All beneficiary countries are concerned to different extents by safety, security and environmentally sound handling and disposal of hazardous CBRN waste materials and remediation of contaminated locations.
The partner countries in the SEEE region are very much aware of the problem with chemical, biological and radioactive/nuclear waste management and practical measures with CBRN waste disposal. A number of CoE partner countries have developed activities addressing this concern at national level or with collaboration with international organisations.
The improvement is expected in CBRN WM with support of EU legislation, regulations, good practices and technologies. Also horizontal cooperation among services at national as well as international levels CBRN WM can be improved.
Strengthen and harmonize regulatory framework of CBRN Waste Management (WM) capabilities in the SEEE region. Improve legal framework, regulations and good practices for CBRN WM. Establish sustainable national training program for competencies on CBRN Waste Management. Enhance technical capabilities of CBRN WM effectiveness.
- Project duration
- Project locations
- AlbaniaArmeniaAzerbaijanBosnia and HerzegovinaGeorgiaMoldovaMontenegroNorth MacedoniaSerbiaUkraine
- CBRN areas
- Bio-safety/bio-securityProtection of material/facilitiesPublic and infrastructure protectionPublic health impact mitigationSafety and securityTransit and trans-shipment controlWaste management
- CBRN categories
- CoE Region
- SEEE - South East and Eastern Europe
European Union External Action Service (EEAS)
United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)
Sustainable Criminal Justice Solutions Group (SCJS)
Public Health England (PHE)
Verification Research, Training and Information Centre (VERTIC)
Jadrová a vyraďovacia spoločnosť, A.S (Nuclear and Decommissioning Company) (JAVYS)
International Security and Emergency Management Institute (ISEMI)
Wojskowy Instytut Chemii i Radiometrii (Polish Military Institute of Chemistry and Radiometry) (WIChiR)