei

Simnicu de Sus

Simonesti

Sinaia

Sinca (Sinca Noua,

Sinca Veche, Vad,

Paltin)

Sinesti

Sinesti (Stomesti)

Singureni

Sinnicolau Mare

Sintea Mare

Sintereag

Sipote (Chiscareni, Iazu

Nou)

Siret

Siretel

Siria

Sirineasa

Siriu

Sirna

Sisesti (Ciovarnasani)

Sisesti

(Sisesti,Bontaneni,Ceta

tele,Danesti,Negreia,Pl

opis,Surdesti)

Sita Buzaului

Sl. Ciorasti

Slănic

Slanic Moldova

Slănic Moldova

Slatina

Slatina Timis

Slatioara

Slava Cercheza

Slimnic

Slivilesti

Slobozia

Slobozia Conachi

Slobozia Mandra

Slobozia Moara

Smardan

Smardioasa

Smeeni

Smulti

Snagov

Soars

Socodor

Socol

Socond

Sofronea

Sohatu

Sohodol

Soimari

Soimi

Soimus

Solca

Soldanu

Solesti

Solont

Solovastru

Șomcuta Mare

Somes-Odorhei

Somova

Sona

Sopot

Sotanga

Sotrile

Sovata

Soveja

Spantov

Spermezeu

Spineni

Sprancenata

Spring

Stalpeni

Stalpu

Stancuta

Stanesti

Stanilesti

Stanisesti

Stanita

Starchiojd

Stauceni

Stefan cel Mare

Stefan Voda

Ștefănești

Stefanesti

(Stefanesti,Stefanesti

Sat,Stanca)

Stefanestii De Jos

Stefesti

Stei

Ștei

Stejari

Stejaru

Stiubieni

Stoenesti

Stoienesti

Stoilesti

Stoina

Stolniceni

Stolnici

Storobaneasa

Straja

Stramtura

Straoane

Strehaia

Strehaia (Comanda)

Strejesti

Stremt

Stroiesti

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Strugari

Strunga

Studina

Stulpicani

Suatu

Subcetate

Suceava

Suceava

Suceveni

Sucevita

Suciu de Sus

Suditi

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

Sutesti

T. Vladimirescu

Tacuta

Taga

Talmaciu

Tălmaciu

Talpa

Tamadau Mare

Tamaseni

Tamasi

Tamboiesti

Tamna

Tanasoaia

Țăndărei

Tansa (Suhulet)

Tantareni

Tarcaia

Tarcau

Tarcea

Târgoviște

Targsoru Vechi

Târgu Bujor

Târgu Cărbunești

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

Tartasesti

Tasca

Tășnad

Tatarani

Tataranu

Tatarasti

Tatarastii de Jos

Tatarastii de sus

Tatarusi

Tatomiresti

Taut

Tauteu (Bogei,

Ciutelec)

Tautii Magherausi

(Tautii

Magherausi,Bozanta

Mare)

Tăuții-Măgherăuș

Tazlau

Teaca (Tonciu, Dipsa,

Viile Tecii, Teaca)

Teasc

Techirghiol

Tecuci

Teisani

Teiu

Teiuș

Telciu (Telciu, Telcisor)

Telega

Telesti

Teliu

Teliucu Inferior

Tepu

Teregova

Teremia Mare

Teslui

Tetchea

Tetoiu

Tg. Bujor

Tg. Frumos

Tg. Ocna

Tg. Trotus

Tg.Secuiesc

Tg-Carbunesti

Tg-Jiu

Tia Mare

Tibana(Poiana

Manastirii)

Tibanesti

Tibucani

Tichilesti

Ticleni

Țicleni

Ticvaniu Mare

Tifesti

Tiganasi

Tiganesti

Tigveni

Tiha Bargaului

Tileagd

Timisesti

Timișoara

Tinca

Tinosu

Tintesti

Tiream

Tisau

Tismana

Titesti

Titu

Todireni

Todiresti

Tohanu Nou

Tomesti

Tomnatic

Tomsani

Topana

Toplet

Topliceni

Toplița

Topolog

Topolovatu Mare

Topoloveni

Toporu

Topraisar

Tormac

Totesti

Traian

Traian Vuia

Treznea

Trifesti

Trifesti

Tritenii de Jos

Trivale Mosteni

Troianu

Trusesti

Tudor Vladimirescu

Tudora

Tufeni

Tufesti

Tuglui

Tulca

Tulcea

Tulghes

Tulnici

Tulucesti

Tunari

Tunarii Vechi

Tupilati

Turburea

Turceni

Turcinesti

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

Udesti

Uileacu de Beius

Uivar

Uliesti

Ulma

Ulmeni

Ulmi

Umbraresti

Ungheni

Ungheni (Bosia)

Ungra

Unguras

Ungureni

Ungureni (Mihai

Viteazu,Plopenii

Mari,Ungureni)

Unguriu

Unirea

Unteni

Urdari

Urecheni

Urechesti

Uricani

Uriu (Uriu, Cristestii

Ciceului, Ilisua)

Urlați

Urmenis

Urzica

Urziceni

Urziceni (Foieni)

Urzicuta

V. Ramnicului

Vacaresti

Vaculesti

Vad

Vadastra

Vadastrita

Vadeni

Vadu Moldovei

Vadu Crisului (Birtin)

Vadu Izei

Vadu Pasii

Vagiulesti

Vaideeni

Valcanesti

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 Doftanei

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

Varasti

Varatec

Varbilau

Varciorog

Varfu Campului

Varfuri

Varfurile

Vargat

Varias

Varlezi

Varsolt

Vartescoiu

Vartoape

Vartop

Varvoru de Jos

Vașcău

Vasilati

Vaslui

Vata de Jos

Vatava

Vatra Moldovitei

Vatra Dornei

Vatra-Dornei

Vedea

Vedea (Include Malu)

Vela

Verbita

Veresti

Verguleasa

Vernesti

Vetel

Vetis (Oar)

Vetrisoaia

Vicovu de Jos

Vicovu de Sus

Victor Vlad Delamarina

Victoria

Victoria (Stanca

,Luceni)

Videle

Vidra

Viile Satu Mare

(Tataresti)

Viisoara

Vinderei

Vinga

Vintila Voda

Vintileasca

Vintu de Jos

Viperesti

Visani

Viseu de Jos

Vișeu de Sus

Visina

Visinesti

Vistea - Dragus

Vitanesti

Vitomiresti

Vizantea L.

Viziru

Vl. Marului

Vlad Tepes

Vladaia

Vladeni

Vladeni (Borsa,

Iacobeni)

Vladesti

Vladila

Vladimir

Vladimirescu

Vlăhița

Vlasinesti

Voicesti

Voila

Voineasa

Voinesti

Voiteg

Voloiac

Volovat

Voluntari

Voluntari

Vorniceni

Vorona (Vorona

Mare,Vorona Teodoru,

Vorona)

Voslobeni

Vrancioaia

Vrata

Vulcan

Vulcana Bai

Vulcana Pandele

Vulpeni

Vultureni

Vulturesti

Vulturu

Vurpar

Vutcani

Zabala

Zabrani

Zadareni

Zagon

Zagra

Zalău

Zam

Zamostea

Zanesti

Zapodeni

Zarand

Zărnești

Zatreni

Zau de Campie

Zavoaia

Zavoi

Zemes

Zetea

Ziduri

Zimandu Nou

Zimnicea

Zizin

Zlatna

Zorleni

Zvoristea

Slovakia

Areas of

non-complaince:

Banov

Banovce nad Bebravou

Banska Bystrica

Banska Stiavnica

Bardejov

Batorove Kosihy

Bela - okr. Zilina

Bela nad Cirochou

Belusa

Bernolakovo

Bobrovec

Bojna

Borsky Mikulas

Bosany

Branc

Bratislava

Brestovany

Brezno

Brezova pod Bradlom

Brodske

Bystrany

Bystre

Bytca

Cabaj - Capor

Cadca

Cachtice

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

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Hranovnica

Hrinova

Hronovce

Hrustin

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

Komjatice

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

Martin

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

Partizanske

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

Sastin - 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

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Zohor

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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

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Arafo

Arenas

Arica

Arjona

Arjonilla

Aroche

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Arriate

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Aznalcollar

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Baeza

Baeza-Rus-Canena

Bajos y Targoro

Barrio de la Vega

Begijar-Lupion

Benahdux

Benalua de Guadix-

Fonelas

Benalua de Las villas

Benamargosa

Benamaurel

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Binissalem

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Buzanada

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Cabra de Santo Cristo

Cadiar

Cala

Cambil

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Noalejo

Campillo del Rio

Campotejar

Canjayar

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Cantoria

Carcabuey

Carcheljo

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Casares

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Castellar de la Frontera

Castillo de Locubin

Cazorla

Charco Del Pino

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Chilluevar

Chio

Cho

Colmenar

Colomera

Competa

Cortes de Baza

Cortes de la Frontera

Cruz Santa

Cuesta de la Villa

Cuevas Bajas

Cuevas de Almazora

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Cullar

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Dona Mencia

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(Garachico, Los Silos)

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Guaro

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Guaza

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Herrera

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Hornachuelos

Huercal de Almeria

Huercal Overa

Huesa

Huetor Tajar -

Villanueva de Mesia

Huetor-Santillan

Humilladero

Ibros

Icod de Los Vinos

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Illora

Isla Baja (Los Silos)

Istan

Iznajar - La Celada - El

Higueral

Iznatoraf

Jabalquinto

Jamilena

Jardin del Sol - Las

Toscas

Jayena

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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

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Los Corrales

Las Navas de la

Concepcion

las Roas

Le Centinela

Lomo Pelado

Lopera

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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.

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Pechina

Pedrera

Pedro Martinez

Pegalajar

Penaflor

Periana

Poligono Industrial de

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Porcuna

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Puebla de Guzman

Puertito de Guimar

Purullena

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Reaejo Bajo

Riogordo

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Rute

Sabiote

Salar

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Torre

San Isidro -

Campohermoso

San Jose

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Tesorillo

San Miguel

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Orotava)

Santa Elena

Santa Eufemia

Santa Ursula

Santaella

Santo Tome

Sierra de Yeguas

Sorihuela del

Guadalimar

Sta Barbara

Tabaiba

Tabernas

Tamaimo

Tharsis

Tolox

Torreblascopedro

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Ugijar

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Valle San Lorenzo

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Villanueva de Algaidas

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Villanueva de la Reina

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Villanueva de Tapia

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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

Martin

Altorricon

Anso

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Rodriguez

Ayllon

Balazote

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Pozuelo

Barrax

Beceite

Belvis de la Jara

Benasque

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Bielsa

Biescas

Binaced

Boltana

Brihuega

Broto

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Campaspero

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Candelario

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Comunidad de Madrid

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Fonz

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Hecho

Horche

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La Alberca de Zancara

La Gineta

La Guardia

La Seca

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Lezuza

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Maella

Mahora

Mazaleon

Mojados

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Moraleja del Vino

Morales de Toro

Nava del Rey

Nonaspe

Oba

Olmedo

Panticosa-El Pueyo

Paredes de Nava

Pastrana

Pedro Bernardo

Penas de San Pedro

Petrola

Pobra de Trives

Poi Sanxenxo

Ponteareas

Portillo

Pozo-Canada

Pozohondo

Pozuelo

Pradoluengo

Puebla de Almoradiel

Quijorna

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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 Cristina de la

Polvorosa

Santovenia

Serrada

Sisante

Torla

Torrecilla de Alcaiz

Castelseras

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Tramacastilla de Tena

Trespaderne

Trillo

Valderrobres

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Valdevimbre

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Villadiego

Villalon de Campos

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Villanua-Castiello

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Alconchel

Alcuescar

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