• Legislative framework

    Legislative, regulatory and procedural framework, including the waste management.

  • Site remediation

    Facility hazardous waste and site remediation preparation.

  • On site training

    Hazardous waste management training for facilities and labs personnel.

  • Awareness & consultation

    Awareness raising on chemical and biological waste management, and technical consultation group.

Project expertiseMeet our team of experts

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  • Mr. Yaugen Ryzhykau

    Project Team Leader, technical activities and team coordination.                     
  • Mr. Leslaw Gorniak

    Waste management expert with Chemical waste management experience.
  • Mr. Marcin Niemcewicz

    Waste management expert with Biological waste management experience.

Project Abstract

The EU CBRN CoE Project 65 aims to strengthen existing chemical and biological waste management capabilities to ensure safe and secure collection, transportation, separation, processing, storage, disposal and inventory of hazardous CB waste originated by local industry (CB waste producers and CB waste management facilities), trade, agriculture, health care and past practices (dumping sites, historical industrial sites, former military bases etc.), as well as a consequence of emergency.

CABICHEM is funded by the European Union through its Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace and implemented to benefit the partner countries of the region of Central Asia, namely the Kyrgyz Republic, Mongolia, Pakistan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.

Project 65 seeks to support national and regional bodies involved in the waste management main issues as well as to assist countries in reviewing and evaluating their legislative provisions on the matter. The project aims further to raise awareness of the issues associated with chemical and biological waste management as well as to provide training activities, including the train-the-trainer approach also based on a tailored e-learning instrument.

The project is coordinated by Military Institute of Chemistry and Radiometry – MICHR from Poland, and will be implemented by Fondazione FORMIT, the Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie Molecolari – ISTM-CNR from Italy, the Military Institute of Hygiene & Epidemiology MIHE from Poland, the Fondazione Alessandro Volta – FAV from Italy. Local senior experts with experience in CBRN domain will be supporting the activities in the partner countries.