According to the Bank's website, this project finances the rehabilitation and modernisation of solid waste infrastructure in the City of Khmelnytskyi. The operations will be carried out by Spetskomuntrans, a numicipal company wholly owned by the City of Khmelnytskyi that has contracts with more than 92,000 households and almost 3,000 commercial and public organisations for waste removal and disposal. This project is part of the EBRD's Green Cities Framework 2.
The project will entail: (i) the rehabilitation of the existing landfill; (ii) the construction of a new engineered sanitary landfill adjacent to the old one; (iii) the acquisition of new landfill equipment; and (iv) improvements of the solid waste collection and transportation systems.
Due to the global pandemic in 2020, stakeholder engagement meetings have been postponed.
Ms Ksenia Kosiuk
+380 96 838 4476
29008, 2/1 Bandery Street, Office 323, City of Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine
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