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Georgia - Sustainable Wastewater Management (English)


  • Author

    IEG Review Team

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  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion Report Review

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  • Volume No


  • Total Volume(s)


  • Country


  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date


  • Disclosure Status


  • Doc Name

    Georgia - Sustainable Wastewater Management

  • Keywords

    Environmental and Social Management Plan; waste water management strategy; people in urban area; Occupational health and safety; waste water treatment plant; drinking water management; Regional and Municipal Infrastructure; Management of Natural Resources; monitoring and evaluation design; number of beneficiaries; wastewater treatment service; wastewater treatment plant; dispute resolution mechanism; theory of change; water demand management; water and wastewater; international good practice; wastewater treatment infrastructure; standard operating procedure; improving water service; adverse environmental impact; other safeguard policies; financial management arrangement; operations and maintenance; cost recovery ratio; quality of wastewater; institutional capacity building; public service delivery; tariffs for water; waste treatment plants; combination of factor; public health risk; wastewater treatment capacity; net present value; Value for Money; quality and quantity; surface water body; reuse of water; resettlement action plan; loss of income; wastewater management; sewer network; outcome targets; wastewater service; pollution load; wastewater sector; trickling filters; sludge management; construction permit; institutional strengthening; sludge disposal; involuntary resettlement; construction work; Environmental Assessment; results framework; sludge removal; discharge standard; financial statement; receiving water; suspended solid; discount rate; causal link; environmental safeguard; primary sedimentation; effluent discharge; notification requirement; job training; untreated water; primary reason; wastewater discharge; low achievement; activated sludge; project datum; environmental soundness; sustainable management; procurement performance; environmental approval; national service; seasonal condition; receiving bodies; untreated waste; medium-size city; communal services; tariff increase; safeguard policy; construction site; construction phase; site visits; construction delay; result indicator; biochemical indicator; standard indicator; intermediate indicator; monitoring progress; clear definition; entry rate; local resident; environmental mitigation; environmental permit; productive asset; several countries; water purification; water flow; political risk; temporary job; local personnel; operational issues; project approval; procurement process; financial policies; project costing; benefit approach; government subsidy; government commitment; regulatory issue; environment risk; financial sustainability; mitigation measure; project risk; Public Services; treatment facilities; treating wastewater; Capital Investments; management capacity; sewerage collection; reform policy; government strategy; raise funds; best practice; outcome indicator; investment grant; collected waste; urban population; inclusive growth; infrastructure service; project financing; nutrient removal; basic infrastructure; reform elements; engineering design; construction supervision



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IEG Review Team

Georgia - Sustainable Wastewater Management (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.