Completed projects (5)
EU funded “Waste Governance” project implemented in frames of the European Neighborhood and Partnership Region (ENPI East ) aims to improve co-operation within, and between, countries for reducing the risks arising from inappropriate waste management throughout the region. Countries involved in the project are Azerbaidjan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine.
The Project aims at assisting through technical co-operation and support the partner countries in their efforts to reduce the risks arising from inappropriate management of wastes, that thereby create environmental pollution hazards to the community and to natural resources, through co-operation with, and amongst, partner states in the region.
The overall objective of the project is to enable countries of the CEE region to work towards coordinated implementation of SAICM and contribute to GHS implementation and the protection of human health and the environment from dangerous chemicals.
This project aims at analysing the status of chemical hazard classification and communication, and GHS implementation at the national and regional levels. The overall objective of the project is to enable Central and Eastern European countries to lay the groundwork for considering regionally coordinated implementation of the GHS and thus contribute to the implementation of SAICM, and the protection of human health and the environment from dangerous chemicals.
The project aims to inventory dumps in Central Development Region and North and Gagauzia and creating their geospatial database, applying GIS and GPS technologies in compliance with European Spatial Data Infrastructure Environment standards.
Project objectives are:
- Inventory of dumps network in Moldova;
- Develop guidelines dumps inventory using GPS receivers;
- Creating a Geospatial database on disposal sites network in Moldova;
- Web publishing and testing in real-time;
- Organizing training sessions for people in the institutions responsible for managing environmental issues;
The overall objective of the project is to mainstream SMC priorities into national developments planning processes in order to strengthen country’s foundational capacities in regards of sound chemicals management thus minimizing the significant adverse effects of these on human health and the global environment.
Aiming to build capacities for formulation and implementation of SMC policies and fostering sustainable forms of development, the project will achieve its objective through the following outputs referring at:
- Baseline analysis and identification of sound management of chemicals priorities
- Economic valuation of selected priorities and designing policy instruments supporting the SMC issues
- Identification of opportunities for integration of SMC within national plans and subsequently mainstreaming of national SMC priorities into national development programmes and plans.
The project is aimed at technical support for the development of environmental legislation in Moldova and its harmonisation with legal regulation of the European Union. At the same time, the project will contribute to the improvement of expert capacities and awareness raising of state administration and general public in environmentally sound handling of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).