BURNING OF HEATING TIRES AND PLASTICS WILL BE BANNED IN SERBIA

The burning of tires and plastics for heating will be banned in Serbia, it was specified in the amendment submitted to the Draft Law on Energy Efficiency and Rational Use of Energy by the Committee on Economy, Regional Development, Trade, Tourism and Energy yesterday.

This is one of several amendments of the Committee to the proposed four laws in the field of energy and mining, which was proposed in order to reduce the negative impact on the environment, ie to limit the emission of greenhouse gases.

That is why the introduction of a new article was proposed, which refers to the ban on burning rubber and plastic for the purpose of heating, explained the chairman of the board, Veroljub Arsić, at the session of that parliamentary body at which the submitted amendments were considered.

The second amendment, submitted by the committee to the Draft Law on Energy Efficiency and Rational Use of Energy, specifies that the Directorate for Financing and Encouragement of Energy Efficiency in cooperation with the Ministry responsible for environmental protection prepares plans, programs and projects to encourage boiler replacement. coal and fuel oil to gas or biomass boilers.

According to Arsić, this also refers to the replacement of coal stoves and other types of fuel with highly efficient wood-burning stoves, as well as the installation of solar panels.

The third amendment of the board specifies that the amount of the misdemeanor fine is 150,000 dinars, instead of 150 million dinars as originally proposed.

The deputies submitted six amendments to the Draft Law on the Use of Renewable Energy Sources, which were also accepted by the Government of Serbia, and the committee submitted one amendment.

The deputies submitted nine amendments to the amendments to the Law on Energy, of which the Government of Serbia rejected one.

The deputies submitted nine amendments to the amendments to the Law on Mining and Geological Research, the Government accepted all the amendments, and the committee submitted five amendments.

The committee’s amendments to the law specify, among other things, the provisions of the law related to the investment agreement concluded by the government and the investor who acquired the right to exploit, as well as the provisions related to the approval for construction of mining facilities or mining works.

The amendments will be considered at the parliamentary session today.

E2 portal (Tanjug)


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