Neoplanta is the first and only meat industry in Serbia granted the Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control permit (IPPC) awarded by the Provincial Secretariat for Urban Planning and Environmental Protection within the Ministry of Environmental Protection. This extremely important permit, which represents the highest European standard in the field of environmental protection, is another confirmation that sustainable business is a strategic commitment of Neoplanta and that the Company is increasingly investing in environmental protection.
The IPPC permit implies that the Company rationally manages its resources and respects the highest standards of conservation of natural resources, waste recycling and reduction of harmful emissions. In order to obtain the permit, Neoplanta has worked with dedication to fulfill the high criteria of the Ministry of Environmental Protection in the relevant field, and has also placed available funds at the service of “green projects”.
“We are proud to have gone one step further and accelerated our journey towards becoming an environmentally friendly company.” Obtaining of IPPC permit is proof that the production in Neoplanta complies with the highest European standards, and this presents a strong message of trust, primarily for our loyal consumers, as well as our business partners,” stated Aco Tomasevic, CEO at Neoplanta. “We want to be an example and an inspiration to other companies to steer their operations towards environmental protection.”
In the past period Neoplanta has invested € 2.5 million in a modern wastewater treatment plant that prevents the disappearance of biodiversity in the Danube-Tisa-Danube canal and reduces CO2 emissions.
Neoplanta is a members of the Nelt Group, which operates via 18 companies in 12 markets in Europe and Africa, with over 4,500 employees.