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"Волгоград-Экопресс". Информационный центр. The Role of Inter- Sectoral Partnerships in Development of Regional and Local PRTRs. Elena Vasileva , Volgograd- Ecopress Olga Speranskaya , Eco-Accord/IPEN Russia, Volgograd region. The Southern Industrial Zone of Volgograd, Russia.

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The role of inter sectoral partnerships in development of regional and local prtrs

"Волгоград-Экопресс"

Информационный центр

The Role of Inter-Sectoral Partnerships in Development of Regional and Local PRTRs

Elena Vasileva, Volgograd-Ecopress

Olga Speranskaya, Eco-Accord/IPEN

Russia, Volgograd region


The role of inter sectoral partnerships in development of regional and local prtrs

The Southern Industrial Zone of Volgograd, Russia

  • environmental emergency

  • wastewater collection/evaporation ponds of Khimpromand Kausticcompanies

  • wastewater collection ponds with their overall area of 160 km2 caused air, soil and groundwater pollution on the area of 720 km2

  • More that 50 chemicals compounds were identified in the pollution zone (chlorine, organofluorine compounds, phenols, arsenic, lead, vinyl chloride, etc.)


Industrial zone russia

Industrial Zone, Russia


Industrial facility russia

Industrial facility, Russia


Wastewater collection

Wastewater collection


Prtr pilot initiative in volgograd

PRTR pilot initiative in Volgograd

  • SAICM GPA: WORK AREAS ADDRESSING KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION

  • Develop a national PRTR/emission inventory design process involving affected and interested parties.


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PRTR pilot initiative in Volgograd

STAGES OF PRTR DEVELOPMENT

Step 1: establishment of a working group, incorporating:

  • non-governmental organisations;

  • representatives of governmental environmental authorities

  • industrial facilities

  • medical and technical research and education facilities

  • mass media outlets


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PRTR pilot initiative in Volgograd

Step 2: selection of a facility (criteria):

  • a major facility, with particularly hazardous toxic pollutants in its emissions and releases (the largest emissions/releases in qualitative and quantitative terms)

  • top managers of the facility are ready to implement a policy of open provision of information on its emissions and discharges

  • a well equipped analytical laboratory

  • active public involvement.


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PRTR pilot initiative in Volgograd

  • 18 enterprises (chemical, petrochemical, metallurgical, mechanical industry, housing and public utilities)

  • Toxic releases and emissions into water and air, waste

  • For reporting purposes, 32 chemicals were selected as the most relevant pollutants in the Southern Industrial Zone of Volgograd


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PRTR pilot initiative in Volgograd

  • ammonium nitrogen

  • nitrogen

  • aluminum

  • aniline salt

  • benzene

  • pH


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PRTR pilot initiative in Volgograd

  • suspended solid particles

  • vinylidene chloride

  • vinyl chloride

  • dichloroethane

  • ferriferrous

  • calcium

  • dimethylbenzene


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PRTR pilot initiative in Volgograd

  • methylene chloride

  • solid residue

  • synthetic surfactants

  • petrochemicals

  • nickel

  • nitrate ions

  • mercury


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PRTR pilot initiative in Volgograd

  • sulphate

  • sulphide

  • methylbenzene

  • trichlorethane

  • phenols


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PRTR pilot initiative in Volgograd

  • phosphates

  • phosphorous

  • fluorides

  • chlorine

  • chloride

  • chlorine methyl

  • chloroform


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PRTR pilot initiative in Volgograd

Step 4: software application with

information on:

  • sampling points

  • list of chemicals

  • emission limits for water, air and waste


Further steps

Further steps

  • Collect data and update the database

  • Access to computer

  • Dissemination of the system among other facilities

  • Planning transition from "end-of-the-pipe" control to control of a chemical's life cycle at the facility


Further steps1

Further steps

  • INCREASE THE NUMBER OF FACILITIES

  • IMPROVE THE REPORTING SYSTEM ON WASTE (types/components)

  • WORK WITH FACILITIES ON DATA INTERPRETATION

  • WORK WITH NGOs, CITIZENS AND MEDIA ON DATA INTERPRETATION


Further steps2

Further steps

  • development of PRTRs at local and regional levels is the most optimal way for introduction of a system of environmental reporting inRussia.

  • Stakeholder participation: NGOs, facilities, media

  • develop PRTRs at the base of governmental environmental enforcement bodies or at the base of major industrial facilities-polluters


Volgograd project follow up

Volgograd Project follow up:

Virtual NGO Forum on PRTR development – coordinated by GreenwomenNGO (Kazakhstan), Eco-Accord (Russia) with financial support from UNITAR


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