Czech Republic

Assignments are sorted according to their status:     

  • In progress   

- assignments included in the country Action Plan, for which JASPERS activities will start soon

- assignments on which JASPERS is already working although they are not yet included in the Action Plan

- on-going assignments included in the Action Plan.

As at 6 December 2016, JASPERS was working on 25 assignments in the Czech Republic  (see below the attached list).   

  • Completed: 

- Assignments for which JASPERS has completed its task. The completion refers only to JASPERS tasks, as works on the project may be still in progress or eventually not even started.

As at 6 December 2016, JASPERS had completed 89 assignments in the Czech Republic (see below the attached list).   

Highlights

  

The  EVO Most Komorany Waste-to-Energy Plant project comprises the construction of a waste-to-energy plant with a capacity of 150,000 tonnes of waste per year, to reduce the amount of municipal waste going to the landfill, in particular biodegradable waste. The facility will primarily treat mixed residual waste and bulky waste from municipalities in the Ústí nad Labem Region, an industrial region located in the North-West of the Czech republic. JASPERS assisted in the preparation of the major project application.