The Project aims to rehabilitate the existing wastewater treatment plant which helps to enhance wastewater treatment efficiency and its performance; to construct a effective, modern sludge management and disposal facility, including energy and heat recovery technology from sludge biogas utilisation in the City.
The Project is planned to provide environmental benefits and improve social conditions in the area of influence. Moreover, it will facilitate the advancement of tariff reform and improvement of the Company's corporate governance and capacity as well as introduce better contractual arrangements between the Company and the City. The components include:
(i) reconstruction of the Minsk wastewater treatment plant to eliminate odour, optimise use of the existing facilities and enhance wastewater treatment efficiency of the plant in line with national and EU requirements; and
(ii) construction of sludge treatment facilities (including digestion, dewatering, drying and incineration) in line with EU best available techniques on the premises of the wastewater facilities.
Provision of a sovereign loan of up to EUR 84 million to Minsk Vodokanal (UE "Minskvodokanal" or "Company"), a municipal enterprise wholly owned by the City of Minsk (the "City"), to finance rehabilitation and reconstruction of the Minsk wastewater facilities. The proposed EBRD loan will be co-financed in equal amount by the European Investment Bank (EIB).
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Name: Zaitseva Olga Mihailovna
Phone number: +375 17 327 64 02
Phone number: +375 17 389 42 61
Address: Pulikhova Street 15, Minsk, Belarus 220088
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