Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) Clubs Certificate Award Ceremony in Georgia, 28.10.21

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U4Environment introduces the Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) Clubs in Georgia, and recognizes the achievements of its member enterprises.

The RECP Clubs Certificate Award Ceremony took place on 28 October 2021.

The purpose of the event was to demonstrate UNIDO’s commitment to scale up the Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) in Georgia by showcasing the role and impact of RECP Clubs in the country (groups of various manufacturing enterprises co-located in different regions). The RECP Clubs bring together small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and take them jointly through an intensive training and coaching programme, resulting in a customized RECP action plan developed by each company upon the completion of the Clubs’ activities. The coaching in the RECP methodology is conducted over a period of four months.

In Georgia, the Club training modules were organized in the following thematic areas: business environmental profile, energy, water and wastewater, materials and waste, chemicals and chemical waste. Afterwards, the RECP action plan was developed by the SMEs, with the support of the RECP experts. The identified measures will support the Club member companies to save energy, water and materials, reduce their negative impact on the environment and human health, increase profit, improve compliance with the Georgian environmental legislation, and increase their access to financial resources in order to invest in cleaner technologies. Upon the completion of the training programme and the submission of the RECP action plans, each Club member is awarded with a certificate, attesting its participation and contribution within the RECP Clubs programme.

Event objectives

The event focused on the following key objectives:

  • Raising awareness among participants and key stakeholders on the “Circular Economy and New Growth Opportunities” Component of the “EU4Environment” Action in Georgia, and discussion of the achieved progress
  • Presenting the achievements and plans for implementing the project components since 2020
  • Awarding certificates to the participants of the RECP Clubs established in 2020-2021

Participants

The event was open to all stakeholders interested in the issues related to green economy, circular economy, resource efficient and cleaner production, industrial development, and environmental protection. The event participants included: RECP Club 2020 and RECP Club 2021 member companies, RECP Experts and participants of RECP training programme, representatives from the companies engaged in the project, representatives of RECP Clubs established under EaP GREEN programme.

Meeting documents

Agenda

Event materials

Coaching Workshop for Resource-Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) RECP Club 2021 (#2) Module 6: Action Planning, 15.04.21

Events, RECP clubs

Module 6 – Action Planning is focuses on bringing together resources efficient and cleaner production options from different topics into an integrated approach for enterprise with short, medium and longer-term goals and actions and appraising these in both physical units (kWh, ton, m3, etc) as well as their monetary value.

Initially, participants of the RECP Programme were provided much guidance and support. To provide those, various activities were implemented in close contact with the RECP Clubs’ Facilitator and the club member SMEs. The club’s member SMEs were trained using the different tools (presentations, templates, worksheets, etc.). At the end of the Programme period, the trainees are able to develop an RECP action plan and implement it as a result of full-scale RECP assessment by themselves.

The training participants are representatives of local Municipalities hosting the Clubs and the club member SMEs. The Club meetings are prepared with support of  National Implementing partner (NIP) the Energy Efficiency Centre of Georgia (EECG) leading the training and conducted by the national RECP Clubs’ facilitator who is an expert on RECP.

Registration

The tentative number of participants for every workshop is about 15 persons.

https://zoom.us/j/92459825216?pwd=ZE1LUlpVNk95WE11NndoSmJiNVRodz09

Meeting ID: 924 5982 5216
Passcode: 502276

Event material

Coaching Workshop for Resource-Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) RECP Club 2020 (#1) Module 6: Action Planning, 13.04.21

Events, RECP clubs

Module 6 – Action Planning is focuses on bringing together resources efficient and cleaner production options from different topics into an integrated approach for enterprise with short, medium and longer-term goals and actions and appraising these in both physical units (kWh, ton, m3, etc) as well as their monetary value.

Initially, participants of the RECP Programme were provided much guidance and support. To provide those, various activities were implemented in close contact with the RECP Clubs’ Facilitator and the club member SMEs. The club’s member SMEs were trained using the different tools (presentations, templates, worksheets, etc.). At the end of the Programme period, the trainees are able to develop an RECP action plan and implement it as a result of full-scale RECP assessment by themselves.

The training participants are representatives of local Municipalities hosting the Clubs and the club member SMEs. The Club meetings are prepared with support of  National Implementing partner (NIP) the Energy Efficiency Centre of Georgia (EECG) leading the training and conducted by the national RECP Clubs’ facilitator who is an expert on RECP.

 

Event materials

Coaching Workshop for Resource-Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) RECP Club 2021 (#2) Module 5: Chemicals, Hazardous Waste & Emissions , 25.03.21

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Module 5 – Chemicals, Hazardous Waste and Emissions focuses on understanding main chemical flows in enterprise and associated hazardous waste streams and emissions, developing chemicals efficiency and hazardous waste reduction options and appraising these in both physical units (kg, ton, m3, etc) as well as their monetary value.

Initially, participants of the RECP Programme will be provided much guidance and support. To provide those, various activities will be implemented in close contact with the RECP Clubs’ Facilitator and the club member SMEs. The club’s member SMEs will be trained using the different tools (presentations, templates, worksheets, etc.). At the end of the Programme period, the trainees will be able to develop an RECP action plan and implement it as a result of full-scale RECP assessment by themselves.

The training participants are representatives of local Municipalities hosting the Clubs and the club member SMEs. The Club meetings are prepared with support of  National Implementing partner (NIP) the Energy Efficiency Centre of Georgia (EECG) leading the training and conducted by the national RECP Clubs’ facilitator who is an expert on RECP.

Event materials

Coaching Workshop for Resource-Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) RECP Club 2020 (#1), 12.03.21

Events, RECP clubs

Module 5: Chemicals, Hazardous Waste & Emissions

Module 5 – Chemicals, Hazardous Waste and Emissions focuses on understanding main chemical flows in enterprise and associated hazardous waste streams and emissions, developing chemicals efficiency and hazardous waste reduction options and appraising these in both physical units (kg, ton, m3, etc) as well as their monetary value.

Initially, participants of the RECP Programme will be provided much guidance and support. To provide those, various activities will be implemented in close contact with the RECP Clubs’ Facilitator and the club member SMEs. The club’s member SMEs will be trained using the different tools (presentations, templates, worksheets, etc.). At the end of the Programme period, the trainees will be able to develop an RECP action plan and implement it as a result of full-scale RECP assessment by themselves.

Participants

The training participants are representatives of local Municipalities hosting the Clubs and the club member SMEs. The Club meetings are prepared with support of  National Implementing partner (NIP) the Energy Efficiency Centre of Georgia (EECG) leading the training and conducted by the national RECP Clubs’ facilitator who is an expert on RECP.

Event Materials

Coaching Workshop for Resource-Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) RECP Club 2021 (#2) Module 3: Water & Waste-Water, 24.02.21

Events, RECP clubs

Module 3 – Water and Waste Water focuses on understanding the main water flows in the enterprise and associated wastewater streams and developing water efficiency and effluent reduction options and appraising these in both physical units (liter, m3, etc) as well as their monetary value.

Initially, participants of the RECP Programme will be provided much guidance and support. To provide those, various activities will be implemented in close contact with the RECP Clubs’ Facilitator and the club member SMEs. The club’s member SMEs will be trained using the different tools (presentations, templates, worksheets, etc.). At the end of the Programme period, the trainees will be able to develop an RECP action plan and implement it as a result of full-scale RECP assessment by themselves.

The training participants are representatives of local Municipalities hosting the Clubs and the club member SMEs. The Club meetings are prepared with support of  National Implementing partner (NIP) the Energy Efficiency Centre of Georgia (EECG) leading the training and conducted by the national RECP Clubs’ facilitator who is an expert on RECP.

 

Event Materials

Coaching Workshop for Resource-Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) RECP Club #1, Module 4: Materials & Waste, 25.02.21

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Start: 11:00 (GMT+4)

End:   14:00 (GMT+4)

Module 4 – Materials and Waste focuses on understanding main material flows in enterprise and associated waste streams and developing materials efficiency and waste reduction options and appraising these in both physical units (kg, ton, m3, etc) as well as their monetary value.

The training participants are representatives of local Municipalities hosting the Clubs and the club member SMEs. The Club meetings are prepared with support of  National Implementing partner (NIP) the Energy Efficiency Centre of Georgia (EECG) leading the training and conducted by the national RECP Clubs’ facilitator who is an expert on RECP.

 

Event Materials

RECP Club #1 Meeting Module 3: Water and Waste Water, 12.02.21

Events, RECP clubs

Module 3 – Water and Waste Water focuses on understanding the main water flows in the enterprise and associated wastewater streams and developing water efficiency and effluent reduction options and appraising these in both physical units (liter, m3, etc) as well as their monetary value.

Initially, participants of the RECP Programme will be provided much guidance and support. To provide those, various activities will be implemented in close contact with the RECP Clubs’ Facilitator and the club member SMEs. The club’s member SMEs will be trained using the different tools (presentations, templates, worksheets, etc.). At the end of the Programme period, the trainees will be able to develop an RECP action plan and implement it as a result of full-scale RECP assessment by themselves.

Event Materials

RECP Club 2, Meeting Module 2: Energy, 11.02.21

Events, RECP clubs

Module 2 – Energy focuses on understanding the energy use in the enterprise and developing energy efficiency options for processes, utility systems and buildings management and appraising these in both physical units (kWh, m3, etc) as well as their monetary value.

The training participants are representatives of local Municipalities hosting the Clubs and the club member SMEs. The Club meetings are prepared with support of  National Implementing partner (NIP) the Energy Efficiency Centre of Georgia (EECG) leading the training and conducted by the national RECP Clubs’ facilitator who is an expert on RECP.

Event Materials

RECP Club 1 Meeting Module 2: Energy, 27.01.21

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Module 2 – Energy focuses on understanding the energy use in the enterprise and developing energy efficiency options for processes, utility systems and buildings management and appraising these in both physical units (kWh, m3, etc) as well as their monetary value.

Initially, participants of the RECP Programme will be provided much guidance and support. To provide those, various activities will be implemented in close contact with the RECP Clubs’ Facilitator and the club member SMEs. The club’s member SMEs will be trained using the different tools (presentations, templates, worksheets, etc.). At the end of the Programme period, the trainees will be able to develop an RECP action plan and implement it as a result of full-scale RECP assessment by themselves.

The training participants are representatives of local Municipalities hosting the Clubs and the club member SMEs. The Club meetings are prepared with support of  National Implementing partner (NIP) the Energy Efficiency Centre of Georgia (EECG) leading the training and conducted by the national RECP Clubs’ facilitator who is an expert on RECP.

Event Materials