emg home
Tadic supports idea of joint candidacy for the UEFA 2020 Telekom Srbija invests EUR150 mln in Montenegro Serbia, Austria to sign agreement on scientific, technical cooperation Taking unilateral measures threatens stability in Kosovo-Metohija Economic indicators show better living standards later this year Djelic on working visit to Austria Turkish PM pays official visit to Serbia Varadi: Not much room for ambiguity for ICJ Iniesta puts Spain on top of world Srebrenica marks 15th anniversary since massacre Tadic pays two-day visit to Montenegro Croatia Summit held in Dubrovnik
RSS

News Archive

Bulgaria opens 1st e-waste recycling plant

29. June 2010. | 12:30

Source: Dnevnik

Bulgaria’s metal, paper and plastic collection and recycling company Nadin EAD will today snip the ribbon of the country’s maiden e-waste treatment plant.

Bulgaria’s metal, paper and plastic collection and recycling company Nadin EAD will today snip the ribbon of the country’s maiden e-waste treatment plant.

The new facility, which will recycling unused brown and white goods as well as computer hardware, toys and medical equipment, is located on a site in Novi Iskar, near Sofia, and has enough capacity to process Bulgaria’s entire e-waste and take on waste from neighbouring countries as well, according to the company.

The investment in the new project will be revealed at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. The facility was designed and developed by German company Adelmann GmbH.

Share:

Del.icio.us
Digg
My Web
Facebook
Newsvine

Enter text:

<<

12. July - 18. July 2010.

>>