Serbian environment ministry to help shut down boiler rooms

Serbian environment ministry to help shut down boiler rooms

Serbian environment ministry to help shut down boiler rooms Izvor: N1

Serbia’s Environment Minister Goran Trivan said on Friday that his ministry will secure funds to co-finance the closure of boiler rooms in public buildings.

“The idea is to shut down boiler rooms in state-owned buildings such as schools, nurseries, health care centres, municipality buildings,” the minister told an annual ministry news conference, adding that 500 million Dinars (1 Euro – 118 Dinars) has been earmarked for the project.  

That money will primarily be allocated to shut down boiler rooms in places which the Environmental Protection Agency designates as the most polluted.  

He said the closure of a single boiler room in a school and connection to a central heating system could cost up to 50 million Dinars.  

“We know that 500 million Dinars is not a lot at the level of Serbia but we wanted to help solve this problem,” Trivan said.

Comments (0)

Comment sent successfully.

Comment sending failed.

Invalid CAPTCHA

* All fields are required

READ MORE

NEWS

NEWS

Coronavirus infection confirmed in 102 people in Kosovo 30.03.2020.

30.03.2020.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

COVID-19 UPDATES: Another three people test positive, 358 cases in Bosnia 30.03.2020.

30.03.2020.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Montenegro introduces curfew amid coronavirus pandemic 30.03.2020.

30.03.2020.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Long queues outside Belgrade shops after Vucic says may introduce 24-hour curfew 30.03.2020.

30.03.2020.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Kosovo's acting Interior Minister files charges against President Thaci 30.03.2020.

30.03.2020.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Serbia: New 44 coronavirus cases, three more dead; measures with Chinese team 30.03.2020.

30.03.2020.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

New made in Serbia protective masks available in ten days 30.03.2020.

30.03.2020.  |  NEWS

NEWS

NEWS

Olympics officially moved to July-August 2021 30.03.2020.

30.03.2020.  |  NEWS

loader