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Design and execution of a comprehensive PCB Management Plan for Kazakhstan. IPEN Global Assembly 19 October 2010. General information. Implementing agency: UNDP-Kazakhstan Project duration: 5 years Project implementation modality – NEX - Ministry of Environmental Protection -

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Design and execution of a comprehensive PCB Management Plan for Kazakhstan

IPEN Global Assembly

19 October2010


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General information for Kazakhstan

  • Implementing agency: UNDP-Kazakhstan

  • Project duration: 5 years

  • Project implementation modality – NEX - Ministry of Environmental Protection -

  • Office location: Astana

  • GEF grant: USD 3,300,000


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Project Management for Kazakhstan

Steering Committee

Beneficiary

Ministry of Environmental Protection

Chairman

National Director

UNDP

Quality Assurance

UNDP

GEF National coordinator (MoEP)

National project manager

Project team

Project Assistant

Experts

Consultants


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Project financing for Kazakhstan

  • Financial contribution :

  • In-kind contribution : US$ 10,901,356

    - Government of Kazakhstan

  • Total project budget: US$ 20,834,680


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Project Objective: for Kazakhstan

Ensure minimization of PCB releases and subsequent health and environmental impacts through systematic capacity development for sound PCB management in the country


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Facts and figures for Kazakhstan

  • Production of PCB capacitors until 1989

  • 4 PCB hotspots

    • Ust-Kamenogorsk storage pond

    • Ust-Kamenogorsk capacitor plant

    • Ekibastuz power sub-station

    • Dariyal-U former military base

  • 116 pure PCB transformers (~ 950 tons)

  • 56 000 PCB capacitors (~ 2,500 tons)

  • 225,000 tons of highly PCB contaminated soil


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PCB equipment map of Kazakhstan for Kazakhstan

PCBcapacitors

PCB capacitor batteries

PCB transformers


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Project Outcomes for Kazakhstan

Outcome 1 - Regulatory and administrative strengthening for sound PCB management

Outcome 2 - Capacity building for sound PCB management, identification of additional PCB sources

Outcome 3 - Disconnecting, dismantling and disposal of 850 tons of PCB transformers (in partnership with ArcelorMittal Temirtau)

Outcome 4: Regionally organized secure storages and disposal of PCB capacitors


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Regulatory and administrative strengthening for sound PCB management

  • Output 1.1: Environmental Code and other PCB related legislation reviewed, changes developed. Environmental Code revised to include a chapter on PCB management and disposal.

  • Output 1.2: Responsibili­ties vis-a-vis International Chemicals´ Conven­tions in the government re-aligned

  • Output 1.3: Detailed PCB rules, guidelines, incentive sche­mes developed

  • Output 1.4: Capacity for implementing and knowledge of PCB regulations and guidance among public sector actors, including training of customs department in PCB identification, enhanced.

  • Output 1.5: Awareness raising campaigns on PCB risks and regulatory requirements among authorities and wider public conducted.


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National PCB Management Plan Framework management

“PCB Manual”

“PCB

Action Plan”

National Chemical Safety Policy

A. PCB Management Guidelines

  • C. Action Plan 2011-2015

  • Objectives & Targets

  • Components/Outcomes (e.g. Inventory Plan)

  • Stakeholders/Partners

  • KPIs/deliverables

  • D. Budget Program 2011-2015

  • National level (Government)

  • Regional level (local authorities)

  • Local level (PCB holders)

  • B. PCB Regulations

  • Rules of PCB inventory (2010)

  • Stocktaking and monitoring rules (2011)

  • Rules of PCB equipment phase-out (2011)

  • Technical requirements for temporary PCB/HW storage facilities (2011)

  • Rules of packaging, labeling and transportation of PCB (2011)

  • Technical requirements for incineration of hazardous waste (2011-2012)

  • Others (?) – 2012-2015

E. Monitoring and Evaluation Plan 2011-2015


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Other key elements of PCB Management Plan management

  • Stakeholder Engagement Strategy

  • Communication Strategy

  • PCB Information Management Systems:

    • Web site

    • Databases

    • GIS-based Information Management System.

      2010 – 2011: design and development phase

  • 2010 – design (regulation)

  • 2011 – planning (management system)

  • + inventory (initial phase)


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Capacity building for sound PCB management, identification of additional PCB sources

  • Output 2.1: Improved capacities of PCB holders for sound PCB management

  • Output 2.2: PCB holder-wise management and replacement plans

  • Output 2.3: PCB inventory expanded and updated

  • Output 2.4: Enhanced PCB analysis preparedness at State Hydro-meteorological services and Ministry of Health laboratories

  • Output 2.5: Risk based priority setting tools for PCBs management initiatives developed..


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Key indicators of additional PCB sources

  • National Inventory Plan 2011-2015

    • Setting clear targets for closed and open systems

    • Setting deadlines for large companies, small and medium size companies, municipalities

  • PCB Management Plans for 20 companies - first 3 years

  • Accreditation of reference POPs laboratory

  • Training and awareness raising plan 2011-2015 (PCB MP)


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Replacement, setting-up safe dismantling of 850 tons of PCB transformers and their safe disposal

  • Output 3.1: Phase-out and procurement of replacement transformers planned and scheduled

  • Output 3.2: Transformers disconnected, drained, dismantled and cleaned, metals recycled

  • Output 3.3: Disposal of oils and associated waste


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Regionally organized secure storages and disposal of PCB capacitors

  • Output 4.1: Secure, temporary PCB storage facilities identified, constructed/upgraded

  • Output 4.2: Safe operation of storage sites secured

  • Output 4.3: PCB collection and disposal put in place and implemented

  • Output 4.4: 15,000 PCB capacitors at Darial-U capacitor site disconnected, packed and stored.

  • Output 4.5: Clean-up premises and pack all potentially PCB contami­nated wastes.

  • Output 4.6: Transportation and disposal of approxima­te­ly 600 tons of PCBs and associated waste disposed.


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Working area Freely accessible area

10 m

21, 32 m

Temporary storage

Scale

Driveway

8, 2 m2

Transformer draining area

Input area

Output area

5,1 m2

10,1 m2

2 x 20 m3

12,1 m2

Crane

Crane

PCB oil tank

Capacitor draining area

14,4 m

6,2 m2

Material sluice

Personnel sluice

Transformer draining area

10,2 m2

Storage for materials / tools

16,1 m2

5, 2 m2

Air outlet

3,1 m2

Forklift

Emergency exit

Entrance

Key indicators

  • Disposal of Dariayl-U 6,000 capacitors (~200 t)

  • Establishment of 3 storage facilities for PCB waste (capacitors, transformers)

  • 200 tof additional PCB waste collected and disposed

  • Design of transportation scheme (inside Kazakhstan, transportation routes to EU region and from Central Asian countries) – PCB MP

  • Dariyal-U clean-up project developed


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Thank you for attention Freely accessible area!


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