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2017. november 22., szerda

Open Day at the National University of Public Service

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The next Open Day will be held on Wednesday 22 November 2017 at the Faculty of Water Sciences of the National University of Public Service. Trainings will be demonstrated with interesting presentations given by the leaders of the faculty; in addition to attending classes at the Faculty of Hydraulic and Water Management and the Faculty of Water Supply and Environmental Engineering.

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2017. október 21., szombat

Autumn Festival of Museums Adventurers are invited!

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Come and join in the adventure games organized by Danube Museum and the Game Cottage.
 

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2017. június 24., szombat

Mysterious night at the Danube Museum

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Do unidentified culprits walk in the dark rooms of the museum at night? No one has seen anything, no trace was left. Their intent is unknown at this time, but it is absolutely certain that an artifact will disappear.

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2017. május 20., szombat

22nd Spring Festival of Museums at the weekend

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MUSEUMS IN THE GARDEN – gardens and museums

The Spring Festival of Museums was organised for the 22nd time on 20-21 May 2017 by the Hungarian National Museum. This unique cultural festival attracts almost 40 000 visitors annually and provides an opportunity for more than 120 Hungarian museums to present their collections. The team of Danube Museum joined in the event as well.

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National Projects - County Somogy

2016. január 25., hétfő 10:31

PLANNED PROJECT:

Reconstruction of the pumping station in Ordacsehi

 

Aim of the project:

The main objective of the project is to increase the energy efficiency, the operational safety of the pumping station and thus reduce the damage caused by excess waters.

Description of the project:

There are six major drainage areas located in the inland water protection section of the South-Balaton along the southern shores of Lake Balaton. The pumping station of Balatonlelle had already been in the trusteeship of the South-Transdanubian Water Management Directorate when further four inland water protection sites got transferred into or trusteeship from the water association organizations in 2014 located in Ordacsehi, Balatonőszöd, Szántód and Zamárdi. The condition of the pumping stations taken over was inappropriate; therefore, complex reconstruction is required to meet safe operation standards.  

The pumping station in Ordacsehi is owned by the Hungarian State whilst the trusteeship rights have been exercised by the South-Transdanubian Water Management Directorate since 2014. The pumping station is situated in Lot No. 2197/6 in Balatonboglár.  

The maximum capacity of 2.0 m3/s is currently provided by two CLW 350 and two CLW 500 units manufactured in the early 1970s. In spite of the maintenance and repair carried out on the hydraulic and electric parts of the pumps, further regular checks and repairs are needed for operational safety reasons also considering the cost-efficiency aspects. As a consequence, the main objective of the 2014-2020 programming period for us is to replace the current pumps with more modern units of similar technical outputs and water-delivery capacity, in order to ensure the smooth drainage of excess waters in the catchment area into the final recipient.

It is essential to modernize the mechanical installations, to reconstruct the complete electric control system and to restore the pump house both internally and externally.  

The investment is to be implemented within the Environmental and Energy Efficiency Programme of the ‘Új Széchenyi Terv’. The reconstruction of the pumping station in Ordacsehi is to take place through Project titled ‘KEHOP 1.3.0. – Development of pumping stations for excess water control.

The project currently is in its preparation phase, the application is planned to be submitted by the first half of 2016.

The beneficiary of the project is the Consortium between the General Directorate of Water Management and the territorially competent water management directorates.

For more information about the project please visit the website of belvizszivattyu.ovf.hu.

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