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Priority Environmental Investment Programme (PEIP) 28 November, 2008 Brussels, Belgium Murat İlbars Deputy Director, IPA Coordination and Implementation.

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1 Priority Environmental Investment Programme (PEIP) 28 November, 2008 Brussels, Belgium Murat İlbars Deputy Director, IPA Coordination and Implementation Center Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

2 2 Contents Background Strategic Planning Documents Environment Operation Programme Challanges Prospects Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

3 3 Background Environmental Heavy Cost Investments Planning Project (EHCIP) (Nov – Nov. 2005): Long list of the projects collected through questionnaires 2 widely participated workshops (April 2004 and June 2005) from all the relevant stakeholders including governmental organizations, NGOs, universities, municipalities "Project Ranking Methodology“ and "Project Prioritization Manual“ were identified. Screening and ranking of the projects Selection of the 6 demonstrative investment projects (solid waste, waste water, air quality) under EHCIP Project Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

4 4 Background The six highest ranked projects 1.Karabük AQ Management Project 2.Nevşehir WWTP project (2006 Program) 3.Tokat WWTP project (2006 Program) 4.Çanakkale SWM Project (2005 Program) 5.Kuşadası SWM Project (2005 Program) 6.Dilovası Industrial Pollution Control Project Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

5 5 Background Solid Waste Kuşadası Çanakkale Kütahya Amasya Bitlis Total Budget=83 M€ Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

6 6 Background Wastewater Treatment Plants 2006 Nevşehir Tokat Total Budget=20 M€ Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

7 7 Background New Prioritization Study ( ): Questionnaires were sent to 450 municipalities over populations (census 2000) and about 300 applications were received. Complementary data from İller Bank, TurkStat, SPO, DSI, Treasury. The same screening and ranking criteria as defined by EHCIP Project. After the screening, the national prioritized pipeline is composed of totally 131 projects; –wastewater - 61 projects –solid waste - 52 projects –drinking water - 18 projects The final pipeline is published at the website Project Selection and Prioritisation-PEPA Projects above 10 Million € Projects in accordance with EU Environmental Acquis Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

8 8 Strategic Planning Documents EU Integrated Compliance Strategy ( ) National Waste Management Plan Environmental Operational Programme ( ) Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

9 EU INTEGRATED COMPLIANCE SATRATEGY Landfill directive 7,574 Incineration 1,257 Hazardous waste 74 Packaging 655 TOTAL ( )9,560 Investment need for the period of (Million EUR) 9 Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

10 NATIONAL WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN Investment Need (2007 – 2012) (Millon EUR) TOTAL LANDFILL PACKAGING20541 OTHER TOTAL Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

11 11 Environment Operational Programme Co-financing of the project: IPA grant (max. 75% of the total public expenditure) + National co-financing (remaining) National co-financing: Grant + Loan Under the Coordination of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, IPA Component III (MoEF) Technical Assistance Projects are being undertaken to prepare IPA investment packages for the projects in the indicative list of OP-Environment. Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

12 12 Environment Operational Programme 26 Major Projects: 4 DW + 12 WW + 10 ISWM Projects (above €10 million) listed in the indicative pipeline, additional projects may be included Preperation of Infrastructure Projects Solid waste : Balıkesir, Çorum, Konya, Kayseri, Ereğli, Artvin- Rize (ca. 120 million € total cost) Drinking Water: Akçaabat, Bulancak, Doğubeyazıt, Erciş, Erzincan, Manavgat, Nizip,Silvan(ca. 180 million €total cost) Waste Water: Ordu, Turhal, Sorgun, Kars, Palu-Kovancılar, Adıyaman, Aksaray, Akşehir, Bartın, Ceyhan, Çarşamba, Diyarbakır, Erdemli, Erzurum, Lüleburgaz, Merzifon, Polatlı, Seydişehir, Siverek, Soma(ca. 450 million €total cost) Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

13 13 Environment Operational Programme EOP sets the Program Strategy and Financial Plan for environment sector under IPA Program for Period. Adopted on 27 November 2007 for years priority axes: (1) Improved delivery of drinking water and waste water services (2) Improved integrated solid waste management (3) Technical Assistance Financial allocation (M €): Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry PriorityEU IPANational Co-financing Total Public expenditure (1)134,344,8179,1 (2)57,619,276,7 (3)12,34,016,3 Total204,168,0272,1

14 14 EOP – INDICATIVE LIST OF MAJOR PROJECTS # of Projects (>10 MEUR) Indicative Budget (MEUR) Solid Waste Management Wastewater Management Water Supply TOTAL

15 15 Environment Operational Programme Priority 1 - Improved water supply, sewerage and wastewater treatment services Investment targeting drinking water supply and treatment, sewage and wastewater treatment Technical Assistance helping to fund project preparation, supervision, implementation and capacity building for future operation of assets (incl. Institutional setup) Integrated water management approach supported The expenditure becomes eligible after signature of the Financing Agreement of the relevant OP and the adoption of the Commission Decision; whichever is the later Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

16 16 Environment Operational Programme Present situation 2 years since the start of the programming period and 1 year after the adoption of the Programme Pre-requisites for eligibility of expenditure; the Conferral of management powers decided by the Commission and signed Financing agreement delayed. Major projects (as subjects to the appraisal and approval by the Commission) are delayed. 2 out of 26 projects were submitted in Time needed to start the implementation (tendering/contracting, preparation of designs, etc...) N+3 – disbursement rule of the Commission Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

17 17 Challanges Accreditation Staffing and administrative capacity Strategic sector approach / Project Pipeline Enhance capacity to prepare, implement and monitor projects Project land problems. (Land Ownership, Resident Objection, Expropriation). Limited IPA funds Slow Implemantation Cooperation with IFIs Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

18 18 Prospects Extension of EOP for period Co-financing: Grant from Ministry of Environment and Forestry Building on experience on administrative and technical level in terms of training of national and local experts. Establishment of Union bodies for environmental services. Increasing implementation of polluter pays principle. Completion of the accreditation process and signing of Financial Memorandum. Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

19 19 Contacts and Information Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry Ministry of Environment and Forestry Counterparts Sedat KADIOĞLUDeputy Undersecretary and Head of Operating Structure N. Ercan TORTOPDirector of IPA Coordination and Implementation Center Websites

20 Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry Thank you for your attention


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