The IPPC permit implies that the company rationally manages its resources and respects the highest standards of conservation of natural resources, recycling of waste and reduction of harmful emissions.
The purpose of issuing this permit is to minimize the consumption of raw materials and energy, as well as to completely prevent or reduce emissions that may have a negative impact on water, air and land and waste management.
Obtaining that permit is, as Heineken announced, another confirmation that the company is going a step further in its ambition to improve its positive performance in the field of environmental protection. Zajecar Brewery maintains its 125.year.long tradition of production that is performed in accordance with the highest standards of quality, food safety, environmental protection and safety at work, which are often above the standards prescribed by law, which has influenced the meet the high criteria of the Ministry of Environmental Protection for obtaining this very important permit, it is stated in the announcement.
“Our commitment to the community in which we operate is reflected through our actions and investments to protect nature, reduce carbon dioxide emissions and conserve water resources. in order to create a better and greener Serbia together, “said Heineken Serbia CEO Nikos Zois.
Heineken is the most widespread beer producer in the world, and in Serbia it has breweries in Zajecar and Novi Sad.