Bor

SALAMI SLICING CAN’T PASS after all- Ministry of Environmental Protection rejects Zijin’s request to decide on the need for environmental impact assessment

Based on the objections submitted by the Association of Young Researchers from Bor and the Renewables and Environmental Regulatory Institute (RERI), the Ministry of Environmental Protection rejected the request to decide on the need for environmental impact assessment of the project of Serbia Zijin Copper doo Bor and indicated to the investor that it is ...Read More »

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Police Surveillance, Ban on Media Presence and Violation of Citizens’ right to participate in the Public Debate on the Environmental Impact Assessment Study of the Linglong Tire Factory

A public debate on the study on the environmental impact assessment of the project of the Linglong tire factory construction was planned to be held in Novi Sad today at 10 am. However, the public was prevented from participating in the public debate. Citizens who submitted their comments and opinions to the study on the ...Read More »

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construction permit

To Determine the Ceasing of Validity of the Permit for the Construction of SHPP “Karaula” in the Special Nature Rerserve Goč-Gvozdac

The Renewables and Environmental Regulatory Institute (RERI) has submitted a request to the Department of Urbanism, Construction and Housing and Communal Services of the City Administration of the City of Kraljevo for issuance a decision which determines the ceasing of validity of the building permit for SHPP Karaula in the Special Nature Reserve Goč Gvozdac ...Read More »

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air pollution

Serbia’s public electricity company faces court challenge for breaching toxic emissions limits

Environmental campaigners have taken legal action against Serbia’s state-owned electricity company (EPS) for exposing Serbians to toxic gases six times above the legal limit – a breach of both national and international law. The challenge, brought by Serbian NGO Renewables and Environmental Regulatory Institute (RERI) aims to force EPS to ensure its thermal power plants ...Read More »

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RERI filed criminal charges against ZIJIN and the responsible director for environmental pollution

Renewables and Environmental Regulatory Institute (RERI) has filed a criminal charges against the company SERBIA ZIJIN COPPER DOO BOR, as well as a responsible person in the legal entity (director of the company) due to suspicion that they committed the crime of Environmental Pollution, prescribed by Article 260 of the Criminal Code (“CC”). Violation of ...Read More »

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Why is the air that is considered “polluted” in the European Union classified as “acceptable” in Serbia?

The Environmental Protection Agency regularly publishes air quality assessments on its website. It does so on the basis of certain criteria. However, the criteria that you can find today on the Agency’s website differ from those presented to citizens in the Report of the Environmental Protection Agency published on September 7, 2020. Thus, due to ...Read More »

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tire factory

RERI Filed Criminal Charge against Responsible in Linglong for performing Construction Works without Construction Permit

RERI’s lawyers filed a criminal charge against the responsible in Linglong International Europe Ltd. Zrenjanin, China Energy Engineering Group Tianjin Electric Power Construction Co., Ltd. and CRE International Ltd. Belgrade due to suspicion that they performed construction works on the construction of the tire factory in the City of Zrenjanin without the construction permit. Due ...Read More »

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Bor

Increase of Flotation of Copper Mine in Majdanpek without Environmental Impact Assessment?

Ministry of Environmental Protection on 14 September issued the decision that Serbia Zijin Copper is not obliged to develop environmental impact assessment (EIA) study for increase of flotation of the copper mine in Majdanpek. RERI and Association of Young Researchers Bor submitted the appeals to the Government of the Republic of Serbia against the decision ...Read More »

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