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Simon Pow. Waste Governance – ENPI East.

  1. 1. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 1 “Waste Governance – ENPI East” Simon Pow, Team Leader, Eco Invest International Forum, 3 October 2012
  2. 2. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 2 • The EC’s Assistance Framework - European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and the Four Common Spaces with Russia provides the framework for closer relations between EU and the countries in its neighbourhood to the east - For 2007-2013, approximately €12 billion in EC funding is available to support all sorts of reforms in these Partner Countries - Sustainable development and sound environment are key issues within ENP - EC’s Regional Strategy Paper 2007-2013 places the environment as one of the EC’s key support areas for the region
  3. 3. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 3 • On-Going Environmental Regional Projects – “Waste Governance – ENPI East” (2009 to 2013) - €5.8m – “Towards a Shared Environmental Information System (SEIS) in the European Neighbourhood” (2010-2014) - €5.7m – “Air Quality Governance” (2010 to 2014) - €7m – “PPRD – East” (2010 to 2014) - €6m – “Environmental Protection of International River Basins” (2011 to 12/15) - €8.5m – “Improving Capacity to Eliminate and Prevent Recurrence of Obsolete Pesticides as a Model for Tackling Unused Hazardous Chemicals in the FSU” (2012-2015) - €7m – CIUDAD – Strengthening the Local Authorities Role in the EU Neighbourhood Region
  4. 4. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 4 • Waste Governance – ENPI East – Important part of the EC’s 2008 Regional Action Programme – Developed after extensive consultation with the Partner Countries – Seeks to address the resulting pollution from improperly managed wastes by:- • Improving data on the types and quantities of waste disposed of to the environment • Improving strategic planning for addressing waste management problems • Improving the coordination of national and international resources to more effectively address waste management problems
  5. 5. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 5 • What is Waste Governance? (1) Openness Participation WASTE GOVERNANCE Accountability Coherence Effectiveness
  6. 6. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 6 • What is Waste Governance (2) – Five Pillars/Principles of “good governance” • Openness; • Participation; • Accountability; • Effectiveness; and • Coherence – These five principles form the foundation of our approach to implementing this project
  7. 7. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 7 • What is Waste Governance (3) – Openness • Development, implementation, and reporting of waste management initiatives is communicated to all stakeholders – Participation • Waste management planning is undertaken with the inclusive participation of stakeholders – Accountability • Clear roles and responsibilities between the various institutions. Effective mechanisms are in place to ensure that they act in line with their responsibilities
  8. 8. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 8 • What is Waste Governance (4) – Effectiveness • Waste management planning is developed and implemented at the appropriate institutional levels to address local priorities on the basis of clear objectives and evaluation of future impacts. – Coherence • Strengthening waste management frameworks must be integrated into the wider policy framework of each country.
  9. 9. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 9 • Implications for Project Implementation (1) – Implementation must be “process” driven if impact/sustainability is to be maximised – Project coordinators in place and empowered to make decisions locally – Project Partners and key stakeholders must be fully engaged into project implementation both nationally and regionally in order to maximise ownership
  10. 10. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 10 • Implications for Project Implementation (2) – Use the concept of integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM) because it tests the full range of governance skills, e.g. priority setting, strategic planning, consultation, decision making etc – Involve NGOs into the implementation process – Strong public awareness raising component & communication strategy essential
  11. 11. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 11 • Project’s Institutional Structures (1) – Full Regional Steering Committee • Meets Annually (February) • Chaired by EC Project Manager – Two Sub-Regional Meetings (Western NIS and Caucasus) • Meets Annually (July/September) • Chaired by EU Delegation – Consultative Groups • National and Local (pilot region) stakeholders • Chaired by the National Coordinator • Meets at least once every six months
  12. 12. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa, Project Financed by the European Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 122nd Sub-Regional Meeting, WesternNIS Countries, Kiev (July, 2011) First Sub-Regional Meeting, Caucasus Countries, Tbilisi (September 2011)
  13. 13. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 13Regional Steering Committee Meeting,Tbilisi, Georgia (February 2011)
  14. 14. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 14Regional Steering Committee Meeting,Chisinau, Moldova (February 2012)
  15. 15. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 15 • Overall Objective – “To reduce the risks arising from inappropriate management of wastes in the ENPI East, that thereby create environmental pollution hazards to the community and to natural resources through co- operation with, and among, partner states in the region” • Specific Objective – “To improve the management of waste by promoting higher standards at waste facilities, more effective waste prevention initiatives, increased capacities for waste collection and sorting, as well as increasing reuse, recovery, and safe disposal of waste”
  16. 16. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 16 • Results – 1. Completed pilot region inventories of existing illegal/non-compliant disposal sites (May, 2012) – 2. An adopted waste classification approach that accords with international and EU standards (May, 2013) – 3. Completed 15 year waste management strategies (one for each of the pilot areas), Nov 2011 – 4. Feasibility study on establishing a “DABLAS Type” platform for encouraging strategic waste management investments (Nov 2012); and – 5. Credible Communication Strategy Implemented throughout all ENPI East Countries (November, 2013).
  17. 17. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 17 • Project Work Streams – Work Stream A: Project Management – Work Stream B: Inventorisation of Illegal Waste Disposal Sites – Work Stream C: Strengthening Waste Classification Practices – Work Stream D: Development of Pilot Regional Waste Management Strategies – Work Stream E: Feasibility Study on Establishing a “DABLAS Type” Platform – Work Stream F: Implementation of Scope of Works for Russian Federation – Work Steam G: Public Awareness, Information Dissemination, and Capacity Building
  18. 18. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 18 • Result 1: Completed Pilot Region Inventories – Inventory undertaken from September to November 2011 – 295 dumpsites (only 115 have an appropriate passport) and 9 landfill sites – Dumpsites occupy approximately 199,000 Ha of land with 255,153m3 of MSW – Landfills occupy 55Ha of land and contain about 7685 millionm3 of MSW
  19. 19. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 19
  20. 20. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 20
  21. 21. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 21
  22. 22. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 22 • Result 2: Adopted waste classification approach that is compatible with EU standards – Developed, harmonized with EU List of Waste – Agreed with Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources – Submitted to State Service of Statistics
  23. 23. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 23 Regional Workshop on Measures for Strengthening the Existing Waste Classification Frameworks, Kiev, Ukraine (September, 2010)
  24. 24. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 24 • Result 3: A completed 15 year waste management strategy for each pilot region – Mobilising the Planning Process – Defining the baseline – Establishing the Strategic Planning Framework – Technical, Financial, and Institutional Options – Preparation of the Strategy – Preparing the Action Plan – Outline Feasibility Study
  25. 25. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 25
  26. 26. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 26
  27. 27. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 27 Domestic Waste Management Strategy for Zakarpatska oblast 2012-2026 The strategy proposes that the 13 rayons in the Oblast are divided into 4 distinct sub-regions (Uzhgorod, Mukachevo, Vinogradiv, and Tiachiv) because the sharing of waste management facilities is the most efficient approach.
  28. 28. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 28 Domestic Waste Management Strategy for Zakarpatska oblast 2012-2026 •Organized municipal waste collection on the territory of the whole oblast; •Construction of four regional landfills in Uzhgorod, Mukachevo, Vinogradiv, and Tiachiv rayons; •Construction of two transfer stations in Mizhgirya and Rahiv rayons; •Separate collection of recyclable waste will be organized in all main settlements in all main settlements of the districts, and in settlements with population exceeding 3000 residents;
  29. 29. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 29 Domestic Waste Management Strategy for Zakarpatska oblast 2012-2026•Four sorting facilities will be established in Uzhgorod,Mukachevo, Vinogradiv, and Tiachiv which will receive theseparately collected waste. An additional glass sorting line isenvisaged at the sorting facility where separately collectedglass waste will be treated according to the demands of glassrecycling plants; and•The progressive establishment of centralised composting sitesin every district.
  30. 30. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 30 Domestic Waste Management Strategy for Zakarpatska oblast 2012-2026 The strategy proposes that an Association is formed at the oblast level (including representatives of villages, cities, rayon and oblast Councils) for managing the new waste management system
  31. 31. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 31 Domestic Waste Management Strategy for Zakarpatska oblast 2012-2026•The total investment cost of the proposed wastemanagement options over a 14-year investmentperiod (2013-2026) is UAH 1,261 million (around 115mln. Euro).•The operational costs rise from UAH 26 million in2014 to 104 million in 2026.
  32. 32. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 32 • Result 4: Completed feasibility study on the establishment of a “DABLAS type” platform to encourage a strategic focus to investments in the waste sector – Aim is to assess the feasibility for establishing a “DABLAS” type platform to encourage a more strategic focus to investments in the waste sector
  33. 33. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 33 • What is the DABLAS “Platform” (1) – DABLAS Task Force is a successful example of providing a platform for cooperation between IFIs, donors, and beneficiaries for the protection of water and water-related ecosystems of the Danube and Black Sea – Established in November 2001 – Comprises a number of representatives from the countries of the region, ICPDR, Black Sea Commission, IFIs, EC, interested EU Member States, and other bi-lateral donors etc
  34. 34. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 34 • What is the DABLAS “Platform” (2) – Main objective is to encourage a more strategic focus to the use of available financing, and to ensure co- ordinated action between all financial instruments operating in the region – Attempts to bring cohesion to the financing process, by identifying priority objectives common to the region as a whole, targeting the available funds at the most pressing environmental issues – To achieve this aim, the DABLAS Task Force develops and implements an annual work programme
  35. 35. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 35 • What is the DABLAS Platform (3) – Benefits donors and beneficiaries by:- • Providing access to priority investment projects to ensure that project sponsors, donors, and IFIs are better informed about the viability of projects and will have a clearer idea of next steps for project development • Facilitating opportunities for donors and IFIs to establish co- operation to take projects forward through Task Force activities (such as meetings and workshops) • Ensuring information on progress on national funding decisions from the DABLAS feedback process is widely available to aid in the decision-making process • Developing a tangible strategic framework for donors to use when actually making financing decisions
  36. 36. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 36 • Result 4: Progress-to-date • Review undertaken of existing DABLAS Task Force activities • Stakeholder consultation has taken place to identify priorities – Suggests strong support to coordinate nationally but regional coordination is less of a priority
  37. 37. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 37 • Result 5: Credible Communication and Capacity Building Strategy – Capacity Building • Needs Assessment • Development of Programme • Implementation of Programme
  38. 38. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 38 Training of school teachers on methodology “Alphabet on domestic waste management for pupils” all 13 rayons involved 250 teachers
  39. 39. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 39
  40. 40. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 40
  41. 41. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 41 • Result 5: Credible Communication and Capacity Building Strategy – Awareness Raising • Needs Assessment • Development of Programme • Implementation of Programme
  42. 42. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 42 Divine liturgy, conducted by Reverend Archbishop Milan Shashik, Mukachevo bishop (Head of the commission in environmental matters Mukachevo Greek Catholic Diocese) in the one biggest cathedrals of Uzhgorod - Cathedral of the Exaltation of the Gods True Cross 42
  43. 43. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 43 Children competitions 43
  44. 44. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 44 Action «Crab» Latorica river just on the border with Slovakia (EU) Joint project with Ministry of Ecology and Natural Recourses, local water management agency and NGO, business and international organizations (ICPDR) 5 tons of waste 10 TV channels + newspapers and internet
  45. 45. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 45 45
  46. 46. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 46 Zakarpattya state TV channel «Тisza 1» 24 June 21:00 – 24:00 on live Experiment Studio: two social advertisement on waste management documentary round table with participation of four Christian confessions and Project experts
  47. 47. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 47
  48. 48. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 48
  49. 49. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 49
  50. 50. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 50
  51. 51. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa, Project Financed by the European Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 51 Scene from the Moldovan Social Video to Encourage Segregation and Recycling of WasteScene from Social Video “Today oneunit of waste – tomorrow one landfillof waste”
  52. 52. “Waste Governance – ENPI Project Implemented by Eptisa,Project Financed by theEuropean Union East” Fichtner, Project Mgmt, Planmiljo, RECC and Wasteaware 52 • All project results uploaded onto project web-site:- – www.wastegovernance.org

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