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The project was developed and implemented by the Union of
Chambers of Turkish Engineers and Architects (UCTEA), Chamber
of Environmental Engineers (CEE) and financially supported by
the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).

The aim and the scope of the Project were:

(1) training all levels of personnel of municipalities in basic


integrated and preventive environmental management strategies
by organizing workshops about preventative environmental
management,
(2) informing the municipalities about different environmental
technologies,
(3) establishing a base for local environmental protection
strategies and public participation and auditing, and
(4) providing a framework for the development of municipal
policies and actions on the environment.

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Œithin the first phase activities of the project, the workshops
were implemented with a high level of success in İçel, Denizli,
Van, Eskişehir, Diyarbakır and Samsun. Furthermore, a
Handbook was published in Turkish distributed to all the project
workshop participants as well as the interested individuals and
institutions free of charge.

The contents of the Handbook included the subjects covered in


the workshops and was prepared by an experienced team of
university faculty members and experts.

The workshops provided well over a thousand participants with


basic training on the fundamentals of pollution prevention
concept and its applications in different local government
operations.

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The workshops and the Handbook covered the following topics:

¥ pollution prevention opportunities in local government


operations (pollution prevention and compliance assistance,
purchasing practices encouraging regulatory compliance and
pollution prevention, construction/property management,
pesticide/vector management, public safety, solid waste
management, wastewater management, water resources
management, water supply, and vehicle/equipment maintenance)
¥ preventive municipal environmental management and public
health
¥ overview of applicable laws and regulations
¥ case studies for preventive municipal environmental
management
¥ selected national and international resources for preventive
municipal environmental management studies
¥ opportunities for public participation and auditing in preventive
municipal environmental management

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The project was implemented by the UCTEA,Chamber of
Environmental Engineers (CEE) and Sustainable Business
Associates (Switzerland) and financially supported by the Swiss
Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). The aim of the
Project was to:

r`ntroduce the concepts of ³preventive environmental


management or ³eco-management´ to Turkish industry at SME
level.
rLay down a foundation for launching wider efforts in the area
of industrial eco-efficiency
r`ntroduce practical environmental management tools related to
µgood housekeeping¶ that Turkish enterprises can use to minimise
waste, conserve water, save energy, prevent pollution, and
improve organisational procedures;
rPromote a broad dissemination and application of these
principles and tools.
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HOB Paint and Modifying Raw `nvestment cost: 50 USD The reuse of the spilled raw
Chemicals `ndustry Material Transfer Annual saving: 3000 USD material avoided 2.5
`nc., Gebze, Turkey Method `mmediate payback ton/year of waste discharge
and related pollution.

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The aim of this study was to conduct a cleaner production


assessment (CPA) for a market milk production facility to identify the
opportunities of CP, corresponding environmental and economical
benefits.

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reorganizing different manuals and checklists (UNEP, DEPA, EPA, SBA,
NYSDEC) developed by several leading institutions in the field of CP.

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The objective of this study was to apply Cleaner Production concepts to


a Turkish pulp and paper mill to introduce the concept as well as to
provide a framework to future initiatives.
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Under the management of Prof.Dr. Ülkü Yetiş of Dept. of
Environmental Engineering, METU, this project aimed to implement
the `PPC Directive for a major textile plant, as the first time in the
country.

This project had investigated the applicability of BATs for textile


mill investigated. As a part of this project, many pollution
prevention opportunities were also evaluated such as:

ö Œater use efficiency and recycling/reuse


ö Energy efficiency
ö Chemical substitution (or alternative chemical use)
ö Recycling and reuse of caustic

There has been major success in terms of pollution prevention,


water reuse, recycling, etc. among others.

Details of this project will be provided in two different


presentations during the Œorkshop.
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