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Moldova GEF Environmental Infrastructure Project. Pre-appraisal Debriefing February 1, 2007. Outline of Presentation. Project objectives The five feasibilities of the project Technical Economic Financial Institutional Socio-political Dissemination and replication Next Steps.

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moldova gef environmental infrastructure project

MoldovaGEF Environmental Infrastructure Project

Pre-appraisal Debriefing

February 1, 2007

outline of presentation

Outline of Presentation

Project objectives

The five feasibilities of the project

Technical

Economic

Financial

Institutional

Socio-political

Dissemination and replication

Next Steps

project objectives

Project Objectives

Treat the wastewater from Soroca

Reduce the nutrient load that now damages the Nistru and the Black Sea

Demonstrate low cost wastewater treatment and disseminate and replicate the experience elsewhere

the five feasibilities 1

The Five Feasibilities (1)

Technical feasibility exists because:

State of the art treatment technology –”constructed wetlands” or “Green Meadows” has been selected

Negligible energy consumption

Easy to operate and maintain

the five feasibilities 2

The Five Feasibilities (2)

Economic feasibility exists because:

Project is the least-cost alternative

Investment costs of US$ 3.0 million, or 60% of next best alternative

Operations and maintenance costs US$ 40,000, or 10% of next best alternative

Population willing to pay for O&M costs

the five feasibilities 3

The Five Feasibilities (3)

Financial feasibility exists because:

Project implementation is fully funded from GEF US$ 4.5 million, IDA/PWSSP US$ 1.0 million and Government of Moldova budget US$ 1.4 million (pending GEF ratification and Government commitment)

Operations and maintenance costs, equivalent to US$ 0.10 per cubic meter of wastewater. are affordable to population (pending grant agreement conditionality and compliance)

the five feasibilities 4

The Five Feasibilities (4)

Institutional feasibility exists because:

Project implementation can be efficiently managed by the PWSSP PIU attached to ACTD and Soroca apa canal

Operations and maintenance are easy and managable by Soroca apa canal

the five feasibilities 5

The Five Feasibilities (5)

Socio-political feasibility exists because:

Government will comply with international treaty with Ukraine to reduce pollution of Nistru river

Soroca population attaches priority to treating its wastewater

dissemination and replication

Dissemination and replication

There are 100 existing wastewater treatment plant in Moldova but only four meet effluent standards

The “Green Meadows” technology is affordable, robust to operate, and easily replicable

Conference center at “Green Meadows” plant for international workshops

next steps

Next Steps

Finalization of pre-appraisal with possible upgrade to appraisal pending Government confirmation of counterpart financing

Negotiations possible in early March 2007

Board presentation in May 2007

Project implementation to begin in second half of 2007

Project operations to start in early 2010