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Water utility BVS criticises regulator

Bratislava’s regional water utility Bratislavská Vodárenská Spoločnosť (BVS), a.s., has still to receive the official decision of the Regulatory Office for Network Industries (ÚRSO) on fees for distribution of drinking water and treatment of wastewater for 2009, according to company director general Daniel Gemeran.

Bratislava’s regional water utility Bratislavská Vodárenská Spoločnosť (BVS), a.s., has still to receive the official decision of the Regulatory Office for Network Industries (ÚRSO) on fees for distribution of drinking water and treatment of wastewater for 2009, according to company director general Daniel Gemeran.

According to Gemeran, ÚRSO has not been doing its work properly, which has negatively affected BVS’ operations. BVS provides water supply and wastewater treatment services. The Bratislava City Council is the majority shareholder in BVS, holding 59.29 percent. The remaining shares are in the hands of the National Property Fund and towns and villages in the service area of BVS. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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