When it comes to the recycling of non-usable electrical devices, the situation in Serbia is very poor since only 2%-3% of such waste is being recycled, the Prime Minister said and underlined that the waste is not trash, but a resource that can be very profitable.
Dragin announced that two laws regulating waste management will be presented to deputies in parliament by the end of the year.
He explained that recycling industry in the whole world has an annual turnover of nearly 0 billion.
According to Dragin, by building facilities like this Serbia is becoming one of the countries that conscientiously manage their destiny.
He added that three such plants could service the needs of the whole of Serbia for waste recycling.