18 December 2021 - Regional waste management center Rančevo near Sombor will process and reuse most of the waste from five municipal units
19 October 2021 - The Ministry of Environmental Protection has invited interested public and experts to get acquainted with the draft law on waste management
08 October 2021 - Croatia has reduced the amount of municipal waste, increased waste separation, and the recycling rate.
06 October 2021 - The EU prepared a EUR 30 billion investment package and the Western Balkans must implement climate action reforms from Green Agenda Action Plan
05 October 2021 - The interested public only learned of the public consultation two days ahead of an online conference organized by the ministry on October 1.
02 September 2021 - Zelena akcija and initiative "Siščani nisu smetlišćani!" have asked the Croatian government to stop the project.
25 August 2021 - The measure was part of the program of his green-left coalition We Can!, which focuses on the energy transition.
30 July 2021 - Consortium led by Bulgarian construction firm Mix-Construction has been selected for the construction of a combined heat and power facility
20 July 2021 - Croatia's parliament has adopted a new law on waste management which bans the sale of single-use plastic products.
16 July 2021 - Serbia recorded the sharpest decline in household waste recycling in Europe between 2010 and 2019, of 70%, with the average recycling rate of just 0.4%.
06 July 2021 - The EU's deadline to ban single-use plastics has passed, but only a handful of member states have done enough to comply.
25 June 2021 - Serbia, Montenegro, and North Macedonia are stepping up their efforts to reduce their dependence on landfilling, modernize their waste management infrastructure and align their legal framework with that of the EU.