The Regional Water Management Authority in Warsaw

The Regional Water Management Authority in Warsaw manages the area of 111,47 thousand square km(it is about 1/3 of the territory of Poland). The region includes a part of the Vistulariverbasin (the region of the middle Vistula river) and parts of water regions Jarft, Świeża, Łyna, Węgorapa i Niemen. The Regional Water Management Authority in Warsaw manages 29 rivers which are 3 001,36 km long.

The most significant facilities administered by The Regional Water Management Authority in Warsaw are Dębe Water Reservoir, Włocławek Water Reservoir, Brody Iłżeckie Water Reservoir, Wióry Water Reservoir, Sulejów Water Reservoir, Żerański Canal, Augustowski Canal, impounding facilities on the Land of the Great Masurian Lakes.

At present The Regional Water Management Authority in Warsaw implements projects part-financed by The European Union:

  • "Ecotones for reducing diffuse pollution."
  • "Ecological safety of the Włocławek dam: modernisation of the dam in Włocławek and improvement of flood safety for the Włocławek Reservoir."
  • "Construction and purchase of the technical floating sets to meet the navigation security on the Great Masurian Lakes - adaptation to the signs for round-the-clock navigation."