Slovene architecture

RCERO Ljubljana

Plan B, Bruto, Studiobotas d.o.o., Prostorož, Trash Design / 2015

RCERO Ljubljana, a regional waste treatment plant, is the biggest environmental cohesion project in the country. It began to operate in late 2015 and treats a third of the waste produced in Slovenia. It consists of a landfill, a leachate treatment plant and a waste treatment plant. It uses advanced sustainable technology and provides green employment. Its key feature are three plants for mechanical and biological waste treatment.

 

Object information

Construction year
2015
Awards
Zlati svinčnik 2017
Investor
Mestna občina Ljubljana in Snaga javno podjetje d.o.o.

Technical team

Architects
Petar Vidanoski, Uroš Razpet, Gašper Medvešek, Karin Rožman, Urška Bertok, Matej Delak, Jelka Fric
Interior designers
Trash Design, Katja Keržan, Jurij Vahtar, Aleš Zorko, Kenan Jašarevič
Landscape architects
Bruto, Matej Kučina, Urban Švegl, Eva Prosen
Photographers
Miran Kambič
Others
Studiobotas d.o.o., Primož Fijavž, Boštjan Botas Kenda, Jernej Kejžar, Prostorož, Maša Cvetko, Tomaž Čeligoj, Samo Kutin, Jošt Kandus, Rok Hočevar, Ana Grk, Alenka Korenjak, Andrej Koruza

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