Strengthening CBRN Waste Management Capabilities in South-East and Eastern European Countries

Project 67 is implemented to support the partner countries of South-East and Eastern Europe (SEEE), namely Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, and Ukraine.  

 

This project is funded by the European Union and is delivered on behalf of the EU CBRN Centres of Excellence by a diverse and highly experienced European consortium, led by Sustainable Criminal Justice Solutions Europe (SCJS, Belgium). 

The overall long-term objective of the project is to strengthen and harmonise regulatory frameworks of CBRN Waste Management  (WM) capabilities in SEEE region partner countries. This will ensure:

 

1) The implementation of qualified regulations,

2) An inventory of hazardous CBRN sources and waste,

3) The safe and secure collection, transportation, separation, processing, storage and disposal of hazardous CBRN waste. These materials may have originated from local industries, historical industrial sites, agriculture, mining, warehouses, laboratories, health care system, former military installation, former and illegal waste dumping sites and inadequate waste disposal facilities and sites.

The Project Implementation Consortium:
In addition to local experts in the SEEE region, project activities will be delivered by the following consortium partner organisations:
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CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY, UK

INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE (ISEMI), SLOVAKIA

THE NUCLEAR AND DECOMMISSIONING COMPANY (JADROVÁ A VYRAD’OVACIA SPOLOČNOST’, A.S. - JAVYS), SLOVAKIA

THE MILITARY INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY AND RADIOMETRY (MICHR), POLAND

PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND (PHE), UK

 

SUSTAINABLE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SOLUTIONS EUROPE (SCJS), BELGIUM

THE VERIFICATION, RESEARCH, TRAINING AND INFORMATION CENTRE (VERTIC), UK

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