According to the EBRD, the investment will address the priority needs of Tbilisi City identified under the Green City Action Plan. The Project will finance the enhancement of the final capping layers and the installation of a landfill gas collection and treatment system at the Tbilisi Didi Lilo landfill.
The Project aims to contribute to an improved level of solid waste services and overall improved environment in Tbilisi. The Project will also bring landfill operations in line with the relevant EU standards.
As stated on the company's website, Tbilservice Group was established in 2007 by the Tbilisi Municipality and its share in the Company's capital is 100%. Legal status is defined by the Georgian law as – Limited Liability Company. In May 15, 2016 Three other legal entities (“Real Estate – Tbilisi”, “Tbilisi Parks” and “City of Light”) have been merged to the Tbilservice Group and their functions were added to the Company activities.
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Borrower - Ministry of Finance:
Address: 16 V. Gorgasali str., 0105 Tbilisi
Phone: +995 32 2 261 407
Implementing Agencies -
Tbilservice Group Ltd.:
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