2018. december 5., szerda

Open Day at the National University of Public Service (NUPS)


The next Open day will take place at the Faculty of Water Sciences of the National University of Public Service (NUPS) on the 5th December 2018. The head of the faculty and his colleagues will present university education in the institution through interesting presentations regarding the career model of water management, the opportunities to control icy floods, instruments and terrain models; which topics will be extremely useful in order to obtain credible information about the day to day life of the water management sector.

2018. április 21., szombat

Day of Earth Event in Pécs at Tettye - 21 April 2018


The Day of Earth events have been held worldwide since 1970 with the contribution of more than a thousands of organizations, which events are calling attention to the environmental and nature conservation problems of our planet and offer solutions to them.

2018. március 28., szerda

The river that invigorates and connects – River Danube


The Department of Natural Sciences of the Janus Pannonius Museum invites visitors to the exhibition "About the River Danube through Ages and Periods", which is owned by the Danube Museum of Esztergom. The opening of the travelling exhibition will take place at 1 pm March 28, 2018.  in the museum building 2 Szabadság Street, Pécs.

2017. november 22., szerda

Open Day at the National University of Public Service


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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International Project - County Baranya

2017. október 30., hétfő 19:17


Project title: “Ecological revitalization of Boros-Dráva and Aljmaski rit branches to renew aquatic habitats, increase biodiversity and fishing tourism possibilities”

Application Form ID:              HUHR/1601/2.2.1/0016
Lead Beneficiary:                   Hrvatske Vode
Project Partners:                   Dél-dunántúli Vízügyi Igazgatóság
                                            Horgász Egyesületek Baranya Megyei Szövetsége
                                            Zeleni Hrvatske

The amount of EU funding:     Hrvatske Vode             666.481,64 Euro
                                            DDVIZIG                      624.249,45 Euro
                                            HEBMESZ                     14.468,50 Euro
                                            Zeleni Hrvatske           34.925,00 Euro


Total costs of the project:                                       1.340.124,59 Euro

Start date of the project:      1st September 2017.
End date of the project:               30th April 2019.

Project Summary:
The large amount of sediment deposited in the Boros-Dráva Basin has hindered the smooth derivation of the waters, and the presence of rich organic matter has not favored by the natural environment.
On the Hungarian side, in Boros-Dráva, located in the Old settlement, the South Transdanubian Water Management Directorate performed sludge digging work. A significant amount of nearly 50,000 m3 of sludge was discharged from the bed at the planned 805-meter stretch, which was located in two former sites.
In the project, Croatian partners in the so-called Aljmaski Rit (near Osijek city) carried out sludge extraction and restoration work to achieve a better ecological environment.
The purpose of the Boros-Drava revitalization is to ensure the free flow of water, to increase the water surface, to improve water quality, all of which create the conditions for a more favorable ecological environment. In addition, new fishing heads were built instead of the old ones, and native fish species (carp, pike, tench) were also installed to increase the tourist value and attractiveness of the area.

For more information please contact Mr. Gergely Hegedűs project manager, or call +36 72 506 384, or send your email to:

For more information about the Programme, please visit website.

This website was made with the financial support of the European Union. The South-Transdanubian Water Management Directorate is responsible for the content of the website and can in no way be considered as the position of the European Union or the Managing Authority.

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