Slovenian company builds major waste treatment centre in Croatia

Zadar, 14 March - Slovenian engineering company Riko has built one of the biggest waste treatment centres in Croatia, Biljane Donje near the Dalmatian city of Zadar. The project, which was inaugurated on Thursday, is valued at EUR 90 million, with Riko's share worth approximately EUR 70 million.

Zadar, Croatia
A waste treatment centre in Zadar built by the Slovenian engineering company Riko.
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