Energo Zelena, rendering plant
Energo Zelena, rendering plant
Indjija
Energo Zelena, rendering plant
Energo Zelena, rendering plant
Indjija
Energo Zelena, trucks
Energo Zelena, trucks
Indjija
View from control room
View from control room
Energo Zelena
Energo Zelena, rendering plant
Energo Zelena, rendering plant
Machinery
Energo Zelena, rendering plant
Energo Zelena, rendering plant
Machinery
Energo Zelena, rendering plant
Energo Zelena, rendering plant
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Energo-Zelena received IPPC permit

On May 11th 2015 the ceremony for the handover of the IPPC permit by representatives of the Provincial Secretariat for Urban Planning, Construction and Environment protection to the representatives of Energo Zelena took place at the premises of Energo Zelena in Indjija. 

The IPPC permit is another official confirmation that Energo Zelena meets the most stringent requirements in the area of environmental protection. With this Energo Zelena became the first facility processing animal by-products in Serbia with IPPS permit. In Serbia 174 existing facilities are required to possess the IPPC permit but Energo Zelena is only the 7th company in Vojvodina and the 11th company in Serbia receiving this IPPC permit.

However, obtaining this IPPC permit does not mean Energo Zelena will now restart its operations neither does the IPPC permit affect the pending arbitration against the Republic of Serbia.

 

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Tel. (general):
+381 22 800 450

Tel. (supply and logistics): +381 22 800 454

Energo-Zelena d.o.o.
Zeleznicka bb
22 320 Indjija, Serbia
www.energozelena.rs
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Energo Zelena...

Energozelena
 

 

…is rendering plant owned by Republic of Serbia.

…is the only state-of-art rendering facility for hazardous ABP treatment in Serbia and the Balkan region (with the exception of Croatia).

…the processing capacity of the plant is 150,000 tons of hazardous ABP and it combines realistic market capacities for hazardous ABP and capacities for emergency situations.

…is fully compliant with both Serbian and EU laws and regulations. 

…has initially invested EUR 21,5 million into a rendering plant in Indjija. 

…is a zero waste plant. 

…is socially responsible company.

…employees 43 people and it will rise as the processing volumes increase – up to 100 employee.

...proper treatment of hazardous ABP is a corner stone for sustainable meat and dairy industry.