German Companies Interested in Investing in Recycling Waste Management Industry in Belgrade

Source: eKapija Sunday, 14.11.2021. 12:15
Illustration (Photo: Ruslan Khismatov/
Representatives of the City of Belgrade – city secretariats and utility enterprises – held a meeting with a German business delegation this Friday, with the aim of cooperation in the recycling waste management industry.

The meeting at the Old Court was attended by the acting undersecretary for inspection affairs, Srdjan Zoraja, the undersecretary for environmental protection, Jasmina Madzgalj, and representatives of the PUE Gradska Cistoca, PUE Zelenilo – Beograd and PE Beograd-put.

– We had the honor of hosting representatives of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, representatives of the companies Goduni International and ReTech, as well as around ten German corporations which are interested in investing, producing and networking in Serbia – Zoraja emphasized.

He pointed out that an important topic at the meeting was environmental protection, with special focus on the industry of waste management and recycling.

– Representatives of the competent city services and public utility enterprises had a constructive conversation with the German delegation. They exchanged opinions about the overall importance of the industry itself, their experiences, as well as development opportunities – Zoraja said.

He underlined that special focus at the meeting was placed on circular economy, because it preserves the environment, saves resources and reduces the amount of waste.

– From the aspect of circular economy of the City of Belgrade, it should be pointed out that the new sanitary landfill in Vinca envisages the management of waste, its disposal in line with European standards, which the representatives of the German business delegation agreed with – Zoraja pointed out.

He specified that the processed waste from Vinca would be used for the production of electrical and heating energy.

– The annual capacity of the facility is 340,000 tons of waste, whereas the capacity of the facility for the treatment of construction waste will be at least 100,000 tons. The product of the construction waste treatment process will be further used in construction, primarily in the building of roads – Zoraja specified for Beoinfo.

As he said, there was also talk about ecology and environmental protection.

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