According to the bank website, the project consists of a loan of up to EUR 55 million to the Republic of North Macedonia for establishing and developing a regional waste management systems in five administrative regions in the country. The Loan will be provided in two tranches:
Tranche 1 in the amount of up to EUR 47.5 million, to be committed at loan signing, will finance investments in the Polog and Pelagonija & Southwest Regions. It will involve (i) construction/reconstruction of the regional integrated waste management systems and transfer stations, and (ii) waste storage systems and bulky waste collection and closure of the Novaci dumpsite.
Tranche 2 in the amount of up to EUR 7.5 million (uncommitted) will finance (i) the solid waste landfill and transfer stations in the Vardar and the Southeast ("VSE") region. Tranche 2 will be committed at the sole discretion of the EBRD upon completion of a Feasibility Study for the respective region under the proposed tranche.
The Project supports essential modernization of Solid Waste ("SW") infrastructure in each of the five Project regions covering (i) reconstruction/construction of selected regional, sanitary landfills and (ii) procurement of bins and containers for recyclables and residual waste, transport vehicles and equipment.
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"Presveta Bogorodica" No. 3, 1000 Skopje North Macedonia
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