An agreement has been signed between Serbia and Sweden that will contribute to the reduction of industrial emissions

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The bilateral agreement on cooperation in reducing industrial emissions, through the implementation of the European Directive on industrial emissions in Serbia, was signed by the Minister of Environmental Protection Irena Vujović and the Ambassador of Sweden to Serbia Anika Ben David.
Vujović stated that the signing of the agreement started the third phase of the project – “Green Transition – Implementation of the Directive on Industrial Emissions in Serbia in the Period 2021 – 2025” (IED 3), worth 1.7 million euros, which is important for fulfilling obligation of Serbia from Chapter 27 – Environment and Climate, it is stated on the website of the Ministry.
The implementation partner of the project is the Center for Cleaner Production of the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade.
Vujović pointed out that within the project, the plan is to draft a new Law on Integrated Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution, as well as bylaws in order to be fully harmonized with the Directive on Industrial Emissions. The project will also help develop integrated permits for 15 industrial plants and seven farms, eKapija reports.