Nevena Čolić Mohora, Director of MITECO Kneževac
Serbia needs a systematic concept of waste management
What is the lifetime of the one power transformer? Which parts can be recycled? How does the transformer recycling process look like? Why is...
Miodrag Mitrović, President of MITECO
Waste management analysis shows that awareness of waste as a resource still doesn’t exist in Serbia and that, due to a lack of infrastructure, poor organisation and a shortage of modern technologies, Serbia annually discards raw materials worth millions of euros
Belgrade hosted the International Forum MITECO, with the aim of experts from the country and abroad providing answers and identifying opportunities for further action...
When it comes to aligning standards with the EU, one of the conditions that Serbia will have to meet is the introduction of the...
Nevena Čolić Mohora, Director of Miteco
The waste market is underdeveloped in Serbia compared to EU countries. This is a result of the current state of the waste industry, but also the technological capacity of operators, some of which unjustifiably possess licenses and participate in the management of hazardous waste.
On the occasion of 50 years since the establishment of the first purchase stations for secondary raw materials in the Belgrade municipality of Rakovica, company Miteco officially unveiled recycling complex on May 23, which consists of a transfer station for industrial and hazardous waste, a new recycling plant and a plant for mobile remediation of PCB contaminated sites