The City of Belgrade and the City of Vienna identified the ecological damage which arises from the stormwater sludge dumped untreated into the river Danube. Especially the MA 30 (Magistratsabteilung 30, Wien Kanal) and the local pendant the Agency For Land Development And Construction of Belgrade sealed a partnership for the mitigation of this environmental risk.
The aim of this project is to modernize the public lighting system in Serbian municipalities – including modernization of maintenance standards, energy and cost savings and environmental aspects. To assist the municipality in financing the project, a contracting model has been developed. The energy and cost-savings, guaranteed by the client and illustrated in the incremental cost analysis, are the leverage to make this project profitable. After the end of the contracting agreement concluded between the municipality and the client, the municipality can fully profit from the modernized public lighting system with all its advantages.
Im Zuge der Due Diligence durch den Partner ALLPLAN führte BLUWATERS die Umweltprüfung und das Audit zur Arbeitssicherheit durch. Tetkron wird mit dem Umbau und Modernisierung im Jahr 2014 beginnen.
The overall objective of this project was to identify available EU and international funds that would provide financial support to the projects with environmental focus within the SEEC and the accession countries. The service also included describing the procedures of applying for the funds and providing recommendations on how to access the sources by a private industrial company.
One of the regions with the highest geothermal gradient in Europe is situated in Kočani in north-eastern Macedonia. After having used around 20 million m³ of thermal water in more than 20 years “GEOTERMA” now faces technical faults and organisational insufficiencies which require the revision of the whole system.
The aim of this project is to facilitate the participation of Styrian investors in international projects. Target countries of the internationalisation programme are Serbia, Poland and Croatia, therefore the government decided to create guidelines for investors, suppliers and consultants in municipal infrastructure finance.
The overall objective of the project was to support the Client in its efforts to improve the existing UBC supply chain in the region and increase its recycling activities by sustaining leadership position in recycling aluminium UBC in the region.
The main objectives of the business centre are to get foreign companies and know-how in Vojvodina to help the local SME-sector grow and develop and to provide a joint base for Styrian companies to operate in Novi Sad and Vojvodina. Start-up companies and well established foreign companies share the premises in order to make best use of synergies in terms of resources and business support in the start-up phase.
The Austrian Development Agency has financed under their Partnership programme the design and development of a biogas project in Panonija company in Bačka Topola, Serbia. Neuhold Envirotec GmbH as the technology supplier and Austria Bio Garantie as partner for the implementation of organic food production have contracted BLUESAVE as overall coordinator and project manager.
The Austrian Development Agency has financed under their Partnership programme the design and development of a biodiesel project in Mladenovo in Vojvodina, Serbia. BIOTREAT Biodiesel GmbH as the technology supplier has contracted BLUESAVE as overall coordinator and project manager.