The project will undertake to build and operate an Energy-from-Waste facility (waste incineration and power generation plant) to treat 340,000 tons of municipal waste annually, equivalent to around 66% of the total municipal waste generated in Belgrade, and generate renewable heat and electricity equivalent to power consumption for approximately 30,000 households in Serbia.
The project scope also includes the closure and remediation of the existing Vinča landfill, the construction and operation of a new leachate-controlled landfill with a capacity of 7 million m3, and a facility to process 200,000 tons per annum of construction and demolition waste.
PPP Contract is entered into by Beo Čista Energija and the City of Belgrade and is the main contract for the project which sets out the terms of the construction of the waste management facilities and providing the services including accepting, processing and landfilling the municipal waste.
Electricity Off-take Agreement is expected to be executed by Beo Čista Energija and EPS Snabdevanje, providing for selling the electricity generated by the operation of the Energy-from-Waste facility.
Heat Off-take Agreement will set out the terms of selling the heat generated by Energy-from-Waste facility operation, which is expected to be off-taken by Beoelektrane.