Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Project ENPI WasteManagement St. PetersburgInna Semak / Hannu KiveläFinpro, St. Petersburg / Helsinki
Partners and goals                                              State Unitary                                             ...
Targets for Finpro clients    New                Inquiries                Clients’                         from           ...
Opportunities             “Regional target program for municipal and industrial waste treatment             in Saint Peter...
Expert council and expert work                                 • Currently 34 experts:                                    ...
Training course on waste management in StP15/03/2013                     © Finpro                   6
Upcoming activities1. 2nd Expert council meeting in St. Petersburg, 21 March 2013        – Ecology of Big City forum in Le...
FUTURE of WASTEMANAGEMENT IN RUSSIANMEGA CITIESTekes / Finnode RussiaHannu Kivelä / Olga Makeeva15.03.2013
FinNode            • FinNode is a global network of Finnish innovation              organizations.            • Operating ...
Background               – By 2025, Moscow will grow 2,5 times in size, produce 25-30%                 of Russia’s GDP and...
Assignment Objectives             Assignment Objectives             •   To identify most promising opportunities / hot spo...
Work Approach                         • Identification of most urgent and acute waste                           management...
Project Team             • FINPRO                   Project manager: Olga Makeeva, senior consultant, Saint Petersburg.  ...
Project Timetable & Participation             • Project will be started in March-April 2013             • The company disc...
Thank you!             Contact   FinNode project                 ENPI   Future of waste management in   Waste Management  ...
Project ENPI Waste Management St. Petersburg 15.3.2013
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Project ENPI Waste Management St. Petersburg 15.3.2013

578

Published on

Finpro's Business from Russian Waste Management Sector seminar on 15.3.2013.

Published in: Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
578
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
10
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "Project ENPI Waste Management St. Petersburg 15.3.2013"

  1. 1. Project ENPI WasteManagement St. PetersburgInna Semak / Hannu KiveläFinpro, St. Petersburg / Helsinki
  2. 2. Partners and goals State Unitary Enterprise “St. Petersburg Informational and Analytical Centre” Partners: Associates: Saint- Committee on Petersburg Committee for IT and State University Finpro improvement of Communication of Economics St. Petersburg s of St. and Finance Petersburg Objectives of the Project: • Overall Objective of the Project is to develop and maintain a modern sustainable ecological system for waste management and recycling technologies of industrial and domestic waste in St-Petersburg • Specific Objective is to improve waste management system efficiency through creation of the Waste Exchange in St-Petersburg based on the base practices in Russia and Finland  Period of the project implementation: 16.03.2012-16.08.201415/03/2013 © Finpro 2
  3. 3. Targets for Finpro clients New Inquiries Clients’ from Business contacts companies deals The project is targeted for following groups of Finnish companies: • Producers and suppliers of equipment for waste collections/sorting and further processing to secondary raw materials • Service providers for Russian waste collections/sorting and further processing to secondary raw materials • Users of waste as raw material and energy sources • SMEs interested in purchasing or supply of waste15/03/2013 © Finpro 3
  4. 4. Opportunities “Regional target program for municipal and industrial waste treatment in Saint Petersburg in 2012-2020” The key points: • MSW treatment facilities construction • Hazardous and medical treatment facilities construction • Construction of modern landfills • Improving of the waste collection system • Establishing efficient monitoring system  2 modern landfilling complex are to be designed and built by 2020 in St. Petersburg Possibilities for Finnish companies: • Possibility to introduce products/services to the St. Petersburg / Russian waste market (entry into these markets is complicated) • Possibility to create a positive image on the St. Petersburg market • Contacts with decision makers among the City Administration • Possibility to participate in tenders provided by different Committees of the St. Petersburg government (for instance, Department of Improvement)15/03/2013 © Finpro 4
  5. 5. Expert council and expert work • Currently 34 experts: – 14 experts from Finland – 20 experts from Russia  Thematic researhes and reports  Recommendations  Best practices into all the stages of the project implementation Actual topics and questions: • Hospital and medical waste management • Technologies and materials used in the construction and rehabilitation • of modern landfills for municipal solid waste • Landfill bottom structures • Equipment for the processing of electronic and electrical waste • Methods of municipal solid waste collection, i.e. vacuum system collection • Construction and modernization of waste treatment facilities • Model of Finnish separate waste collection15/03/2013 © Finpro 5
  6. 6. Training course on waste management in StP15/03/2013 © Finpro 6
  7. 7. Upcoming activities1. 2nd Expert council meeting in St. Petersburg, 21 March 2013 – Ecology of Big City forum in LenExpo – Visit to MPBO-2 ‒“Waste treatment plant" of St. Petersburg, 22 March2. Expert council/project meeting in Helsinki, May 2013 (tbc) – Roadtrip to Ämmässuo landfill, Ekokem Riihimäki,15/03/2013 © Finpro 7
  8. 8. FUTURE of WASTEMANAGEMENT IN RUSSIANMEGA CITIESTekes / Finnode RussiaHannu Kivelä / Olga Makeeva15.03.2013
  9. 9. FinNode • FinNode is a global network of Finnish innovation organizations. • Operating via nodes in global innovation activity, FinNode actively reveals new openings for Finnish business and research organizations and supports their internationalization. • It connects Finnish and international experts and the know-how required to promote innovation. • As FinNode represents the Finnish innovation system in the countries where it operates, foreign partners can engage with Finland’s central public innovation organizations. • The FinNode network operates in the United States, China, Russia, Japan and India.1/11/2012 © Finpro 10
  10. 10. Background – By 2025, Moscow will grow 2,5 times in size, produce 25-30% of Russia’s GDP and 20% of Russian population will live in Moscow agglomeration (30M). Saint-Petersburg demonstrate similar tendencies in population growth. – Moscow produces 25 Mt/y waste, >80% of which goes to landfills and the rest is burned in 3 existing waste burners, or recycled (negligible). Currently, over 60% of landfills around Moscow are already full and remaining will be filled within the next 5 years. – Besides, all landfills located within new territories, recently added to Moscow are closing now. – The city government aims to utilize or burn 60-65% of the city waste by 2015, with the rest going to landfills. – An investment program was announced to built waste processing and waste utilization plants on the territory of New Moscow.15/03/2013 Tekes / Project plan FP00009838-1/ © Finpro ry 11
  11. 11. Assignment Objectives Assignment Objectives • To identify most promising opportunities / hot spots (St. Petersburg and Moscow) for Finnish companies in next 3-5 years; • To activate Finnish companies for joint discussion and evaluation of business opportunities; • To generate new approaches for Finnish companies in Russian mega cities;15/03/2013 Tekes / Project plan FP00009838-1/ © Finpro ry 12
  12. 12. Work Approach • Identification of most urgent and acute waste management problems in Moscow and Saint 7-10 problems Petersburg • To examine identified problems critically in the mirror of Finnish offering, narrowing the scope 7>3 to 3 major opportunities • Providing ideas for further development 3+ through analyzing the major opportunities • Project will be facilitated by utilizing www.solved.fi digital online service.15/03/2013 Tekes / Project plan FP00009838-1/ © Finpro ry 13
  13. 13. Project Team • FINPRO  Project manager: Olga Makeeva, senior consultant, Saint Petersburg.  Project experts: Helena Lähteenmäki, Head of Moscow office & Kirsi Maarit Ppoljatschenko, Head of Saint Petersburg office.  Interviews, desk studies and expert consultations in Moscow and Saint Petersburg: Inna Semak & Sergey Chernega.  Nominated team will consult and network with Finpro Cleantech experts for synergies and knowledge benefits. • CLEANTECH / SOLVED.fi  2-3 LEADING FINNISH WASTE MANAGEMENT EXPERTS (to be invited and reported to the client separately) contracted directly by TEKES  All solved.fi – network through online discussion15/03/2013 Tekes / Project plan FP00009838-1/ © Finpro ry 14
  14. 14. Project Timetable & Participation • Project will be started in March-April 2013 • The company discussion round tables on results will be held in August – October 2013 • The Final report will be finalised by the end of October 2013 • Companies are invited to register in the Solved as experts – this is free of charge • Company participation to the round tables and other project meetings is also free of charge • Project manager: Olga Makeeva15/03/2013 Tekes / Project plan FP00009838-1/ © Finpro ry 15
  15. 15. Thank you! Contact FinNode project ENPI Future of waste management in Waste Management Russian mega cities St.Petersburg Olga Makeeva Inna Semak, Johanna Terva, Senior Consultant Senior Consultant Project assistant St.Petersburg St.Petersburg Helsinki Tel: +7 812 325 4483 Tel. +7 812 325 4483 Tel. +358 40 343 3242 olga.makeeva@finpro.fi Inna.semak@finpro.fi johanna.terva@finpro.fi www.finpro.fi24/04/2012 © Finpro 16
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×