Second phase of the Clean Serbia project starts – worth EUR 213 million

On Saturday, the Serbian government signed annexes to the relevant contracts stipulating the beginning of the second phase in the implementation of the Clean Serbia project.

The annexes were signed by the Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Goran Vesić, Director of the Chinese company CRBC (China Road and Bridge Corporation), Yang Dung, and representatives of nine local governments in Serbia, namely Sombor, Valjevo, Ćićevci, Doljevac, Ada, Svilajnec, Inđija, Subotica and Novi Sad.

“As part of the project, sewerage will be built in 73 municipalities, at 89 locations, as will 157 wastewater treatment plants. Also, a total of about 5 million metres of sewerage pipes will be installed, and about 2.36 million people will be connected to the sewerage system,” Vesić pointed out.

The minister also stated that the total value of the second project phase is just over 213 million euros and the length of the sewage pipes to be installed is 444 kilometres. The third project phase will be implemented next year. The entire project is worth over 3.5 billion euros.

(, 13.05.2023)


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