The current director of the City Cemeteries subsidiary, Patrik Šegota, has resigned as director of the subsidiary. Until the appointment of the new management, the acting director of the subsidiary will be Roko Gruja.
The first cemetery owned by the city administration - Mirogoj, was officially opened on November 6, 1876. Today is known as one of the most beautiful European cemeteries and has been one of the unmissable destinations for sightseeing tours of Zagreb for years.
As part of extensive works, 89 parking spaces and green areas have been arranged, and the space has been enriched by planting new trees. The value of the performed works, which were fully realized with the capacities of Zagreb Holding, amounts more than HRK 634 thousand.
As of today, the subsidiary Čistoća has 30 new electric tricycles with a total value of 790 thousand kuna, which are used for street cleaning. It is a 100% Croatian product and innovation, which is a combination of truck and ecological vehicle.
The first half of the business year 2020 was marked by the negative effects of the coronavirus epidemic on business, but also by a 26.5 percent increase in investments and new projects for which more than 3 million Euros in grants have been approved since the beginning of the year.
The international credit rating agency Moody's affirmed on Wednesday Zagreb Holding Ba2 credit rating, while Standard & Poor's downgraded its credit rating to B- in a credit opinion issued yesterday, while maintaining a stable outlook.
A new mobile recycling yard was opened in the Podsljeme City District today, the second recycling yard in this city district and the twentieth recycling yard in the city of Zagreb where citizens can hand over more than 30 different types of waste free of charge.
Through direct co-financing of the purchase of energy efficient vehicles, the branches of Gradska Groblja, Zagrebparking and ZGOS procured electric vehicles and electric bicycles with a subsidy from the Fund for Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency.