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Water Challenges

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21.4%
Physical water supply
14.3%
Access to Water Supply and Water Services
14.3%
Compliance with Local Regulations and Widely-Accepted Standards
14.3%
Upstream Water Issues
14.3%
Water Pricing
7.1%
Land Use Issues
7.1%
Local Water Resource Governance
7.1%
Socioeconomic and Reputation

Country Overview

1.1.1.WATER RESOURCES Lake Balaton is the largest and warmest freshwater lake of Central Europe. The two most important rivers, the Danube (its length in Hungary is 417km) and the Tisza (597km), cross the country from north to south. Flooding can endanger 52 per cent of the country. The renewable water resources total 120 billion m3 annually, which is mainly provided by the Danube river (the amount of inflowing water per capita in Hungary is the highest in the world). About three quarters of the country's groundwater resources (shallow groundwater and bankfiltered and karstic water) is vulnerable. Half of the population is supplied with drinking water from bank-filtered wells, located along the Danube and other rivers of excellent quality. The country is rich in thermal waters.

1.1.2.WATER USE The vast majority of Hungary’s waterworks are reliant on groundwater: more than 90 per cent of the population is supplied in this way. Water utilities supply 560 million m3 of drinking water per year and a further 240 million m3 of water for other public uses. Annual industrial and agricultural abstraction accounts for almost 5,000 million m3 and 680 million m3 respectively. Power generation accounts for 95.48 per cent of industrial use; 68 per cent of agricultural use is for fishponds, and 27 per cent for irrigation. Major rivers are important for transportation, and Hungary contains 1600km of navigable waterways. The Danube and Tisza are key international routes, while the Dráva is used for internal transport. Cargo transport is very small (currently around 8-10 per cent on the Danube and only 1- 2 per cent on the Tisza) and potential is limited by the lack of a connection between the two rivers. The water regime is highly dependent on the flow regime, which has a major impact on the efficiency of shipping transport. Hungary’s rivers also play a vital role in disposing of effluent, being the major recipients of both municipal and industrial wastewater. There is little potential for hydroelectric power (around 1 per cent of energy production is generated by hydropower). As 21,712km2 of Hungary is below river flood level, flood control is a key consideration. Crucially, this area includes 10,000m2 arable land, 32 per cent of the rail network, 15 per cent of roads and more than 2,000 industrial plants. The highest flood discharge in the Danube is 20 times low flow; flooding on the major rivers can last several months. In smaller rivers, e.g. the Körös system, the ratio is several hundred to one and floods can develop in a few hours. Devastating, fast-rising icejam floods are especially dangerous. Flood control over past centuries has resulted in the construction of 4,181km of defences (mainly earthen embankments). Ten emergency lowland flood reservoirs (with a total volume of 360 million m3) provide protection for 97 per cent of the floodplain area.

1.2.WATER QUALITY, ECOSYSTEMS AND HUMAN HEALTH The upgrading of Hungary's standards in waste management, energy efficiency, and air, soil, and water pollution to meet EU requirements will require large investments. Of 876 natural and 150 artificial water bodies identified in Hungary, 579 freshwater surface bodies have been classified as being “at risk” from organic, nutrient or priority hazardous substances (according to EU Water Framework Directive definitions). Approximately 70 per cent of artificial lakes (mainly fishponds) are “at risk” from organic and nutrient loads. Organic and nutrient loads from point/diffuse sources are as follows (in 1,000 t/year): total nitrogen 24.8/20.0; total phosphorus 3.9/3.0; BOD5 (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) 60.0/3.2; COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand) 12.3/20.5. Point source load is mainly from urban discharges (80-95 per cent, depending on pollutant). None of the 108 groundwater bodies identified is considered to be “at risk” due to human intervention, but 46 sites are listed as “possibly at risk” (mostly from nitrate pollution from diffuse sources). Pollution has made phreatic groundwater near the surface unfit for drinking water. 349 water bodies have been identified as “at risk” and 234 “possibly at risk” from hydromorphological alterations. These represent 42 per cent and 25 per cent of the total length of Hungarian water bodies respectively. In the case of lakes, 47 water bodies are “possibly at risk”, including Lake Balaton.

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Water Technologies International (GR8 Water) is engaged in the manufacture and distribution of technologically advanced Atmospheric Water Generators (AWG). These unique devices utilize a patent pending air purification input system to produce clean, great-tasting, safe water from the humidity in ... Learn More

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Reconnecting floodplains to restore ecosystem services and re-establish biodiversity, this project focuses on restoring the cut-off floodplains to the Danube for the benefit of people, habitats and species. The project focuses on improving knowledge on habitat locations and conditions, helping ... Learn More

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