According to the Bank's website, this project will finance the acquisition of solid waste operation and maintenance vehicles and machinery, as well as the upgrade of the existing transfer station and rehabiliation of the operational landfill in Tbilisi.
The major potential environmental & social issues associated with the current operations and the Project include: lack of the proper environmental, health and safety, and HR management system in place, emissions and ground water contamination, community and livelihood impacts, safety and security, waste management, impacts during constructions phase, such as noise, disturbance, contractors management and supply chain.
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