In late 2019, NALED founded the Environment Protection Alliance as a program platform that will bring together decision makers and experts from socially responsible companies, local governments, state bodies and the civil sector with the aim of uniting professional capacities in defining systemic solutions in the field of environmental management in Serbia.
Environment Protection Alliance’s goals:
The Alliance includes the following members: AIGO Business System, A1, Beko Balkans, Bomit-R, Coca-Cola HBC, Coca-Cola Company, IBM, JAF, Faculty of Applied Ecology – Futura, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Novi Sad, Heineken, Rio Sava, Resalta, Gorenje, City of Kragujevac, Tetra Pak, Takeda, Vetroelektrane Balkana, Sekopak, Municipality of Vrnjačka Banja, Carlsberg, Apatin Brewery, Contango Rudnik, Marbo, Metro Cash & Carry, Moravcem, Municipality of Mionica, Nestlé Adriatic S, Serbian Association of Beekeeping Organizations, City of Bor, Set Šabac, Recyclers Association of Serbia, EsoTron, Ball Packaging, Ekostar Pak, City of Pirot, INMES, Lidl Srbija, Knjaz Miloš, Hemofarm, Philip Morris, Municipality of Stari grad, Municipality of Paraćin, City of Šabac, ProCredit Bank, University of Belgrade, University of Kragujevac, Singidunum University, Baby Food Factory, Steel Impex, E3 International, City of Belgrade and Windvision Development, Nestlé Adriatic S, NITES, UniCredit Bank Srbija a.d. Beograd, Yettel and Zumtobel group.
You may watch the video address of Jelena Kiš, President of the Environment Protection Alliance, at the 14th annual NALED Assembly at the following linku.
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Apatinska Brewery / Molson Coors, Corporate Affairs Manager
Ekostar Pak, director
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