Transnational project (AT, SK, HU, HR, RS, RO, BG) WANDA aimed at establishing a sustainable, environmentally sound and transnationally coordinated approach in ship waste management along the Danube by (1) elaborating national ship waste management concepts, (2) implementing pilot actions and (3) developing a financing model for the operating system based on the polluter-pays principle.
Transnational project (AT, SK, HU, HR, RS, RO, BG, MD, UA) Based on the findings of the WANDA project, the main focus of CO-WANDA was on initiative work for a binding treaty, which shall provide clear guidelines for ship waste management along the Danube.
National project (AT) The project constituted of a feasibility study on the sustainable reduction of CO2 emissions as well as particle and NO2 emissions by using LNG (liquefied methane and bio methane) for Danube navigation.
national project (HR) The project entailed the procurement and installation of proper RIS and Voice VHF systems, in order to implement River Information Services on the Sava River.
Transnational project (NL, DE, BE, LU, FR, CZ, AT, SK, HU, SL, HR, RS, RO) Main intention of the project is to realise so-called Corridor RIS Services for authorities and logistics users within inland navigation and to transfer those Corridor Services into sustainable operation.
RISING – RIS Services for Improving the Integration of Inland Waterway Transports into Intermodal Chains
Transnational project (GR, NL, NO, BE, DE, AT, SK, HR, RS, RO) RISING had the overall objective of identifying, integrating and further developing information services such as River Information Services (RIS) in order to efficiently support Inland Waterway Transport (IWT) and logistics operations.
National project (HR) Currently there is no connection between the Sava and the Danube rivers, except through the mouth of the Sava river near Belgrade, which considerably extends the navigation route from the Sava basin to Western Europe. Connecting the Danube and the Sava, the fairway would be shortened for more than 400 km upstream and about 90 km downstream.
Danube–Bucharest Canal – Systematization of Arges and Dâmbovita Rivers for navigation and other uses
National project (RO) The main goals pursued by the complex development of the Danube-Bucharest Canal system are: connecting the capital city of Romania with the Danube river through a waterway, defending localities and farming land against floods, producing power, establishing the necessary conditions for leisure and tourism, providing favourable ecological influences and other similar elements, supplying the necessary water for irrigation, providing drinking water for the neighbouring localities and for aqua-farming.