Bulgarian court rules out Sofia waste incinerator plant due to unassessed health risks and lack of public consultation
September 26, 2023
After eight years of litigation, Sofia’s Administrative Court overturned the environmental impact assessment (EIA) for a waste incineration plant in the Bulgarian capital. Expected to burn processed waste in the form of refuse-derived fuel (RDF), the plant would have put the health of Sofia’s residents at risk, polluted the air, generated toxic ash and created additional traffic, the court ruled.
September 12, 2022
Elektroprivreda BiH juče je objelodanilamogućnost konverzije trećeg bloka Termoelektrane u Tuzliu kombinovano toplotno i energetsko …
September 8, 2022
Foto bazaJP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. Sarajevo i Evropska banka za obnovu i razvoj (EBRD) kako je juče najavljeno danas bi trebali …
August 31, 2021
Never before seen as a priority for impoverished Serb voters, green issues are forcing themselves onto the political agenda ahead of …
January 18, 2021
Superficial cover up by the EBRD’s accountability mechanism of problems at Belgrade Solid Waste public-private partnership is followed by new request for problem solving.
October 12, 2020
Source: Иницијатива против спалионице у Винчи
Groundhog day: Third public consultation for Belgrade incinerator environmental studies and still no circular economy in sight
October 1, 2020
Construction of Belgrade’s Vinča incinerator officially started last year, so why have Serbian authorities opened a new public consultation on an updated environmental study? Annulling all previous approvals immediately is the only way to give this process any integrity.
March 26, 2020
A new study commissioned by Friends of the Earth-CEPA and Bankwatch estimates that a planned waste incinerator in Novaky, Slovakia will not solve energy, climate or waste issues. According to the analysis, it will be almost impossible for the plant to meet supply quotas and new recycling targets. Considering the high level of CO2 emissions from waste incineration, this solution will furthermore continue to pollute the environment while also preventing Slovakia from investing in renewables.
January 15, 2020
The next EU budget should scrap climate and air quality harming investments, environmental campaigners have said, after the European Commission approved on Thursday Cohesion Fund aid of more than €100m to build two waste-to-energy incineration plants i
December 12, 2019
Топлофикациите на Ковачки твърдят, че изгарянето на боклука подобрява качественото на въздуха.Съдът: ТЕЦ “Брикел” не може да гори отпадъци, докато не направи екооценка