To all our Partners in the Municipalities, Public Institutions, and Ministries;
To the Employees at the Swedish Embassy, SIDA and other Donor Organisations,
To Service and Equipment Providers, as well as Visitors at our Workshops and at our Office, etc.
Thank you for your cooperation in 2014, We wish everyone a bright and happy New Year.
Gunnar Linder, Mikael Boldt,
The Office is closed from 19th December 2014 until 5th January 2015
Tuesday 9 December 2014
More than 120 colleges from our 44 partner municipalities was gathered to evaluate the activities during the past 5 years.
At Hotel Hollywood, Ilidza – Sarajevo
10. December 2014
10:00 -15:00 h
The conference is open for everyone dealing with solid waste management, from public administrations, private and public enterprises, students from engineering high schools and universities, as well as NGO’s and consulting companies.
This conference is a part of the Municipal Programme for Solid Waste Management in BiH, supported by the Swedish Government. The conference is planned together with BASWA and the Associations of Cities and Municipalities in RS and FBiH
In connection with the conference, a group of equipment providers are arranging a small exhibition presenting their companies and products.
Participation fee is 50KM per person. The participation fee will cover refreshments and lunch during the conference as well as handout notes from the presentations.
Pre-registration is not mandatory, but in order to facilitate the administration of the conference, one can express their interest by email: email@example.com and indicate whether printed matters is preferred in English or local language.
At Hotel Hollywood, Ilidza – Sarajevo
9. December 2014
11:00 -15:00 h
The Conclusion Workshop is for all participants and Mayors from the municipalities, who have been a part of the Municipal Programme for Solid Waste Management in BiH, supported by the Swedish Government.
Today September 11th 2014. eleven municipalities from Sarajevo surroundings signed contracts with the providers of various waste management equipment under the Swedish Government supported Municipal Programme for solid waste management in BiH which has the value of 952,000 Euros and is aimed at improving waste management in their municipalities.
The Solid Waste Management (SWM) Programme, supported by Sweden, was launched in February 2010. The goal is to improve the quality and availability of solid waste services in selected municipalities, and thereby contribute to integrated solid waste management in the country. The total budget for the programme is 10 Million Euros and the Programme has almost reached the 5th year of its duration.
The municipalities that signed contracts today with the provider are 6 from F BiH, namely Breza, Fojnica, Ilijas, Kiseljak, Kresevo and Vares, and 5 from RS: Istocna Ilidza, Istocno Novo Sarajevo, Istocni Stari Grad, Pale and Trnovo. During 2013 these municipalities participated in a comprehensive capacity building programme and prepared municipal waste management plans to be implemented during the coming years. With Swedish support, more than 16,225 households will have improved waste collection system, and the collected waste will be disposed of at regional sanitary landfills. To accomplish these intentions, the municipalities now signed contracts for supply of waste collection trucks, waste containers and bins.
In total 44 municipalities and 6 regions are engaged in the programme in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
On June 25th 2014 The last workshop for the participants in region 6 was held at Hotel Sarajevo.
Here are the handout notes:
2014-05-22 SEM Retrospect Region 6 Final WS
2014-06-24 SEM bih The Future MB
On 2nd of June 2014 representatives from cantons, entities and national ministries met to discuss waste management.
On the agenda was also a proposal for a regional Waste Treatment Centre for 20 municipalities in, and around, Sarajevo.
Handout notes from the discussion:
Vlasic june 2014 Djordje
Establishing of a regional waste treatment center bih
2014-03-16 updated Regional center for waste treatment BiH languages
2014-03-16 Updated Plan for WM in wider Sarajevo eng