His Excellency the Canadian Ambassador to Serbia Mr. Giles Norman, IFC’s Regional Manager for the Western Balkans Mr. Nikolas Marquier, accompanied with Trade Commissioner at the Embassy of Canada Mr. Filip Petrović and IFC Officer for Serbia Mr. Bodin Bulatović, visited Vinča Waste Resource Recovery Center.
Among the variety of qualified projects, Belgrade Waste Management PPP Project has been awarded a Public-Private Collaboration Award at the World Economic Forum’s Urban Transformation Summit taking place in Detroit, Michigan on 9th October 2023 for the proven PPP project contributions to urban transformation and development, environment protection improvement, CO2 emissions reductions and achieving several key Sustainable Development Goals.
Mr. Olivier Becht, the esteemed representative of the French government serving as the Minister of Foreign Trade, along with H.E. Pierre Cochard, the French Ambassador to Serbia, Ms. Sara Pavkov, State Secretary of the Ministry of the Environmental Protection, and representatives of Beo Čista Energija visited the facilities within the Vinča Waste Resource Recovery Centre.
On the occasion of the event Circular Economy Summit of the Western Balkans 2023, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia together with Serbian Chamber of Engineers visited Vinča Resource Recovery Center.
At the initiative of children’s writers and authors gathered around Bookland, company Beo Čista Energija, which manages the Vinča Resource Recovery Center, donated 50 books to the library of the Karadjordje elementary school in Ostružnica, one of the oldest Serbian school.
On the occasion of the World Environment Day, Ivana Vilotijević, Secretary for Environmental Protection of the City of Belgrade, visited the Vinča Resource Recovery Center.
It is pleasure to see that sustainable business is becoming an imperative in Serbia – we have welcomed representatives of the Belgrade Airport, which operates within the leading private aircraft operator Vinci Airports.
Students from the Faculty of Geography, headed by Ivan Samardžić, PhD, Department of Environment, visited the Vinča Resource Recovery Center on 27th of April. The students visited all the facilities and were particularly interested in the Leachate Treatment Facility, thanks to which clean water goes into the Danube and the Energy-from-Waste plant, which is in commissioning phase.
Mr. Pierre Cochard, Ambassador of France to the Republic of Serbia and representatives of the French Parliament, Mr. Frederic Petit and Ms. Marine Hamelet, visited the Vinča Resource Recovery Centre.