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Cegléd calls tenders for Ft 5.8 bln sewerage project

The city of Cegléd, central Hungary, has announced tenders for a Ft 5.8 billion sewerage expansion, mayor János Sós announced on Wednesday. Cegléd is receiving Ft 4 billion in EU funding for the project. The rest of the money will come from the local council and the owners of 7,500 homes that will be attached to the sewerage. The owners will pay a monthly fee of Ft 3,000. Work on the sewerage will start next year and be completed by October 2007, Sós said. Cegléd completed a sewage treatment plant last year. Just 23% of the city's 38,000 residents live in a dwelling attached to the city's sewerage.