October 28, 2019
Prague, Belgrade – The European Investment Bank (EIB) has refrained from financing the planned Vinča municipal waste incinerator in Belgrade, Serbia, according to a letter sent to the Ne Davimo Beograd initiative that campaigns against the project.
October 15, 2019
The Ne Davimo Beograd initiative has this week challenged a decision by the Ministry of Mining and Energy to grant feed-in tariffs to Beo Čista Energija d.o.o. for the planned Vinča waste incinerator in Serbia, to be financed by the EBRD, IFC and Austrian development bank OeEB.
July 22, 2019
The Serbian Ministry of Environment recently published the environmental assessment for the planned Vinča waste incinerator for public consultation. But the study shows no sign that the new plant would be in line with new EU pollution control standards approved in June.
January 18, 2019
The planned Belgrade waste incinerator, being considered for financing by the EBRD, EIB and IFC, is incompatible with waste prevention and recycling targets and endangers the already precarious livelihoods of the 12,000 people waste-picking in the city. The project’s environmental and social impact assessment fails to resolve numerous issues.
December 20, 2018
Na internet stranici Gradske uprave Beograda osvanuo je oglas o održavanju javne rasprave o dokumentu kojim se procenjuje uticaj koji bi izgradnja spalionice otpada u Vinči mogla da ima na životnu sredinu, zdravlje i džepove građana i građanki Beograda
RASPRAVA O SPALIONICI OTPADA U VINČI IZA LEĐA GRAĐANA! Ovo im može ugroziti zdravlje, ali i udariti po džepu
December 20, 2018
Šta je tačna svrha javne rasprave ukoliko o njenom održavanju građani ne mogu da saznaju i ukoliko sa njenim sadržajem ne postoji način da se zaista upoznaju, u oglasu nije objašnjeno Source: RASPRAVA O SPALIONICI OTPADA U VINČI IZA LEĐA GRAĐANA! Ovo i
December 19, 2018
The planned Belgrade waste incinerator in Serbia, being considered for financing by the EBRD, EIB and IFC, is incompatible with increasing waste prevention and recycling rates and endangers the already precarious livelihoods of the 12,000 people who currently live from waste-picking in the city. The recently published environmental and social impact assessment for the project fails to resolve either of these issues, as well as numerous others.
December 18, 2018
Comments and questions in English and Serbian submitted during the public consultation on the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment.
June 19, 2018
The Vinča waste PPP contract between the City of Belgrade and the Suez-Itochu consortium raises numerous issues including the terms of the contract, the waste management model envisaged, and the impacts on the Roma population living on the landfill, as