Agglomerations – changes in the reporting forms from the NAPE

Aglomeracje zmiany w formularzach

Wody Polskie has published a new template for the report on the implementation of the National Urban Wastewater Treatment Program. The reporting obligation applies to all agglomerations that are included in the VI update of this program, the so-called “agglomeration”. VI ACP-ENVIRONMENT. The report sheets should show the status of implementation of activities as of December 31, 2022. Wody Polskie still expects the questionnaire to be sent in two versions – paper and electronic – to the address of the territorially appropriate regional water management board. Agglomerations have until the end of February to submit the report.

Forms for the NAPE – what has changed?

Currently, three sheets must be completed:

  • Agglomerations 2022.
  • Treatment plants 2022.
  • KP 2022 (End Discharge Point).

Important: you can check the completed fields – in the sheet “Agglomerations 2022”, in the upper left corner there is a question: has the completion of the report been completed? After selecting the answer “YES”, the fields summarizing the whole are displayed.

The reporting forms are available on the Waterways website.

Failure by agglomerations to submit the report risks sanctions in the form of fines of up to 10,000. PLN.

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