27 October 2022 - The EU is amending the regulations for ambient air, surface and groundwater pollutants and urban wastewater treatment
05 September 2022 - According to the findings from new research, a million inhabitants in Serbia occasionally or permanently lack access to clean drinking water
08 June 2022 - About 40% of Serbia's residents drink unsafe water while about 600,000 residents of Vojvodina get drinking water with traces of arsenic
06 April 2022 - The Government of Montenegro has decided to initiate a procedure to determine its share of water and hydropower from the Bileća lake in BiH
22 March 2022 - Today is World Water Day and this year’s theme is Making the invisible visible, with...
21 December 2021 - Prime Minister Albin Kurti said two dams would be built for water supply and noted that water resources can't be used without concession
04 December 2021 - The people of Zrenjanin in Serbia have been waiting for over 17 years to achieve their constitutional right to clean drinking water
21 September 2021 - Some 800 cows and 200 horses almost died of thirst earlier this month on Mt. Suva Planina after their sole source of drinking water dried up.
20 August 2021 - Zrenjanin is thirsty and its inhabitants are holding regular protest drives and demanding that all people in the city's territory get potable water from the waterworks
13 July 2021 - In the referendum on drinking water, 86.6 percent of citizens voted against the changes of the water act adopted by the parliament.
08 June 2021 - Activists in Slovenia managed to get enough signatures to hold a referendum in an attempt to discard the recent amendments to the Waters Act.
27 November 2020 - Romania will get EUR 370 million from the EU’s Cohesion Fund to increase the availability of safe drinking water and the treatment of the wastewater.