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Bulgarian Waste Management Sector News
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BULGARIAN FERTILIZERS MAKER GETS LONG-DELAYED PERMIT TO BUILD WASTE DEPOT

BULGARIAN FERTILIZERS MAKER GETS LONG-DELAYED PERMIT TO BUILD WASTE DEPOT

Topics: Waste Management

Bulgaria's Devnya-based chemical fertilisers maker Agropolychim received Thursday the long-awaited signature by Agriculture Minister Miroslav Naydenov clearing the construction rights for the company's waste depot. On Wednesday, the company said it was considering halting operations and laying off all of its 1100 workers because it had spent eight years trying to obtain construction rights for the facility that was essential for the plant's functioning. In 2006, Bulgaria's Council of...


BULGARIAN BLACK SEA RESORT ALBENA SEES 6% MORE TOURISTS IN 2011

BULGARIAN BLACK SEA RESORT ALBENA SEES 6% MORE TOURISTS IN 2011

Topics: Waste Management

One of the top Bulgarian Black Sea resorts, Albena, has seen an increase of 6% in the number of tourists during the 2011 summer season, year-on-year, a company representative said. The revenue will also be up but its increase will be smaller than the increase in the tourist numbers because of the cheaper offers in June, Albena's deputy marketing head Yovka Strashilova told BTA. In her words, the greatest increase in terms of foreign tourist numbers by source country came from Germany with...


BGN 50 M WASTE RECYCLING PLANT LAUNCHED IN BULGARIA'S VARNA

BGN 50 M WASTE RECYCLING PLANT LAUNCHED IN BULGARIA'S VARNA

Topics: Waste Management

A waste recycling plant, an investment worth about BGN 50 M, was formally inaugurated at the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Varna. The recycling factory of Ecoinvest Assets, a consortium, is located in the village of Ezerovo, 10 km east of Varna, and was opened Saturday by Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov. It has a built-up area of 16 000 square meters, employs 40 people, and is supposed to function for at least 25 years. It can process 140 000 tons of waste annually. The Ecoinvest...


BULGARIAN RECYCLING BUSINESS RISES AGAINST 'ANTI-METAL THEFT' LAW

BULGARIAN RECYCLING BUSINESS RISES AGAINST 'ANTI-METAL THEFT' LAW

Topics: Waste Management

Bulgaria's draft Waste Management Act, which is supposed to prevent rampant metal theft, has come under vigorous fire by the Bulgarian Recycling Association. The new law will force 1 000 SMEs into bankruptcy, which have acquired unlimited licenses for trading with ferrous and non-ferrous metals, costing the economy 14 000 jobs, according to the Bulgarian Recycling Association. The draft act stipulates that depots for the purchase of scrap can be located only on municipal grounds within...


EC TO FINALLY GIVE GREEN LIGHT TO SOFIA WASTE PLANT

EC TO FINALLY GIVE GREEN LIGHT TO SOFIA WASTE PLANT

Topics: Waste Management

The European Commission's approval of the first stage of the construction of the waste plant near Sofia is expected in just weeks, according to the Head of the Regional Policy Directorate, Dirk Ahner. Ahner is on a working visit to Sofia over the weekend. He inspected Saturday the construction site of the "Lions' Bridge" metro station, part of the second segment of the subway, financed by the EC. The EC representative explained the approval would mean construction of the compost...


BULGARIAN SUPREME COURT CONFIRMS SOFIA WASTE PLANT BID

BULGARIAN SUPREME COURT CONFIRMS SOFIA WASTE PLANT BID

Topics: Waste Management

The Bulgarian Supreme Administrative Council (VAS) ruled Friday to give final approval of the order of the Mayor of Sofia, Yordanka Fandakova, for the selection of the winning bidder to build the city's waste processing plant. With this rule the Sofia City Hall can now sign the contract with the consortium between the Bulgarian "Stanilov" company and the German "Heilit", who offered BGN 209 M, and was afterwards attacked with appeals by the rejected competitors. VAS rejected the...


BULGARIA'S SOPOT WITH 'ULTRA MODERN' WATER PURIFICATION STATION

BULGARIA'S SOPOT WITH 'ULTRA MODERN' WATER PURIFICATION STATION

Topics: Waste Management

Bulgaria's Boyko Borisov opened a much-advertised station for purification of waste waters near the central town of Sopot. BGN 18 M were invested in the new facility, with BGN 4 M of these coming from the state budget, and the rest from EU Operational Program "Environment". Borisov declared that the purified water had better drinking qualities than the tap water in the entire region. The purification station will serve 12 000 people in Sopot. According to the Veselin Lichev, Mayor of...


GLASS RECYCLING PLANT TO OPEN NEAR SOFIA

GLASS RECYCLING PLANT TO OPEN NEAR SOFIA

Topics: Waste Management

Bulgaria's Environment Minister Nona Karadzhova has broken the ground for the construction of a glass recycling plant in the village of Ravno Pole near the capital Sofia. The Ecopack, a joint stock company that does not distribute its profit formed in 2004 by 18 Bulgarian and foreign firms, is going to invest BGN 3.8 M in the glass recycling facility. The plant is going to use empty bottles from around Bulgaria; the recycled glass material will be provided to two glass producing...


BGN 40 M INVESTED IN BULGARIA'S 1ST APPLIANCES RECYCLE PLANT

BGN 40 M INVESTED IN BULGARIA'S 1ST APPLIANCES RECYCLE PLANT

Topics: Waste Management

The first Bulgarian factory for the recycling of old electric appliances and equipment, the largest and most modern of its kind in Eastern Europe, was opened Monday in the town of Novi Iskar near Sofia. The Bulgarian company Nadin Jsc is the owner and operator of the new plant, and has invested BGN 40 M in its construction. It has created 150 news jobs. The factory is the largest of its type in Eastern Europe and uses German technology allowing the complete recycling of used electric...


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