EU4Environment to help 15 Moldovan companies become greener – Apply until 20 July
July 14, 2021

EU4Environment to help 15 Moldovan companies become greener – Apply until 20 July


EU4Environment is looking for Small and Medium-Sized manufacturing enterprises (SMEs) in Moldova to become the Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) Demonstration Companies and participate in the implementation of the RECP methodology in their country.

At least 15 local (manufacturing) SMEs will be selected and supported in greening their businesses and improving the efficiency of their production during 2021-2022. The focus of improvements for the selected companies will be in the fields of energy, use of raw materials and supplies, water efficiency, and waste management.

The selected companies will be provided with RECP in-plant-assessments and technical visits from the RECP experts. The in-plant assessment will follow a systematic analysis based on the RECP methodology to optimise the use of resources. This involves data analysis and assessing inefficiencies, technical, economic, and environmental evaluation of measures to reduce the negative environmental impact of the existing production practices. This also includes training activities for the companies’ staff, the provision of a technical report on the assessment findings and identified measures, and the monitoring of the implemented measures in the demonstration companies.

The deadline for applications is 20 July.

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