Gdańska Infrastruktura Wodociągowo-Kanalizacyjna Sp. z.o.o.
Elektroniczne Biuro Obsługi KlientaeBOK

Gdansk Water & Wastewater I


The project comprises measures to improve the quality and management of drinking water as well as the collection and treatment of wastewater in the City of Gdansk, in order to comply with EC Directives.


The investments fall under the capital programme for the years 2006-2011, which is driven by the need to renew and extend the existing asset base, raise efficiency, secure supply and service to customers as well as increase drinking water quality and comply with EU Directives.


Water management:

  • Construction of metering and monitoring system for Gdańsk Water Supply System
  • Construction of Kiełpino water reservoir and the water main to connect the reservoir to the central system
  • Construction of water treatment station Osowa, with water reservoir Osowa
  • Construction of water main connecting Gdańsk-Osowa with the central water supply system
  • Reconstruction of intake and water treatment station Lipce
  • Construction of water main to supply Orunia-Olszynka area from water intake Lipce
  • Treatment of water from water intake Pręgowo
  • Construction of water mains for quarter Gdańsk-Południe
  • Development of water treatment station Zaspa Wodna
  • Reconstruction of water intake and water treatment station Dolina Radości
  • Water supply for Kokoszki-Bysewo area
  • Construction of water supply system in Żuławy area -Olszynka
  • Re-commissioning of reservoir Stara Dolina
  • Construction of intake and water treatment station Zakoniczyn
  • Reconstruction water pumping station Ptasia
  • Construction of new pumping station in the area of Orunia reservoirs, plus two water reservoirs
  • Construction of network and new pumping station for lowland area - pumping station Sobieski

Wastewater management:

  • New sewerage network (in districts of: Osowa-Barniewice-Klukowo, Zabornia, Jasień Wieś, Lostowice, Wyspa Sobieszewska, Orunia, Olszynka, Kiełpin Górny, Święty Wojciech)
  • Extension of Gdańsk - Wschód WWTP - phase III - connection of Zaspa WWTP drainage basin (closure of Zaspa WWTP)
  • Extension of Wschód WWTP - phase IIb - sludge management and adaptation of WWTP objects to strict requirements on total nitrogen removal.

Total cost

Up to PLN 1196.80 million (ca. EUR 268.8 million)

Environmental aspects

The investments included within the project will serve to improve compliance with the EU Drinking Water Directive (98/83/EC), and to meet the deadlines of the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive (91/271/EEC). The project will also help to meet national river quality objective (RQO) improvement targets set by the EA, which are in-line with the objectives of the EU Water Framework Directive (2000/60/EC). The project falls under EIA directive 97/11/EC.


The project falls under EU procurement legislation Directive 2004/18/EC for public works, supplies and services respectively as well as Directive 2004/17/EC. The Bank will require the Promoter to ensure, if applicable, that the investment to be financed will comply with EU procurement.