On Wednesday, April 21, laying of the cornerstone, officially marked the beginning of the construction of the new building of XII. Gymnasium in Zagreb. The project is worth about 105 million kuna and will be implemented by the beginning of the school year 2022/2023.
Such a large amount of waste dumped in nature indicates the need to spread awareness of the importance of nature conservation and further public education about the need for conscientious disposal of waste.
On Friday, April 16, the Čistoća subsidiary started a new round of educational activities, under the common name "Small School of Čistoća". The new series of educations will cover all recycling and mobile recycling yards and will be held on weekdays from 9 am to 12 am.
This is a one-day action of cleaning wild landfills in the Nature Park, for which Zagreb Holding traditionally provides support from the Čistoća subsidiary in the form of organizing the removal and disposal of collected waste.
Shortly after the earthquake, we engaged all available resources and hired the maximum number of workers who were available to citizens 24 hours a day for as long as needed. We also adopted a number of measures aimed at assisting citizens and businesses in repairing the aftermath of the earthquake.
At the beginning of this week, extensive renovation works of the bus terminal in Črnomerec district were completed. As part of the works, with a total value of HRK 7.7 million, 12.9 thousand square meters of pavements and sidewalks were arranged, new canopies and two sanitary containers were installed, and public lighting and communal infrastructure were modernized.
In 2021, Zagreb Holding - subsidiary Čistoća started replacing old containers and installing new ones for separate waste collection obtained within the project “Procurement of containers for separate collection of municipal waste".
Due to the nature of the services we provide, women in Zagreb Holding are in the minority - they make up only a quarter of employees. However, we can boast that in terms of the share of women in management positions, Zagreb Holding significantly differs from the Croatian and EU average.
On the occasion of the International Women's Day, we present Nana Novak Coumbassa, Head of the Asphalt Laboratory. She is a Doctor of Science who replaced her career as a senior assistant and research novice at the Ruđer Bošković Institute in 2005 with a position as a technologist in the laboratory of the Zagreb Roads asphalt base.