Zheleva, Ivanka; Filipova, Margarita; Roussev, Petar; Rayanova, Kremena
January 2014
Journal Scientific & Applied Research;2014, Vol. 5, p186
Academic Journal
The chronology and the extent to which Republic of Bulgaria laws in the water protection field correspond to EU legislation is presented in the paper. The key issues and opportunities for prevention, quality control and river waters protection from different types of contaminants are analyzed.


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