Aczmp athens, greece

394 views

Published on

third integration dialogue athens

Published in: Education
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
394
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
55
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
8
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Aczmp athens, greece

  1. 1. Mohamed Elghazawy EEAA / GEF Projects – The World Bank Alexandria Integrated Coastal Zone Management And Pollution Reduction Measures for Lake Maryute Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency Alexandria Coastal Zone Management Project IW- GEF Projects – The World Bank
  2. 2. El-Qalaa drain 915790 m3/ d 11 % Nubareya canal 2530000 m3/ d 31% Western station 3410325 m3/ d 5% Sea Locks 82200 m3/d groundwater 24974 m3/ d El-Mex Pumping station 7993945 m3/ d evaporation 169344 m3/ day inflow outflow Direct industrial discharge 46747 m3/ d
  3. 3. 2014 USD 7.15 M
  4. 4. Ministry of state for environmental affairs Egyptian Pollution Abatement Project (Second Phase)
  5. 5. Background:  The Egyptian Pollution Abatement Project (EPAP II) is one of the main projects managed by Ministry of State for Environmental Affairs (MSEA). Its main goals are to assist the Egyptian industry to comply with the environmental regulation, as well as improving its environmental performance altogether.  EPAP II is a project financed jointly by World Bank (WB), the European Investment Bank (EIB), the Japanese Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) and the French Development Agency, In addition to European Commission (EC), the Government of Finland, and the Government of Egypt. 6
  6. 6. Objectives of EPAP II:  To provide soft financing package to support industrial pollution abatement projects in industrial establishments from both public & private sectors.  To develop sustainable financial, technical and institutional mechanisms for pollution abatement to decrease the pollution loads in selected hot-spots areas in greater Cairo and Alexandria governorates in order to improve local environmental conditions.  To introduce suitable environmental management approaches, improve the quality of inspection activities, develop technical capacity of environmental institutions as well as participating banks and improve public information, awareness and activity relating to industrial environmental affairs in Egypt, particularly in Greater Cairo and Alexandria Governorates. 7
  7. 7. Investment Component: 8 EPAP Co financiers Mission Feb 09 The investment component provides soft financing package to support industrial pollution abatement projects in industrial establishments from both public and private sectors. The National Bank of Egypt (NBE) is the Apex bank through which resources provided by the Co-financers will be made available for financing environmental projects in industrial establishments. The company should provide at least 10% of the total investment to cover civil works, custom & taxes. The Co-financers package consists of a grant of 20% of the total investments cost and 80% loan on commercial terms with 1-2 years grace period and up to 8 years total repayment period.
  8. 8. EPAP II Eligible Projects:  Industrial investment projects in Greater Cairo and Alexandria areas in all industrial sectors for:  Pollution prevention projects: air emissions reduction, work environment improvement and waste water treatment and management.  In process modification, in plant modification and end of pipe treatment.  Adoption of cleaner technology  Improvement of energy efficiency and other resources in addition to conversion to cleaner fuels.  Hazardous Waste management projects.  Environmental services projects. 9
  9. 9. Sub-project status: Active projects and current status:  At March 2014 there were 37 active project applications from 27 companies with a total value of US$ 175 million.
  10. 10. Alexandria Coastal Zone Management Project (ACZMP) 2010 - 2015
  11. 11. Introduction  The project is financed by a Grant from the Global Environment Facility (GEF)) in the amount of US$ 7.15 million. Managed by the WB, and implemented by the EEAA during the period of 2010-2015  The main objective of the project is to reduce water pollution reaches the Mediterranean from Lake Maryout.
  12. 12. Current Environmental Problems • Most of the lake area is covered by reeds which lead to a decrease in the rates of dissolved oxygen and in fish quantities in the lake. • Decrease in the annual fish production which leads to social and economic problems • Deterioration of water quality
  13. 13. Project objectives Supply a strategic framework and immediate small- scale investments to reduce the load of land- based sources of pollution entering the Mediterranean Sea in the hot spots of El Mex Bay and Lake Mariout. Protect/restore globally significant coastal heritage and ecosystem processes by supporting the Government of Egypt's efforts to develop and implement a National Coastal Zone Management Plan.
  14. 14. Project Components Component (1): Planning, Institutional Capacity and Monitoring. Component (2): Pollution Reduction Measures. Component(3): Project Management and Monitoring and Evaluation.
  15. 15. Framework Alexandria Coastal Zone Management Project (ACZMP) Planning, Institutional Capacity and Monitoring Strengthening Pollution reduction Project Management and Monitoring and Evaluation COMPONENTSOUTCOMES Increase capacities to manage the coastal zone Reduction in the land based source througth pilot measures Completion of a M&E system and dissemination i) Preparation of an ICZM plan for Alexandria including Lake Mariut ii) Development of an integrated water quality monitoring network for Lake Mariut and Med. Sea including a water quality and hydraulic model US$ 7.15 million
  16. 16. Component (1): Planning, Institutional Capacity and Monitoring. The expected outcome is an increased capacity for various relevant entities to manage the coastal zones in and around Alexandria . The outputs for this component include (i) A master plan for the management of the coastal zones of Alexandria including Lake Mariout (ii) Development of a water quality monitoring network for Lake Mariout.
  17. 17. Component (1): Planning, Institutional Capacity and Monitoring. STATUS: - ICZM Plan has been awarded to Spanish Institute (IH Cantapria) for 24 months contract started in May 2013. - Mariut Lake Hydrodynamic and WQ Mathematical Modeling completed - IT, GIS, and WQ equipment and materials has been assessed for different partners and purchase is ongoing - Comprehensive Social Baseline Study has been conducted for the project area
  18. 18. TASK1: LEGAL AND REGULATORYSTUDY TASK 2: KNOWLEDGE OF ACZ CHARACTERISTICSTASK 5: STAKEHOLDERS PARTICIPATION AND CB TASK 3: ALTERNATIVES, STRATEGIES AND GUIDELINES FOR ICZM PHASEI:ISSUESIDENTIFICATIONANDASSESSMENT Data compilation Local Workshops Legal and reg. study Stakeholders identification Meetings with stakeholders Temporal planning SoW Integrated diagnosis: environmental, social, legal & institutional / Key issues Study area Final Coastal Diagnosis / Agreed key issues CM Draft ICZM Objectives & Governance Framework 1st DRAFT ICZMP
  19. 19. Component (2): Pollution Reduction Measures The expected outcome is a reduction in the land based source of pollution entering the Lake Mariout and subsequently the Mediterranean Sea. The output of this component is the completion of small scale innovative pollution reduction measures such as in-stream treatment (bio-films and aeration) among others..
  20. 20. Component (2): Pollution Reduction Measures STATUS: - FS and DD has been awarded to Danish-Egyptian JV (NYRAS & EcoConserv) - FS completed and preferred pollution reduction intervention has been determined and agreed upon - DD is under going
  21. 21. January 2014 22 El MEX EWTP WWTP Qalaa PS 1 1 2 Omoum Nubaria Pollution Reduction Measures Options Biofilm In lake Wetland In Stream Wetland 4 Aeration Iron Dosing System
  22. 22. Sludge dewatering Primary Settling Basins Sludge/harvest management Basic Option 2B: Biofilm outside Primary Settling Basin and Storm water wetland
  23. 23. Monitoring sites : 01 – 08 Frequency : 12/year Samples : Water Sample type: Vertical composite (3 levels), or grab mid level Parameters: Chlorophyll-a, Phosphate, T-P, NO3, NO2, NH4, T-N, SiO3, TSS, COD, BOD, Oil &grease, Metals (Fe, Mn, Zn, Cr, Cu, Ni, Cd, Pb, Hg), Total coliform, Fecal coliform, Fecal streptococci, Wind speed. Total number of samples : 96/year Responsibility : Alexandria RBO WQ Monitoring Program
  24. 24. Monitoring sites: 01, 02, 03, 05, 06, 08 Frequency : 12 /year Samples: Water Sample type: Grab, in situ at early morning, midday, sunset , each point Parameters : Transparency, pH, DO, Oxygen saturation, Temperature, Salinity, Conductivity , Depth, Wind speed. Total number of readings: 216/year Responsibility: Authority of Fish Resources and Development & Ministry of irrigation WQ Monitoring Program
  25. 25. Monitoring sites : 04 and 07 Frequency : Continuous Samples : Water Parameters: Chlorophyll-a, DO, pH, Conductivity, Blue green algae, temperature, Turbidity, Ammonia. Wind speed, Wind direction, Flow rate. Responsibility : Alexandria RBO WQ Monitoring Program
  26. 26. Monitoring sites: 03 , 04, 06, 07 Frequency: Twice /year Samples : Bottom sediments Parameters :Al, , Cr, Pb, Ni, As, Cu, Fe, Zn, Hg, TOC, Total- phosphorus Total- hydrocarbons, Total Pesticides, PCB’s Total number of samples : 8/year Responsibility : Alexandria RBO & Authority of Fish Resources and Development WQ Monitoring Program
  27. 27. Monitoring sites: One storage area Frequency: Twice /year Samples: Excavated sediments (after sediment dry out) Parameters:Al, , Cr, Pb, Ni, As, Cu, Fe, Zn, Hg, TOC, Total- phosphorus Total- hydrocarbons, Total Pesticides, PCB’s Total number of samples: 2/year Responsibility: Alexandria RBO WQ Monitoring Program
  28. 28. Monitoring sites: The main basin and the fisheries basin Frequency: Twice /year )each site) Samples: Tissue of fish (Tilapia) Parameters: Al, Cu, Ni, Zn, Cd, Cr, Pb, Hg, As Total number of samples: 4/year Responsibility: Alexandria RBO WQ Monitoring Program
  29. 29. Monitoring sites: One temporary storage site Frequency: Twice /year Samples: Biota, removed reeds Parameters: Al, Cu, Ni, Zn, Cd, Cr, Pb, Hg, As Total number of samples: 2/year Responsibility: Alexandria RBO WQ Monitoring Program
  30. 30. Monitoring sites: One temporary storage site Frequency: Twice /year Samples: Biota, Duckweeds or plants used in CW, after the plants dry out Parameters: Al, Cu, Ni, Zn, Cd, Cr, Pb, Hg, As Total number of samples: 2/year Responsibility: Alexandria RBO WQ Monitoring Program
  31. 31. Component (3): Project Management and Monitoring and Evaluation The expected outcome is the completion of a comprehensive Monitoring and Evaluation scheme and the documentation of the project results for the purpose of up- scaling and replication.

×