The Mayor of Novi Sad Milan Đurić while visiting the site of works in Čenej, town where the works within the “Clean Serbia” Project are being executed, announced that the works will be finished in August.
Đurić said that within the “Clean Serbia” Project, planned surface to be covered with sewage is 17.5 kilometers, and the value of works is 840 million Dinars.
“We have invested 1.6 billion Dinars in Čenej in the last decade, and we will continue to do so. The implementation of the “Clean Serbia” Project is of immense value for that town, and includes construction of around 17.5 kilometers of sewage network and three pumping stations in the total value of 840 million Dinars. The works are progressing smoothly, and currently, the Contractor is at about 83% of total completion of the works”, Đurić said.
In the previous period, roads with public lighting have been built in the Ratarska Street, worth 50 million Dinars, then in the Nova Street, worth 29 million Dinars, and design and technical documentation has been prepared for the construction of traffic facilities in the Relje Savić Street. Additionally, at the request of citizens, a playground for children has been placed, for which 3 million Dinars have been allocated.
“Additionally, three pumping stations and a wastewater purifier are planned for construction, which will cost 240 million Dinars. We expect that Čenej will be fully done by the end of August, as far as sewage is concerned. A new playground for children has also been built, in the value of three million Dinars”, Đurić emphasized.