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Adopted Green Agenda Action Plan for Western Balkans brings EUR 9 billion in grants, 2024 deadline to align with EU ETS
Experts, NGOs demand fresh public consultation on Serbia’s 2021-2024 waste management plan
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
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.
24 February 2021 - The regulation on new waste management information system obliges companies to do so by March 31 or June 30.
02 February 2021 - The funds in the form of loans and grants are intended for the rehabilitation of the HPP Fierza, waste management, and regional development.
19 January 2021 - Overview of waste management in Turkey summarizing the legislation and practice by Umut Korkmaz of CMS law office in Istanbul, Turkey.
14 January 2021 - The facility will burn refuse derived fuel to produce heat for the district heating system and electricity which will be delivered to the grid.
16 December 2020 - In January 2020, new Slovak waste legislation introduced an electronic information system for waste management.