An artist's impression of the new Strabag waste treatment plant in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

An artist's impression of the new Strabag waste treatment plant in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Austrian contractor Strabag has been awarded a €112 million contract to build a waste treatment plant in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.

The RCERO Ljubljana will be a solid waste treatment plant that will produce biogas out of organic waste as well as producing refuse derived fuel and offering recycling services. The biogas plant will be developed with Strabag’s Laran Plug Flow Digester, making it one of the most modern of its kind in Europe.

Construction work will commence in October 2012 and is expected to take four years to complete.

The Urban Municipality of Ljubljana, represented by SNAGA public company d.o.o., awarded Strabag the contract after a three-year tender process.


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