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EU supports two new recycling yards in Nuštar and Kneževi Vinogradi, Croatia

January 24, 2018

Construction of two new recycling yards in Croatia announced

Croatian municipalities Nuštar, in Vukovar-Srem County, and Kneževi Vinogradi, in Osijek-Baranja county, have received the European Union (EU) grants for the construction and equipping of recycling yards. Croatia’s minister for…

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For rehabilitation and close-out of Leć landfill in Croatia EU gives EUR 1.7 million

January 16, 2018

For rehabilitation and close-out of Leć landfill in Croatia EU gives EUR 1.7 million

The Leć waste dump in Vodice, a town in the Šibenik-Knin county in Croatia, will soon be rehabilitated and closed: a contract for this project was signed last week. The…

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January 15, 2018

Contracts signed to upgrade joint water supply, sewage system in three Croatian Towns

Representatives of the Croatian government and three coastal municipalities in the north of the country singed contracts on the financing of a project to expand and upgrade their join water…

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Applications for energy renovation of public buildings in Croatia from 15 January

January 10, 2018

Applications for energy renovation of public buildings in Croatia starts on January 15

The Call for Energy renovation of public buildings in Croatia is open for submission of application starting on January 15. For these purposes, the European Regional Development Fund has allocated…

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January 5, 2018

Croatia postponed free trade of renewable energy again

The Croatian government postponed the launch of renewable energy free trade for 2019. This is the second consecutive year that the supplier’s obligation to buy electricity from wind farms or…

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January 5, 2018

Green islands for waste separation in central Zagreb

The Zagreb city government has set up the first underground waste containers with separate compartments for different types of waste in central parts of the Croatian capital. The communal services…

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European-financed small hydropower plants damaging pristine Balkan

December 20, 2017

Study: European-financed small hydropower plants damaging pristine Balkan

Eight hydropower projects in Albania, Croatia and Macedonia financed with European public money have damaged biodiversity and are in urgent need of increased monitoring and restoration measures, finds a study…

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Pula has made first steps towards sustainable city traffic, agreement with EBRD

December 19, 2017

Pula has made first steps towards sustainable city traffic

The City government of Pula is dedicated to enable its citizens to use modern, secure and cleaner public transport and to do it with innovative approach to sustainable urban mobility,…

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City of Zagreb published tender for composting facility for biodegradable waste

December 14, 2017

City of Zagreb published tender for composting facility for biodegradable waste

The City of Zagreb published a tender for exploration works and design of the composting facility for biodegradable waste on dumpsite “Obreščica”, needed for co-financing from EU funds. The investment…

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December 12, 2017

Croatian Government appointed new HEP’s Supervisory Board

General Shareholders Assembly of the public power utility Hrvatska elektroprivreda (HEP) elected new Supervisory Board, company said in a statement. The General Shareholders Assembly, chaired by Minister of Finance Zdravko…

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Croatia has allocated more money for recycling yards construction

December 11, 2017

Croatia has allocated more money for recycling yards construction

Croatian Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy announced additional EUR 9.25 million for the construction of recycling yards. Total sum has amounted to EUR 29 million. The public call will…

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December 9, 2017

Contracts signed for water management projects in Croatia’s Slavonia region

Croatian cabinet ministers and local officials signed six co-financing contracts for water management projects in the Slavonia region, the Croatian government said in a statement issued after its session in…

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