Programme: CBCP SRB-MNE 2014-2020
Call for Proposals: 1st
Application No: 66-11
Contract No. 48-00-00047/2016-28-4 signed on 30/12/2018
Project Title: Bringing In Sustainable Waste Management (BinS)
Specific objective of the Programme: 2.2: Protection of nature resources
Programmes’ result: 1: Better awareness
Project budget: Total contract amount (€): Contracted amount

EU (€)


% of total contract amount:

232.568,14 197.682,92


Beneficiaries of funds: Lead applicant: Co-applicants:
Municipality of Gusinje, MNE SRB:

  • Public Utility Company VRELA, Sjenica


  • N/a
Location of the action: SRB: MNE:
Zlatiborski District, Municipality of Sjenica Municipality of Gusinje
Target groups:
  • Representatives of institutions and bodies that participate and contribute to the implementation of waste management legislation – 15 staff from Municipality structures and Utility Companies per country;
  • min 2 Environmental NGOs per country;
  • min 2 schools (secondary and elementary) per municipality;
  • 25 teachers per country;
  • min 200 children/youth; Business sector – waste generators top 5 per municipality;
  • min 30 compost producers households per municipality;
  • Multipliers – min 2 local media representatives per municipality;
  • min 20 waste picking households per country
Commencement date and project duration: 31/12/2018-30/06/2020, 18 months
Overall objective: The overall objective of this action is protection of nature resources in cross-border region through strengthening the system of waste management
Specific objective(s): SO.1: Raising awareness of citizens about integrated waste management practices

SO.2: Establishing the network of waste collectors and increasing the number of rural households composting the waste

Estimated results: R1.1 Increased citizens interest on waste separation

R1.2 Municipalities of Gusinje & Sjenica equipped for waste separation

R2.1 Established network of waste pickers in rural communities

R2.2 Increased number of rural households producing the compost

Main activities

(in relation to the estimated results of the action):

A1.1. Project kick-off meeting and creation of communication and visibility plan,

A1.2. Market analysis of prices and availability;

A1.3. Training of beneficiaries in management of EU project;

A1.4. Introduction conference;

A1.5. Dissemination conference;

A2.1. Training for GS and JKPV staff on effective communication models with the citizens;

A2.2. Creation of audio-visual materials;

A2.3. Creation of crash courses and schools workshops;

A2.4. Volunteering actions with schools, NGOs, tourism and other industry professionals, and households;

A2.5 Awareness raising campaigns and signing of MoUs;

A3.1. Development of investment plans for solid

A3.2. Preparation and implementation of tendering documentation and call for tenderers;

A3.3. Installation of containers for separation of waste and upgrading of the surrounding landscapes;

A3.4. Professional Staff Training on monitoring, evaluation and reporting about waste separation and integrated waste management practices;

A4.1. Developing the waste collection and disposal system from rural areas;

A4.2. Workshops for waste collectors and promotion of recycling yard; A4.3. Professional services staff training for the work with waste collectors;

A5.1. Educational seminars on composting;

A5.2. Preparation of a manual on composting and guide to starting a school compost program;

A5.3. Monitoring of and professional support to the work of compost producers