27. Mar 2020. News



We would like to inform all interested parties that due to the state of emergency and the emerging health crisis in the Republic of Serbia, the Environmental Protection Agency has decided to extend the reporting period for submission of data for the National Register of Pollution Sources until the end of the state of emergency. In addition, it is important to note that during a state of emergency, reports should be submitted only in electronic form, while reports in paper form should be submitted after the state of emergency is over.

We are at your disposal to provide for you services of registration and application for the National and Local Register of pollution sources, as well as prepare of:

–  The annual report on balance sheets of emissions of pollutants in water, air and land according to the Rulebook on the methodology for the preparation of the national and local pollutant source registry, as well as the methodology for the types, manner and deadlines for data collection (“Official Gazette of RS”, No. 91/10, 10/13 and 98/16);

–  The annual report on waste according to the Low on Waste Management (“Official Gazette of RS”, No. 36/09, 88/10 and 14/16) and the Rulebook on the forms of daily records and annual reports on waste with instructions to complete it (“Official Gazette of RS”, No. 95/10, 88/15 and 95/18-267);

–  The annual report on the products that after use become special wastes (PTP2) according to the Decree on products that after use become special waste streams, the form of daily records on the quantity and type of manufactured and imported products and the annual report, the manner and deadlines for submitting the annual report, the taxpayers, the criteria for calculation, the amount and manner of calculation and payment of compensation (“Official Gazette of RS”, No. 54/10, 86/11 and 15/12, 41/13- other Rulebook, 3/14 and 95/18-267).