According to the Bank's website, the project provides funding to the Ministry of Finance to finance the upgrading of the leachate system in the Tbilisi City's landfill.
The loan is an increase in financing under the existing project GrCF - Tbilisi Solid Waste Project. The key environmental and social risks identified under the existing project include emissions and ground water contamination, community and livelihood impacts, safety and security, waste management, impacts during constructions phase.
Borrower: Georgia, represented by the Ministry of Finance
Beneficiary: Tbilisi City
Implementing Agency: Tbilservice Group Ltd. (fully owned by Tbilisi City).
PROJECT CONTACT INFORMATION
995 577 262020
Tbilservice Group Ltd. 67 Kakheti Highway, 0182, Tbilisi, Georgia
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