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.
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
November 5, 2019
The EU’s bank has pulled out of funding a controversial waste incinerator in Belgrade, Serbia, after the European Commission warned it could threaten environmental targets.
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 25, 2019
Inicijativa Ne davimo Beograd saopštila je danas da je dobila i zvanični odgovor Evropske investicione banke, u kome se navodi da je odbila da finansira izgradnju spalionice u Vinči, zbog posledica koje će ovaj projekat imati po ciljeve u vezi recikliranja otpada postavljene u Poglavlju 27, odnosno po pristupanje Srbije Evropskoj uniji.
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.
New study finds climate and energy plans at odds with EU targets for #Circular Economy and #EmissionsReductions : EU Reporter
June 6, 2019
Five countries in central and eastern Europe all plan a variety of waste incineration methods in their national energy and climate plans (NECPs), jeopardizing their ability to meet mandatory European targets aimed at improving recycling rates, fosterin
New study finds climate and energy plans at odds with EU targets for circular economy and emissions reductions
June 5, 2019
For immediate release – Five countries in central and eastern Europe all plan a variety of waste incineration methods in their national energy and climate plans (NECPs), jeopardising their ability to meet mandatory European targets aimed at improving recycling rates, fostering a circular economy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the sector, finds a new report from CEE Bankwatch Network.
Waste incineration with energy recovery in the NECPs of Bulgaria, Hungary, Latvia, Poland and Slovakia
June 4, 2019
Bulgaria, Hungary, Latvia, Poland and Slovakia all plan to expand the use of waste incineration to generate energy (mostly heat) as part of their National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs). These plans will lead to much higher greenhouse gas emissions (
February 2, 2019
Il Fondo europeo di sviluppo regionale, da cui arrivavano i finanziamenti agli inceneritori, sarà invece destinato alla crescita intelligente e all’economia verde. L’Europa dice basta ai finanziamenti agli inceneritori