EBRD provides €72.25m for new Belgrade landfills

EBRD provides €72.25m for new Belgrade landfills

Published at: 2019-10-04 11:17 | Author: CIJ Serbia
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has agreed to support the construction of new landfills and an energy production facility in Belgrade’s Vinca settlement with a €72.25m loan. The project will be developed by Beo Pure Energy, which was established by SUEZ, Itochu and the Marguerite Fund. The companies entered into a 25-year PPP with the city of Belgrade. The partnership includes the development of waste energy production plants, construction waste (CDV) plants, rehabilitation of an existing landfill and the construction of a new landfill. in accordance with EU rules. The plant will have the capacity to process about 510,000t of household waste, and about 200,000t per year of construction waste.

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