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Waste-to-energy in Serbia – a cause for concern or an opportunity to reap environmental-climate-energy benefits

11 November 2022 - In this latest article in the series "Serbia, from garbage dumps to circular economy", we discuss the waste-to-energy concept with Professor Vladimir Pavićević, Igor Jezdimirović, and Helga Stoiber

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Municipal waste – Serbia’s untapped resource

02 April 2022 - We continue the series called Serbia, from garbage dumps to circular economy, with an article on municipal waste management. We spoke to Gojkan Stojinović, Jovanka Dakić and Milica Lukić.

Garbage dumps in Serbia are quietly poisoning its citizens

21 February 2022 - Waste comes back like a boomerang through our water, land and air, enters the food chain and slowly poisons us

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Circular economy is becoming basic principle for entire world

23 June 2020 - Serbia is the first country in the Western Balkans to produce the Roadmap for Circular...

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Hazardous industrial waste – export is expensive, but landfilling costs even more

19 July 2022 - In this latest article in the series “Serbia, from garbage dumps to circular economy,” we discuss the flow of industrial waste, primarily hazardous waste,

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Packaging waste – how citizens pay for businesses’ irresponsibility

13 June 2022 - In this latest article in the series “Serbia, from garbage dumps to circular economy,” Balkan Green Energy News discuss the packaging waste management system with Violeta Belanović Kokir, Kristina Cvejanov, and Dragana Katić

Global Recycling Day – recycling is seventh resource for planetary conservation

Global Recycling Day – recycling is seventh resource for planetary conservation

18 March 2022 - Out of 2.1 billion metric tons of solid waste that is generated on Earth every year, only about 16% is recycled

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