Development despite the difficulties

BIOMASA in recent days has implemented within the promotion of the use of biomass professional seminar "Options biomass processing - types of fuels from biomass", which was part of the opening ceremony of laying the foundation stone of Biomass logistics center and set itself the task of increasing the use of domestic raw materials, efficient production of domestic biofuels, employ people, reduce greenhouse gas pollution and in particular help reduce dependence on fossil fuel imports from Russia. Slovakia its attention focuses on the use of nuclear energy, fossil fuel imports mainly from Russia. Read more in the current issue of the Nové noviny centrum, where General Director of BIOMASA - Ladislav Zidek summed unflattering view of the current situation of support the use of renewable energy sources in Slovakia. Article can be found on page 8.


The Norwegian ambassador visited BIOMASA

BIOMASA welcomed on 18th September 2014 at their premises rare visit - the Norwegian ambassador Ms Inge Magistad, on the occasion of the signature of the grant agreement of project "Biomass logistics center". The project is implemented by BIOPEL, a. s.


BIOMASA project between the best projects LIFE Environment 2013

European commission annual awards the best project from all over the Europe, which were finished last year within LIFE Environment. It evaluates a projects asset not only after implementation but in long term within environmental, economic and social development.

Important is level of innovation, possibility of applying project results in a larger scale and cost-effectiveness. Project awards ensure dissemination of information about LIFE projects, projects results, which we can apply in large scale with positive impact on environment.


Summer Biomass camp 2011

LBT3"Summer biomass camp" for children of primary school is organized by BIOMASA, Association of Legal Entities from 1st August 2011 to 7th August 2011. It is organized in the context of information dissemination activities and project CHEFUB supported by grants from the European Community financial instrument LIFE+ Programme and The Ministry of Environment of Slovak Republic.