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China - Hebei Urban Environment Project (Inglês)

Ratings for the Hebei Urban Environment Project for China were as follows: outcomes were satisfactory, the risk to development outcome was low or negligible, Bank performance was satisfactory, and Borrower performance was highly satisfactory. Some lessons learned included: (i) policy dialogue with the Hebei Government on tariff reforms and improvement of operational efficiency at early stage of project preparation. This was intended to encourage incentives for resource conservation and to create a more reliable income stream; (ii) as an integral part of the project design substantial tariff adjustments were implemented during the preparation stage and prior to negotiation. In addition to that Bank and municipal governments agreed upfront on a schedule for tariff adjustments during the implementation of the project; and (iii) Industrial Pollution Control Action Plan (IPCAP) for each city outlining preliminary actions to reduce the scale of pollution loads from industrial sectors and in turn maximize expected environmental benefits from municipal investments.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2008/12/23

  • TIpo de documento

    Conclusão da Implementação e Relatórios sobre Resultados

  • No. do relatório

    ICR984

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    China,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2009/02/08

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    China - Hebei Urban Environment Project

  • Palavras-chave

    reduction of pollution load;quality of water supply;economic and financial analysis;debt service coverage covenant;access to urban service;water supply and sanitation;efficiency of service delivery;Economic Rate of Retum;Urban Development Sector Unit;scarcity value of water;water supply and sewerage;monitoring and evaluation system;waste water treatment plant;reliability of water supply;wastewater collection and treatment;expansion of water supply;Debt Service Coverage Ratio;municipal service providers;water supply component;sewage treatment plant;wastewater treatment plant;water and wastewater;water quality objective;raw water transmission;raw water intake;conventional activated sludge;utility company;municipal government;urban environmental service;water utility company;long-term economic growth;quality of supervision;safe water supply;consumption of electricity;water quality monitoring;ground water source;rates of return;financial reporting system;unaccounted for water;Water and Land;human resource planning;financial mis;tariff increase;reliable water supply;fiscal transfer mechanism;operations and maintenance;amount of loan;level of readiness;quality at entry;water supply system;water supply volume;demand side management;basic utility service;sustainable water resource;cost of capital;water supply capacity;outputs by components;cost recovery ratio;municipal wastewater management;central government agency;geographic information system;water and environment;water supply utility;pollution from industry;detailed engineering design;safe drinking water;small water utility;form of subsidies;Urban Water Supply;adequate safe water;reduction in pollution;source of pollution;pollution reduction efforts;surface water resource;urban environmental infrastructure;debt coverage ratio;large urban centers;reallocation of fund;impact of water;public water utility;human resource development;financial viability;financial covenant;industrial sector;sludge treatment;distribution network;environmental degradation;tariff adjustment;service company;institutional strengthening;project costing;financial reform;financial projection;water pollution;loan proceeds;safe environment;environmental benefit;wastewater component;pumping station;baseline information;treatment facilities;operational capacity;operational aspect;composting facilities;quantitative analysis;monitor performance;wastewater discharge;procurement method;organizational reform;Regulatory Bodies;regulatory body;concrete pipe;wastewater utility;urban wastewater;project approval;residual chlorine;pipe diameter;institutional autonomy;tariff revenue;stakeholder workshop;improved information;beneficiary survey;urban population;sludge disposal;savings initiative;energy recovery;construction activities;institutional change;future water;wastewater company;financial sustainability;adequate supply;industry sector;procurement process;water distribution;restructuring process;financial planning;nutrient removal;water pipe;operational wastewater;Proposed Investment;restructuring program;organizational development;enabling environment;regulatory authority;wastewater system;municipal company;cooling water;monitoring requirement;civil works;job opportunity;governmental agency;wastewater operation;city boundary;sludge management;treated water;positive impact;management capacity;Environmental Assessment;tariff calculation;Safeguard Policies;safeguard issue;procurement issue;fiduciary arrangement;innovative solution;Social Sciences;tariff reform;common problems;procurement activities;transition arrangement;treatment process;sector work;maintenance equipment;resolving problem;sewage pipe;targeted outcomes;local costs;Technology Transfer;Exchange Rates;cost-effective solution;institutional improvement;legislative process;management improvement;operational effectiveness;safeguard policy;municipal resource;income stream;operational efficiency;indicator value;external partner;public health;results framework

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