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Source: Nordic Investment Bank – 1

NIB and the Swedish municipality of Strängnäs have signed a 25-year framework loan agreement of SEK 280 million (EUR 27.16 million) to finance its investment programme for wastewater infrastructure improvements.
The uncommitted credit facility has been provided for the Municipality of Strängnäs’ investment programme for wastewater infrastructure projects between 2020 and 2024.
The investments will ensure optimum economic use of existing infrastructure and sufficient flexibility for future needs by the expansion and upgrading of the waste water treatment and bio gas production in Strängnäs.
The projects include closing the old and inefficient Mariefred sewage treatment plant, the upgrading and expansion of the central Strängnäs sewage treatment plant, and a sewage pipeline to connect the two localities. There are also large investments into the expansion and improvement of the existing pipeline network. The total investment cost for the projects is SEK 561.6 million.
With a population of 36,544 inhabitants at the end of 2019, Strängnäs is one of the oldest towns in the County of Södermanland, located on the shores of Lake Mälaren in eastern Sweden.
NIB is an international financial institution owned by eight member countries: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden. The Bank finances private and public projects in and outside the member countries. NIB has the highest possible credit rating, AAA/Aaa, with the leading rating agencies Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s.
For further information, please contactMr Patrik Marckert, Senior Manager Origination, at +358 10 618 0266, patrik.marckert@nib.int
Mr Arild Moen, Senior Communications Officer, at 358 10 618 0496, arild.moen@nib.int

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