08 June 2022 - The latest agreements and earlier loans amount to EUR 4 billion in investments in wastewater treatment and utility infrastructure.
08 June 2022 - About 40% of Serbia's residents drink unsafe water while about 600,000 residents of Vojvodina get drinking water with traces of arsenic
21 December 2021 - Prime Minister Albin Kurti said two dams would be built for water supply and noted that water resources can't be used without concession
07 November 2021 - The new digester at Sofiyska voda's wastewater treatment plant, worth EUR 3.1 million, increased its biogas production capacity by 25%
01 November 2021 - A newly built wastewater treatment facility in the Serbian city of Kruševac is making biogas out of sludge dried in the Sun
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
25 August 2021 - European Greens Co-chair Thomas Waitz said he would speak in the European Parliament about Rio Tinto's project and the devastation of the Danube in Serbia
11 June 2021 - Minister Andrej Vizjak says the Government of Slovenia would determine concession areas and help municipalities build three incinerators
01 June 2021 - Prime Minister Zaev said investments in energy of EUR 3.1 billion are expected by 2027, of which the overwhelming majority is for renewables
08 February 2021 - CRBC agreed to design and build dozens of wastewater treatment and network systems and rehabilitate or build six regional landfills in Serbia.
18 December 2020 - Subotica and its surrounding area expanded the sewerage network in a EUR 27 million project and added a sludge-to-energy unit and a water plant
11 December 2020 - Kosovo* will receive EUR 72.1 million in grants and loans from Germany for wastewater treatment, energy efficiency, and renewable energy projects.