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Project “o-dva-ja-mo” launched in Uzice,Serbia

On March 3, 2023, in Sevojno, the EU funded Project for Household Waste Separation “O-DVA-JA-MO” was promoted in the city of Užice, which received 5,350 blue bins in which households will separate paper, plastic and metal. In addition, 570 blue containers for the same purpose and 124 yellow containers for glass were donated, as well as two trucks for the removal of separated dry waste.


The project aims to establish a system for waste separation at the point of origin in 17 municipalities across Serbia by investing not only in equipment but also in informing citizens about the advantages of separating household waste for its later successful recycling, in order to reduce the amounts that end up in landfills and the recycling rate in 4 regions increased to 15% in the next two years.


This project is implemented in cooperation with the Ministry of Environmental Protection of the Republic of Serbia with the support of the European Union and the Kingdom of Sweden.

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Photo credits: EU Delegation Serbia

Source: EU Delegation Serbia

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