The purpose of this PPTA is to thoroughly test and prepare, through the Investment Program, establishment of modern SWM systems and remediation of old 'truck and dump' practices in uzbekistan cities and regions, which is poised with challenges. The majority of municipal SW stream in Uzbekistan is not segregated, it is poorly colected, and often simply ilegally dumped to inappropriate sites. Hence, technical, economic and financial feasibility will focus on testing least cost technical solutions based on international standards , which operate on the principles of waste minimization and material recycling. Such systems will be also structured to achieve efficient collection, transfer and disposal of residual waste that meet acceptable standards of environmental protection. Finally, the PPTA will ensure completion of safeguards assessments and project readiness.
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