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Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
Environment Sector in SERBIA Overview of EU Assistance
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  • 1. 1Environment Sector in SERBIAOverview of EU AssistanceJune 2013TOTAL ASSISTANCE FOR ENVIRONMENT 2000-2013: approx. € 700 million €ONGOING ASSISTANCE FOR ENVIRONMENT: € 113 807 000PLANNED FUTURE ASSISTANCE FOR ENVIRONMENT: € 73 300 0009%38%15%14%24%Serbia - EU Ongoing and Future Assistance toEnvironmental ManagementLegislative Reform and CapacityBuildingWater ProtectionWater SupplyAir ProtectionWaste management
  • 2. 2National/Horizontal Issues:Legislative Reform and Capacity BuildingPrinciple Beneficiaries: Ministry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection Serbia Environmental Protection Agency Institute for Nature ProtectionA. Important Finalised Projects1:1. Supply of Equipment for Air Quality MonitoringAmount € 2.4 million. Supply. (CARDS 2006)Start-End dates 2009 - 2012BeneficiaryinstitutionSerbian Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA)Main achievements of project:A network of 28 automatic air quality monitoring stations and associated laboratory equipment installedallowing SEPA to monitor on line ambient air quality throughout Serbia.For more information/Project website:www.sepa.gov.rs-----------------------------------------2. Technical Assistance for Development of an Environmental ApproximationStrategy (EAS)Amount € 1.9 million. Service Contract. (IPA 2007)Start-End dates December 2009 - April 2012BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental ProtectionMain achievements of project:The project supported the former Ministry of Environment, Mining and Spatial planning in developing:1. National Environmental Approximation Strategy2. Adequate costs & benefits analysis for complying with EU Environmental LegislationFor more information/Project website: www.easserbia.rs1List is not exhaustive
  • 3. 3-----------------------------------------3. Strengthening Administrative Capacity for Implementation of an Air QualityManagement SystemAmount € 1 million. Twinning. (IPA 2007)Start-End dates November 2009 – April 2012BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental ProtectionMain achievements of project:1. Legal and institutional framework for ambient air quality protection/management enhanced2. Serbia 1stPreliminary Air Quality Assessment Report produced3. Action plans for cleaner air in selected agglomerations developed (Belgrade, Novi Sad, Bor)4. Capacity for implementing action plans at central and local level strengthenedFor more information/Project website: www.sepa.gov.rs-----------------------------------------4. NATURA 2000 - Strengthening Administrative Capacities for ProtectedAreas in SerbiaAmount € 1 million. Twinning. (IPA 2007)Start-End dates January 2010 – June 2012BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental ProtectionMain achievements of project:The project assisted in the development of a system for nature protection in accordance with the EUlegislation.1. Serbian legislation aligned with EU Nature Protection legislation (Birds and Habitats Directives)2. Methodology for identification of Serbian sites for the EU Natura 2000 network of protected areasdeveloped and organizational model for work on Natura 2000 established3. Pilot Management plans developed for Serbian protected areas Obedska Bara and National ParkTara and training in management principles providedFor more information/Project website:http://www.umweltbundesamt.at/en/services/capacitybuilding/en_serbia-----------------------------------------5. Strengthening institutional capacity in Hazardous Waste ManagementAmount € 1.5 million. Twinning. (IPA 2008)Start-End dates October 2010 – March 2013BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental ProtectionMain achievements of project:
  • 4. 41. Serbian Hazardous Waste Legislation aligned with the EU legislation Acquis2. New Draft Law on Waste Management prepared3. Hazardous Waste Management Plans prepared for special waste streams such as waste oil, electricand electronic waste (WEEE)4. Methodology developed for classification and remediation of contaminated sites.For more information/Project website:www.twinning-hw.rs/-----------------------------------------6. Assistance in the Implementation of a Chemicals Management System inSerbia (twinning + supply)Amount € 1 million. Twinning; € 0.5 million. Supply. (IPA 2008)Start-End dates August 2010 – March 2013BeneficiaryinstitutionSerbian Chemical Management Agency, Environmental Inspection, Sector forControl and Surveillance, Customs AuthorityMain achievements of project:1. Serbian Chemicals Legislation aligned with EU legislation and under implementation2. Help Desk for Chemicals Industry, Traders and Retailers functional and embedded in the EuropeanNetwork of Chemicals Helpdesks3. System for continuous in service training and university curricula developed4. Concept for chemicals and biocides awareness campaign developed and implemented5. The project provided laboratory equipment for chemicals analysis and hand held analyzers to detectchemicals and including heavy metals in products for which legislation has established limit values,restrictions for use or bans.6. Capacity of enforcement agencies of chemicals and biocides legislation enhanced.-----------------------------------------7. Implementation of Energy Component of the National Strategy forSustainable Development - Promotion of Renewable Energy Sources andEnergy EfficiencyAmount € 1.5 million. Service Contract. (IPA 2010)Start-End dates January 2011 – July 2012BeneficiaryinstitutionThe Ministry of Energy, Development and Environmental ProtectionMain achievements of project:1. The existing legal and institutional framework for geothermal renewable energy sources analysed2. The study on geothermal potential in Serbia prepared
  • 5. 53. Strategic document taking advantage of the potentials and promotion of Combined Heat and Powerin Serbia (with indicative targets defined) prepared.-----------------------------------------8. Implementation of Energy Component of the National Strategy forSustainable Development - Sustainable development in Energy SectorAmount € 650,000 Service Contract. (IPA 2010)Start-End dates April 2011 – April 2012BeneficiaryinstitutionThe Ministry of Mining and EnergyMain achievements of project:1. Implementation plan in energy and mining sectors regarding the Kyoto protocol prepared2. Public awareness campaign on the importance of sustainable development prepared3. The plan also included preparation for the implementation of EU legislative related to the qualityand the monitoring the quality of petrol and diesel and reduction the sulphur of certain liquid fuelsFor more information/Project website:www.sudes.rs-----------------------------------------9. Assistance to the Serbian Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) as anational focal point institution for cooperation with the European EnvironmentAgency in strengthening the European Environment Information andObservation network (EIONET)Amount € 1.4 million. Supply of equipment. (IPA 2008)Start-End dates December 2011 – October 2012BeneficiaryinstitutionSerbian Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA)Main achievements of project:1. IT system installed to connect 23 Serbian environmental monitoring data providers with SEPA.2. The system largely automatized data collection and enhances speed and reliability of environmentalreporting for national purposes (state of the environment report) and reporting to the EuropeanEnvironment Agency (EEA).For more information/Project website:www.sepa.gov.rsB. Ongoing AssistanceNumber of projects Budget in €
  • 6. 66 9 907 000-----------------------------------------1. Technical Assistance for the Hazardous Waste Management FacilityAmount € 2.5 million. Service Contract. (IPA 2009)Start-End dates November 2010 – November 2012 (Project is currently on hold awaitingconfirmation of site selection for facility)BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental ProtectionMain achievements of project:The project provides technical assistance for the analysis, planning and preparation for the futureconstruction of an appropriate national Hazardous Waste Treatment Facility in Serbia.-----------------------------------------2. Strengthening the Serbian Environmental Inspectorate and RelevantStakeholdersAmount € 2 million Twinning; € 0.5 million. Supply of equipment. (IPA 2010)Start-End dates February 2011 – November 2013BeneficiaryinstitutionSerbian Environmental Inspectorate, Sector for Control and Surveillance andother relevant stakeholders (customs, police, judiciary, industry)Expected achievements of project:1. Creation of a legislative framework with appropriate provisions for effective environmentalinspection2. Introduce concept of risk based inspection and develop inspection plans based on this methodologyto increase efficiency.3. Build capacity at the level of all inspection and enforcement agencies and bodies and establish asystem for inter-institutional cooperation with a view to enhance environmental law enforcement4. Equip environmental inspection services and support institutions to enhance their effectiveness-----------------------------------------3. Law Enforcement in the Field of Control of Industrial Pollution, Preventionof Chemical Accident and Eco-management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) inSerbiaAmount € 3 million. Service Contract (IPA 2011)Start-End dates September 2012 – September 2014BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental ProtectionExpected achievements of the project:Assistance to the Ministry in enforcing EU legislation in the field of:
  • 7. 71. Control of Industrial Pollution,2. Prevention of Chemical Accidents3. Introduction of the Eco-management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) in Serbia.For more information/Project website:www.ippcserbia.org-----------------------------------------4. Capacity Building for the Energy Agency of the Republic of SerbiaAmount € 1.5 million. Twinning contract. (IPA 2011)Start-End dates June 2012 – December 2013BeneficiaryinstitutionEnergy Agency of the Republic of SerbiaExpected achievements of project:1. Assistance in implementation of the regulatory policy in electricity and gas sector.2. Assistance in the restructuring of energy sector.3. Knowledge transfer in the field of renewable sources.For more information/Project website:www.aers.rs-----------------------------------------5. Implementation of Energy Component of the National Strategy forSustainable Development – Integrated Management Information System forEnergy SectorAmount € 350,000. Service contract. (IPA 2010)Start-End dates September 2011 - December 2013BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Natural Resources, Mining and Spatial PlanningExpected achievements of the project:1. Establishment of data base i.e. Management Information System for energy sector.2. Continuous monitoring and planning in the energy sector through new system.3. Development of National Strategy for Sustainable Development.For more information/Project website:
  • 8. 8www.mprrpp.gov.rs-----------------------------------------6. The European Partnership with Municipalities Programme – EU PROGRESComponent: Public Awareness and Branding of AreasAmount € 56 755 (IPA 2010)Start-End dates July 2013 – December 2013BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection, the Ministryof Regional Development and Local Self-Government; 25 Towns andMunicipalities in South and South West SerbiaExpected achievements of the project:Awareness Rising Campaign on Environmental Issues, Recycling and Energy EfficiencyFor more information/Project website:www.euprogres.orgC. Future AssistanceNumber of projects Budget in €4 6 450 000-----------------------------------------1. Preparation of Second Energy Efficiency Action Plan and Development ofEnergy IndicatorsAmount € 2 million Service Contract. (IPA 2012)Start-End dates Contract signature planning - September 2013. Duration 18 monthsBeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental ProtectionExpected achievements of the project:1. Assessment of energy efficiency in all sectors.2. Assistance in creating an action plan for energy efficiency projects.3. Reduction of energy consumption and CO2 emissions.-----------------------------------------2. Capacity-building to Implement Acquis Standards and Conventions in NatureProtectionAmount € 1.5 million Service Contract (IPA 2012)
  • 9. 9Start-End dates Estimated start date: January 2014; duration 24 monthsBeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental ProtectionExpected achievements of project:1. Establishment of Natura 2000 Data Base2. Definition of Natura 2000 sites3. Development of management plans for additional protected areas-----------------------------------------3. Establishment of an Integrated Environmental Monitoring System for Airand Water QualityAmount € 1.95 million. Supply. (IPA 2012)Start-End dates Estimated start date: February 2014; duration 12 monthsBeneficiaryinstitutionSerbian Environmental Protection Agency, Ministry of Energy, Developmentand Environmental ProtectionExpected achievements of project:1. Enhancement of water monitoring capacity through the establishment of 4 automatic surface waterquality monitoring stations on major rivers in Serbia2. Integration of the monitoring data collection from air and water monitoring networks-----------------------------------------4. Creation of a Monitoring, Reporting and Verifying System for the SuccessfulImplementation of the EU Emissions Trading SchemeAmount € 1 million. Twinning. (IPA 2012)Start-End dates Estimated start date: September 2013; duration 24 monthsBeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental ProtectionExpected achievements of project:Legal and institutional base created for Serbia to join the EU Emission Trading System (EU ETS).
  • 10. 102.Water Protection and SupplyPrincipal Beneficiaries: Municipalities Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities Ministry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection Ministry of Regional Development and Local Self Government Ministry of Finance and Economy Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water ManagementA. Important Finalised Projects2:1. Study of Flood Prone Areas3in Serbia, Phase 1Amount € 2 million. Service Contract. (IPA 2007)Start-End dates March 2010 – November 2012BeneficiaryinstitutionWater Directorate - Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water ManagementMain achievements of project:1. Integrated flood management framework developed2. Introduction of the of land use planning, zoning and risk assessment3. Early warning systems developed4. Contingency planning and emergency measures upgraded5. Integration of pollution prevention measures prepared6. Flood hazard and flood risk maps prepared as the basis for the future preparation of the Flood Riskmanagement PlanFor more information/Project website:www.mpt.gov.rs-----------------------------------------2. Sewerage & Wastewater Strategic Master Plan for the West Morava RiverBasin42List is not exhaustive3Project areas include: The flood prone areas on the left and right side of the Danube River between Belgrademunicipality Zemun (km 1175) and the upstream end of the Iron Gate gorge (km 1040), including the flood proneparts of the Belgrade city along the Danube i.e. municipalities of Zemun, Novi Beograd, Stari Grad, Palilula (includingthe area of Pancevacki rit on the left river bank), and Grocka; The flood prone areas on the larger rivers in the VelikaMorava river basin.
  • 11. 11Amount € 3 million. Service Contract. (IPA 2007)Start-End dates February 2010 – August 2012BeneficiaryinstitutionWater Directorate - Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water ManagementMain Achievements of the project:1. Preparation of the Wastewater and Sewerage Master Plan concerning evacuation andtreatment of municipal and industry waste waters on the territory of West Morava.2. Preparation of tender documents for construction of Wastewater Treatment Plant ofcapacity 20,000 PEFor more information/Project website:www.mpt.gov.rs-----------------------------------------3. Municipal Infrastructure Support Programme MISPComponents: Waste Water management and Water SupplyAmount 4 works contracts worth a total of € 13.6 million (CARDS)BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Economy and Regional Development; municipalities of Subotica,Pozarevac, Indjija, Kula-Vrbas, Leskovac, Petrovac na Mlavi, Rasina District,Sabac, Valjevo – Kolubara Region and Velika Plana – Smederevska PalankaMunicipality/City ProjectEU donationin €Start of works End of worksSuboticaWaste Water Treatment PlantCARDS 20044.7 millionSeptember2007March 2009PozarevacWater Supply SystemReconstruction CARDS 20062.8 millionNovember2008November2010Indjija Water Supply Cards 2004 2.4 million June 2007 July 2008Petrovac na MlaviWater Supply and sanitationCARDS 20063.7 millionMarch 2009 December2010For more information/Project website:www.misp-serbia.rs-----------------------------------------4The main population centres of the study area are: Čačak, Kraljevo,,Kruševac, Užice, Novi Pazar, Gornji Milanovac,Trstenik, Požega, Ivanjica, Vrnjačka Banja, Arilje, Raška, Tutin, Aleksandrovac, Brus, Blace, Lučani, Kosjerić, Knić,Čajetina. Wastewater Treatment Plants exist in: Gornji Milanovac and some parts of waste water treatment plant existin Kraljevo,,Kruševac, Blace and Lučani
  • 12. 124. The European Partnership with Municipalities Programme – EU PROGRESComponents: Infrastructure and Municipal Management and DevelopmentPlanning (Waste Water Management and Water Supply projects)Amount 5 works contracts worth a total of € 400 818 (IPA 2010)BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Regional Development and Local Self-Government; municipalitiesof Vranje, Trgovište, Sjenica, Vlasotince, Crna Trava and LebaneMunicipality/City ProjectEU donationin €Start ofworksExpected endof worksVranjeConstruction of Water supply forRoma settlement Ćoška37 606August 2012 March 2013TrgovišteUpgrading of water supply systemin Novo Selo 55 004July 2011 August 2012SjenicaProcurement of the equipment forthe replacement of pumpingsystem in water station80 750May 2011 September2012Vlasotince andCrna TravaImprovement of the sanitaryconditions of the potable watersource for Vlasotince andprotection of the Vlasina Riverbasin – Waste water treatmentCrna Trava142 758October 2012 May 2013LebaneReconstruction and expansion ofwater treatment plant in Lebane –Building of filter fields84 700August 2011 August 2012For more information/Project website:www.euprogres.org-----------------------------------------B. Ongoing AssistanceNumber of projects Budget in €5 87 500 0001. Municipal Infrastructure Support Programme MISPComponents: Waste Water management and Water SupplyAmount 6 works contracts worth a total of € 56.3 million (CARDS)BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Economy and Regional Development; municipalities of Kula-Vrbas, Leskovac, Sabac, Velika Plana, Smederevska Palanka, Valjevo –Kolubara Region and Rasina District
  • 13. 13Municipality/City ProjectEU donationin €Start of works Expected endof worksKula-VrbasRegional Waste Water TreatmentPlant IPA 200812 millionApril 2012 April 2014LeskovacWaste Water Treatment PlantIPA 201011.7 millionJanuary 2012 July 2014Rasina DistrictRegional Water Supply SchemeIPA 20088.1 millionApril 2010 Winter 2014SabacWaste Water Treatment PlantIPA 20089.8 millionMarch 2012 March 2014Valjevo –Kolubara RegionRegion Water Supply IPA 2010 7.45 millionNovember2012July 2014Velika Plana –SmederevskaPalankaRegional Water Supply IPA201010.84 millionApril 2013 December2014For more information/Project website:www.misp-serbia.rs-----------------------------------------2. The European Partnership with Municipalities Programme – EU PROGRESComponents: Infrastructure (Waste Water Management and Water Supplyprojects)Amount 8 works contracts worth a total of € 830 628 (IPA 2010)BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Regional Development and Local Self-Government; municipalitiesof Trgovište, Blace, Bujanovac, Sjenica, Surdulica, Prokuplje and RaškaMunicipality/City ProjectEU donationin €Start ofworksExpected endof worksBlaceConstructing the waterreticulation in village Džepnica58 365September2012October 2013SjenicaReconstruction of a part of transitasbestos-cement water pipelines8 415November2012October 2013SurdulicaImprovement of accessibility towater supply system in Romasettlement Jelašnica215 136.August 2012 August 2013ProkupljeReconstruction of a part of waterdistribution system in Prokuplje76 404May 2013 November2013TrgovišteConstruction of Waste WaterTreatment Plant256 275October 2012 November2013RaškaProvision of Preliminary designfor waste water collection andtreatment with Feasibility studyand EIA for Raska municipality -Kopaonik66 300August 2012 August 2013Bujanovac Construction of exploitation well 27 770 May 2013 October 2013
  • 14. 14as the source of water supplyRaškaWater reserves study on theterritory of Raska municipality46 228April 2013 December2013For more information/Project website:www.euprogres.org-----------------------------------------3. Waste Water Treatment Plant in Thermo Power Plant Nikola Tesla B,Obrenovac; Supervision for Waste Water TreatmentAmount € 14 million first part; €1 million supervision (IPA 2012)Start-End dates September 2012-september 2014BeneficiaryinstitutionThermal Power Plant Nikola Tesla B; Obrenovac municipalityExpected achievements of the project:New waste water treatment facility in thermal power plant Nikola Tesla BFor more information/Project website:www.eps.rs4. Municipal Environmental Grant Loan Programme (MEGLIP); Component 1Amount € 12.1Million (IPA 2011)Start-End dates September 2011 – July 2015BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection: municipalities ofUzice, Krusevac and VranjeExpected achievements of project:Provision of consultancy and investment support for the rehabilitation of the waste water systems.5. Municipal Environmental Grant Loan Programme (MEGLIP); Component 2;Waste Water and Water Supply ManagementAmount Estimation: € 1.5 million. Water supply management; € 1.875 million. Waste watermanagementStart-End dates September 2011 – July 2015BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental ProtectionExpected achievements of the project:The project aims to provide an incentive fund for municipalities intending to implementenvironmental infrastructure projects.
  • 15. 15-----------------------------------------C. Future AssistanceNumber of projects Budget in €1 15 550 000-----------------------------------------1. Development of a Regional Waste Water Management Infrastructure forSubotica region (works); Construction of Transfer Stations; Supply ofequipmentAmount € 12 million (development); € 2,3 million (construction); and € 1,25 million(supply) (IPA 2012)Start-End dates Project commencement expected for February 2014. Duration 24 + 12 monthsBeneficiaryinstitutionMunicipalities of Subotica, Backa Topola, Mali Idjos, Kanjiza, Senta, NoviKnezevac and Coka (Subotica District)Expected achievements of project:The scope of the works contract will cover the construction of a regional waste management centre forSubotica district.
  • 16. 163.Air Protection5Principle beneficiaries: Ministry of Natural resources, mining and Spatial Planning Electric Power Industry of Serbia Elektromreza SrbijeA. Important Finalised Projects6:-----------------------------------------1. Ash Disposal System at Thermo Power Plant (TPP) Termo Elektrana NikolaTesla (TENT) BAmount € 28 million. Works contract. (CARDS 2004)Start-End dates March 2007 – August 2010BeneficiaryinstitutionNikola Tesla B Power Station, ObrenovacMain achievements of project:New ash disposal system constructed for the Electric Power Serbia at Nikola Tesla B Power Station, 2 x620 MW lignite fired power station at Obrenovac.For more information/Project website:www.eps.rs-----------------------------------------2. Emission reduction from Nikola Tesla Power Plant in Obrenovac, Units A6and B2; Supervising Engineer for Emission reduction from Nikola TeslaThermal Power Plant in the Republic of SerbiaAmount first part € 10.78 million; second part € 0.9 million. (IPA 2007)Start-End dates October 2009 – August 2012BeneficiaryinstitutionNikola Tesla Power Plant Station, ObrenovacMain achievements of project:1. New Electrostatic Precipitator System (filter) which reduces the particulate emissions from UnitsA6 and B2 in TPPs Nikola Tesla A and B2. Achieved particulate emission limits under the Large Combustion Plant Directive for a sustainedperiod of time (50 mg/c3).5Projects regarding air protection are mainly focused in the energy sector6List is not exhaustive
  • 17. 17For more information/Project website:www.eps.rs-----------------------------------------3. Equipment for continuous air emission measurement of harmful andhazardous substances for Thermal Power Plant Nikola Tesla A and B, andThermal Power Plant Kolubara AAmount € 1 678 441. 2 Works contract. (IPA 2008)Start-End dates January 2011 – April 2012BeneficiaryinstitutionThermal Power Plants Nikola Tesla A and B (Obrenovac), and Kolubara A(Lazarevac)Main achievements of project:1. New equipment for continuous air emission measurement of harmful and hazardous substancesprocured and installed at Thermo Power Plant Nikola Tesla A and B, Thermo Power PlantKolubara A and Thermo Power Plant Morava.2. Continuous monitoring of emission of harmful substances from flue gases of the fourthermal power plants in accordance with the requirements of EU directives related tocontinuous air emission measurements.For more information/Project website:www.eps.rs-----------------------------------------B. Ongoing AssistanceNumber of projects Budget in €2 9 870 0001. Municipal Environmental Grant Loan Programme (MEGLIP); Component 2;Energy EfficiencyAmount Estimation: € 1.175 million. Delegation agreement with KfW. (IPA 2011)Start-End dates September 2011 – July 2015BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental ProtectionExpected achievements of the project:The project aims to provide an incentive fund for municipalities intending to implementenvironmental infrastructure projects.
  • 18. 18-----------------------------------------2. Emission Reduction from Nikola Tesla Thermal Power Plant, Unit B1;08SER01/17/21 Supervising contract for Emission reduction from Nikola TeslaThermal Power Plant in the Republic of SerbiaAmount First part € 7.795 million; second part € 0.9 million (IPA 2008)Start-End dates August 2011 – March 2014BeneficiaryinstitutionNikola Tesla Thermal Power Plant, Unit B1 (Obrenovac)Main achievements of project:1. New Electrostatic Precipitator System (filter) which reduces the particulate emissions from Unit B1in TPP Nikola B2. Achieved particulate emission limits under the Large Combustion Plant Directive for a sustainedperiod of time (50 mg/c3).For more information/Project website:www.eps.rs-----------------------------------------C. Future AssistanceNumber of projects Budget in €1 15 200 000-----------------------------------------1. Reconstruction of Electrostatic Precipitators in Elektroprivreda Srbije, unitsA3 and MoravaAmount € 15 200 000. Works contract. (IPA 2012)Start-End dates Expected to start on January 2014BeneficiaryinstitutionElektroprivreda Srbije (EPS)Expected achievements of the project:1. New Electrostatic Precipitator System (filter) which reduces the particulate emissions from UnitsA3 in TPP Nikola A and TPP Morava2. Particulate emission limits under the Large Combustion Plant Directive for a sustained period oftime.
  • 19. 194.Waste ManagementPrincipal Beneficiaries: Municipalities Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities Ministry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection Ministry of Regional Development and Local Self Government Ministry of Finance and Economy Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Public Health SectorA. Important Finalised Projects7:1. Municipal Infrastructure Support Programme MISPComponent: Solid Waste ManagementAmount 3 works contracts worth a total of € 13 million (CARDS)BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Economy and Regional Development; municipalities of Pirot,Uzice, Sremska Mitrovica and SabacMunicipality/City ProjectEU donationin €Start ofworksEnd of worksPirotRegional Solid Waste LandfillConstruction CARDS 20063.8 millionSeptember2008CompletedDecember2009;operationalJanuary 2013UziceRegional Solid Waste SeparationLine CARDS 20064.2 millionJune 2007 September2011SremskaMitrovica - SabacRegional Solid WasteManagement IPA 20085 millionSeptember2010June 2012For more information/Project website:www.misp-serbia.rs-----------------------------------------2. The European Partnership with Municipalities Programme – EU PROGRESComponent: Infrastructure (Solid Waste Management projects)Amount 2 works contracts worth a total of € 124 000 (IPA 2010)7List is not exhaustive
  • 20. 20BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Regional Development and Local Self-Government; municipalitiesRaška and BosilegradMunicipality/City ProjectEU donationin €Start ofworksExpected endof worksRaškaPreparation of project technicaldocumentation for recycling yard21 250April 2011 December2012BosilegradImprovement of the communalservices – procurement ofgarbage collecting truck84 150 August 2011July 2012For more information/Project website:www.euprogres.org-----------------------------------------3. Healthcare Waste ManagementAmount € 7.15 M: € 1.5M Service Contract; €5.4 M. Medical Wasteequipment –low temperature thermal wet treatment equipment formedical waste and € 0.25 M for 25 vehiclesStart-EnddatesJune 2007 – June 2009BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of HealthAchievements of the project:1. Developed an effective and efficient system for the collection, storage, treatment and disposal ofhealthcare waste in accordance with Serbian requirements and EU directives.2. Provided support for preparing a plan and system for Healthcare Waste Management, situationanalysis in 73 health care institutions in Serbia and provided relevant equipment for thesehealthcare institutions to dispose their infectious waste by transforming it into communal waste(sterilization and shredding of sharps).3. Contributed to the drafting of relevant legislation to ensure compatibility with EC legislation andbest practices in sanitary standards for healthcare waste management.4. Assisted the Ministry of Health to improve infectious healthcare waste management by initiatingthe creation of a system for collection, storage, treatment and disposal of infectious healthcarewaste under CARDS (Community Assistance for Reconstruction, Development and Stabilization)-----------------------------------------B. Ongoing AssistanceNumber of projects Budget in €3 6 530 000
  • 21. 21-----------------------------------------1. Treatment of Healthcare WasteAmount € 5.7 M: € 1.95M Service Contract; € 2.67 M. Medical Wasteequipment and € 0.6 M vehicles supply, € 0.48 M for the servicesof export and destruction of pharmaceutical waste accumulated atthe healthcare institutions and state-owned pharmacies in SerbiaStart-EnddatesSeptember 2010 – September 2013BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of HealthExpected achievements of the project:1. Contribution to the implementation of environmental and healthcare strategies that will ensurecompatibility with EC legislation and best practices in sanitary standards.2. Assistance to the Ministry of Health to improve infectious healthcare waste management in 46healthcare facilities in Serbia by completing the system for collection, storage, treatment and disposal ofinfectious healthcare waste as initiated under a CARDS (Community Assistance for Reconstruction,Development and Stabilization) Healthcare waste management project.-----------------------------------------2. The European Partnership with Municipalities Programme – EU PROGRESComponent: Infrastructure (Solid Waste Management projects)Amount 8 works contracts worth a total of € 387 064 (IPA 2010)BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Regional Development and Local Self-Government; municipalities Vranje,Bujanova, Nova Varoš, Priboj, Sjenica, Prijepolje, Bosilegrad and Novi PazarMunicipality/City ProjectEU donationin €Start ofworksExpected endof worksVranje andBujanovacRegional Landfill Meteris Technical Documentationfor Recycling Yard inVranje Development of MainDesign for the Expansionof the METERIS SanitaryLandfill for CommunalSolid Waste for localcommunities in Pčinjadistrict Construction of Transferstation in Bujanovac99 025February2011August 2013Nova Varoš, Regional Landfill Banjica 203 039 April 2011 August 2013
  • 22. 22Priboj, Sjenicaand Prijepolje Preparation of projecttechnical documentationfor recycling yard inmunicipality of NovaVaroš Equipment for NovaVaroš recycling centreand containers forPrijepolje and Priboj Provision of Geological,Geotechnical and Hydro-geological study forBanjica landfill Re-designing of MainDesign for the SanitaryLandfill for CommunalSolid Waste forMunicipalities NovaVaroš, Prijepolje, Pribojand SjenicaNovi PazarPurchase of vehicle for thesewage system85 000May 2013 August 2013For more information/Project website:www.euprogres.org3. Municipal Environmental Grant Loan Programme (MEGLIP); Component 2;Waste ManagementAmount Estimation: € 450 000 (IPA 2011)Start-End dates September 2011 – July 2015BeneficiaryinstitutionMinistry of Energy, Development and Environmental ProtectionExpected achievements of the project:The project aims to provide an incentive fund for municipalities intending to implementenvironmental infrastructure projects.C. Future AssistanceNumber of projects Budget in €1 36 100 000-----------------------------------------1. Construction of the Regional Waste Management Schemes IPA 2012
  • 23. 23Amount 3 work contracts worth a total of € 36.1 million (IPA 2012)BeneficiaryinstitutionSubotica and KalenicMunicipality/City ProjectEU donationin €Start ofworksExpected endof worksSubotica/KalenicSupervision of construction ofSubotica and Kalenic regionalwaste management centres2.5 millionNovember2013November2017KalenicConstruction of the RegionalWaste Management Centre20.4 millionFebruary2015February2018SuboticaConstruction of the RegionalWaste Management Centre15.5 millionExpected tostart inFebruary2014February2016

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