Source: Politika | Monday, 12.01.2015.| 15:23
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Law fixes for "stinky buildings"

(Photo: Građevinska direkcija Srbije)

The analysis of concrete which would show presence or organic polluters which intoxicated air in buildings in Mileva Maric-Ajnstajn street will become compulsory for all facilities under construction.


The Construction Directorate of Serbia and citizens of "stinky buildings" have not decided yet whether they will demolish two buildings in Novi Beograd contaminated with phenol evaporation from air. In the meantime, changes of the law have been in preparation so that no one in Serbia would have a dilemma again whether to, for the fear of polluted air, demolish an investment worth a million. Last changes to the Law on construction recently adopted at the National Assembly imply adoption of bylaws which will, as confirmed, comprise the test for all facilities still under construction.

The test is a method of sampling concrete and the analysis for checks whether they contain organic pollutors similar to the ones which turned two buildings in Mileva Maric-Ajnstajn street into "stinky ones". Since the analysis will be carried out before the roof is placed, demolition of great proportions such as the one which might happen to the stinky buildings will not be necessary.

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