Events

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2021. szeptember 14., kedd

Hydrologist Club launches at the South-Transdanubian Water Management Directorate September 13, 2021

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From the year of 2021, monthly lectures are planned to be held by the Hungarian Hydrological Society’s Territorial Organization of County Baranya -from September till the end of next May-, in the official premises ...

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2021. június 5., szombat

World Environment Day - June 5th, 2021

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The first major conference on environmental issues was held in 1972 by the United Nations, which is known as the Conference on the Human Environment or the Stockholm Conference. Resolution A/RES/2994 (XXVII) was set out and adopted ...

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2021. május 27., csütörtök

Internal training in Kaposvár at Kapos flood defence structure - for water management operators and water security guards – May 26, 2021

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Within the framework of the education program for civil servants employed by water management entities, internal training was held for colleagues employed in the job categories of water management operators and water security guards on May 27, 2021 in Kaposvár, at Kapos flood defence structure ...

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2020. december 2., szerda

Blood Donation Campaign Was Organized At The South-Transdanubian Water Management Directorate – December 2, 2020

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Blood donation campaign was organized at the premises of the South-Transdanubian Water Management Directorate on Wednesday December 2, 2020. Blood donation events are considered as a tradition

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2020. július 14., kedd

Short film, which summarises the events of the flood protection exercise

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Joint flood protection exercise was held by the General Directorate of Water Management and the South-Transdanubian Water Management Directorate at several locations in the area of ??its operation on July 14, 2020.

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2020. április 22., szerda

The final of the National Vocational Training Competition

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National Vocational Education Competition (OSZTV) was published this year as well in accordance with traditions and in line with Section 73(2)(h) of Act 187 of 2011 on Vocational Education and Training. In 2020, out of six schools, which provide secondary education on water management in the country, 32 students entered for the competition in the field of water management technician.

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2020. február 13., csütörtök

National Vocational Training Competition was organized at Drava Valley High School in Barcs

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National Vocational Education Competition (OSZTV) was published this year as well in accordance with traditions and in line with Section 73(2)(h) of Act 187 of 2011 on Vocational Education and Training. In 2020, out of six schools, which provide secondary education on water management in the country, 32 students entered for the competition in the field of water management technician.

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European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) Program Series in Hungary November 21-29, 2020

2020. november 10., kedd 10:39

The South-Transdanubian Water Management Directorate (DDVIZIG) has also joined the Hungarian Program Series of the European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR), which is organized by the Ministry for Innovation and Technology. The European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) is the biggest voluntary campaign to raise awareness about waste prevention in Europe. In this regard, PLASTIC CAPS CAMPAIGN is organized by the South-Transdanubian Water Management Directorate (DDVIZIG) for its employees. The collected plastic caps will be donated to charity, so the objective of our definite twofold action is: collecting (and hence reducing) and reusing the waste on one hand, and charity, the desire to help together with DDVIZIG on the other hand. The European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) will take place this year from 21 to 29 November 2020 and inspires us to think it through how the amount of waste can be reduced in our households, at work, or in our free time. The theme for 2020 is “Invisible waste”, which refers to the large amount of waste generated during the manufacturing process of products. A big share of invisible waste cannot be recycled and ends up in landfills and incinerators. "Invisible Waste" means waste that we don't even notice, but collect and take home for a purchase or during our day-to-day activities such as nylon and plastic bags, shopping receipts, PET bottles and their caps, etc., which "produces" waste. The organizers’ aim is to organise activities across Europe in the last week of November to raise awareness of "Invisible Waste" to raise awareness about waste reduction, and promoting strategies for product reuse and material recycling. Let’s Clean Up Europe! Let's reduce our waste together and not just for this week. We definitely should use this week to raise awareness about protecting our environment.

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