ENVIROS Ltd. launches operations in Serbia


December 8, 2015





December 8, 2015




Consulting company ENVIROS d. o. o. organized the ceremonial launch of its Serbian branch within the premises and with the support of the Embassy of the Czech Republic.

Ambassador Ivana Hlavsová commenced the event by welcoming more than 70 guests from governmental organizations and agencies, industrial companies and consulting firms. The ceremony was facilitated by the embassy’s commercial counsellor Jiří Král, the director of ENVIROS d. o. o. Jan Pejter, the commercial director of ENVIROS Group Jan Pavlík and country manager for Serbia Strahinja Mladenović. The guests were familiarized with the company’s focus and aims for projects in the fields of energy efficiency, renewable energy and environmental protection.

The company’s experts are ready to cooperate on projects regarding energy efficiency in buildings, reduction of energy demand in industry, reconstruction and extension of networks for central heating, introduction of renewable energy sources, energy and environmental audits, and assessments of environmental impact. ENVIROS can help align the operations and management of enterprises with energy and environmental requirements laid out by the European Union. The company is based at Ušće Tower business centre in Belgrade.

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