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SABAC IN THE FIGHT FOR CLEANER AIR! Afforestation of the commercial zone will give new “lungs of town”

“This will be a contribution to reducing air pollution and preserving nature,” the city administration points out, adding that the planting of new trees is one in a series of projects planned as part of the fight for cleaner
air in Šabac.

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Not coincidentally, the planting of new trees is planned in the industrial zone where more than 30 companies operate and where the arrival of new investors is expected soon. The tree line will be planted along the section that connects the busy highway Sabac-Loznica and the work zone in the length of one and a half kilometers.

– The city of Sabac provided 800 thousand dinars for this project. We will get new “lungs of the city” in the part of the industrial zone from Capitol Park. We will also implement other projects that will affect the reduction of air pollution in the city and the improvement of the air quality that our fellow citizens breathe – says Dr. Aleksandar Pajić, the mayor of Šabac.

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Green areas in the city cover an area of ​​105 hectares and the old green sector of JKP Stari grad covers them. Production, planting, pruning, mowing … are some of the activities that are carried out throughout the year.

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– In the Green Sector, we have our own production of seedlings with which we supplement flower beds, decorate green areas and squares. These days, the spring arrangement is starting in full swing – says Nikola Begović, acting director of JKP “Stari grad”. The total value of the Sabac afforestation project is 2,646,000 dinars, of which the relevant ministry provides 1,850,000 dinars.

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