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    NAMAs in the sector

      Country Type of action Objective
    Clean Production Agreements in Chile Chile Project In Chile, the promotion of cleaner production is promoted and coordinated by the National Council for Clean Production (NCCP), an institution under the Ministry of Economy. One of the goals of NCCP for 2020 is to contribute to reducing greenhouse gases through its main management instrument, the Clean Production Agreement (CPA). This voluntary agreement is negotiated and signed by the representative of the industrial organization on behalf of the companies in a particular productive sector and a public administration sector.
    National Program for Catalyzing Industrial and Commercial Organic Waste Management in Chile Chile Strategy/Policy The objective of this NAMA is to catalyse the instalation of the first facilities for industrial and commercial organic waste management in Chile (it does not include household organic waste).
    Integrated Waste Management in China China Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to operate integrated waste management and waste-to-energy systems in China.
    Recycling Program NAMA Colombia Strategy/Policy The NAMA will support the Colombian government in transforming the solid waste sector by overcoming various existing policy, financial, market and social barriers. The cornerstones of the NAMA are regulatory changes, the promotion of alternative waste treatment technologies, creation of appropriate financial mechanisms, and the integration of informal recyclers into the formal sector.
    NAMA for the domestic refrigeration sector in Colombia Colombia Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to reduce emissions from the domestic refrigeration sector by providing technical support and capacity building.
    Sustainable Waste Management Colombia Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to focus on sustainable waste management through a shift from landfilling to alternative waste treatments, including composting, mechanical biological treatment and waste-to-energy.
    Ordinary Solid Waste NAMA Costa Rica Not known Not specified
    Reducing greenhouse gas emissions in cuban pig production Cuba Project The objective of the NAMA is to reduce GHG emissions in Cuban pig production through the promotion of technologies for the capture and use of biogas (heat and electricity) obtained as a result of the treatment of pig wastewater.
    Low Carbon Climate Resilient Development Strategy in Dominica Dominica Strategy/Policy Support the implementation of the Low Carbon Climate Resilient Development Strategy
    Tourism NAMA in the Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Strategy/Policy The goal of the NAMA is to achieve wide‐spread adoption of alternative energy technologies and address waste management in the tourism sector.
    Low Carbon Coffee in Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to reduce GHG emissions in the coffee sector
    Improved Charcoal Kiln Egypt Strategy/Policy The objective is to increase charcoal productivity and quality while utilizing less land for production, and improving health and safety of both charcoal producers and local population.
    Waste to Energy with focus on Residual Dispose Fuel (RDF) Egypt Strategy/Policy The objective is to support the government plan to encourage the increase in waste used as energy in cement plants to 15% by 2030.
    Ethiopian Urban NAMA: Creating Opportunities for Municipalities to Produce and Operationalise Solid Waste Transformation (COMPOST) Ethiopia Strategy/Policy This NAMA aims to promote significantly greater use of Integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM) and Urban Green Infrastructure (UGI) approaches in Ethiopian cities and towns in alignment with the national Growth and Transformation Plan for the urban sector.
    Integrated Management of Urban and Peri-Urban Solid and Liquid Waste Gambia Not known Integrated Management of Urban and Peri-Urban Solid and Liquid Waste
    Co-processing of municipal solid waste (MSW) based refuse derive fuel (RDF) in cement plants in India India Strategy/Policy This NAMA aims to reduce the amount of waste landfilled under precarious conditions, facilitate a thermal use for waste fractions that cannot be recycled material-wise, and lead to a reduction of GHG emissions through the replacement of fossil fuels as well as the avoidance of methane emissions from landfills.
    POME LAMA (Palm Oil Mill Effluent) Indonesia Strategy/Policy POME is a Locally Appropriate Mitigation Action (LAMA) intended to improve rural electrification.
    Vertically integrated NAMA for solid waste management Indonesia Strategy/Policy Reduce emissions from waste and streamline local, provincial and national level policies in the sector
    Zarqa Industrial Waste Water Treatment and Energy Project (ZIWWTE)– provision of industrial treated waste water and energy in Zarqa. Jordan Project Reduce emissions from waste water treatment plant and generate heat and electricity
    Strategy for domestic waste management Jordan Not known Reduce CH4 emissions from waste sector by at least 1 Gg CO2 eq annually
    Rehabitation of Al‐Akaider Landfill Jordan Not known Decrease CO2 and CH4 emissions from landfill
    Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions for Low-carbon Urban Development in Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Project The Project supports the identification, design, and implementation of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) in the urban sector. NAMAs, consisting of investments in infrastructure supported by capacity building, awareness raising and technical assistance, will contribute to achieving the country’s GHG emission reduction voluntary target while improving urban services and the quality of life of citizens in Kazakh towns and cities. The project is the first effort in Kazakhstan to adopt a comprehensive approach to reduce GHG emissions in cities.
    Circular Economy Solid Waste Management Approach for Urban Areas Kenya Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to promote an alternative to the existing waste value chain in Kenya. The rationale behind this NAMA is that the waste sector in Kenya faces numerous challenges and Nairobi, for example, produces around 2,400 tons of waste every day, of which only 38% is collected and less than 10% recycled. The remaining 62% is left on illegal dumpsites and next to houses or burned, causing severe health and environmental problems.
    Emission Reduction through Sustainable Solid Waste Management in Kenya Kenya Project Kenya‘s National Government, in partnership with the county governments of Machakos and Nakuru, want to pilot the development of sustainable solid waste management mechanisms in the two counties. The mechanisms entail an integrated composting facility and a sanitary landfill in both counties. The compositing unit will produce organic fertiliser for use in farming in place of inorganic fertilizers, contributing towards the avoidance of GHG emission from the agricultural sector. Both facilities will generate energy from methane gas captured, providing an alternative source of energy.
    NAMA in the Municipal Solid Waste Sector Lebanon Strategy/Policy This NAMA has a threefold objective. It aims to help the collection and utilization or flare of landfill gas, establish an institutional framework for solid waste management, and apply waste to energy.
    Implementation of Feed-in Tariff Mechanism Malaysia Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to implement a Feed-in tariff Mechanism in Malaysia.
    Disposal and Use of Wastes and Solid and Biomass Residues Mexico Strategy/Policy This NAMA seeks to promote, through and incentive system, activities of disposal, recycling, reuse and efficient exploitation of the solid wastes at national level, which will result altogether in a better management of the these residues and will result in positive impacts to society, economy and environment, axis of sustainability.
    Waste management NAMA Morocco Strategy/Policy The NAMA aims to introduce new alternatives the ongoing practices of waste treatment, currently based primarily on landfills.
    Bio-energy generation and greenhouse-gases mitigation though organic-waste utilization Pakistan Project The overall mission of this project will be to develop and disseminate environment-friendly and cost-effective technologies and management practices of bio-energy generation from organic waste for sustainable development in agriculture and water sectors to attain and sustain cost-effective farming systems and reduce greenhouse gases emission.
    Waste Sector NAMA in Pakistan Pakistan Not known The overall objective is the reduction of emissions from solid and liquid wastes from the urban cities. With this NAMA, Pakistan wants to development a programme to promote alternative use of waste, specifically for energy production. The scope of the programme will include different forms of energy and technologies.
    Harnessing Municipal Waste of big Cities of Pakistan to Generate Electricity Pakistan Strategy/Policy This NAMA is designed to develop regulatory, legislative and financial instrumental streams for the development and promotion of municipal waste management system and deploying them for energy generation.
    Reduction of Carbon Emissions through Utilising of Methane Gas from Landfill and Solar Energy in Power Generation Palestine Strategy/Policy The main objective is to utilize methane for power generation to reduce the cost of Solid Waste Management. Similarly with solar PV generation.
    Zero Latrines NAMA Panama Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to improve wastewater treatment systems in rural areas.
    Landfills Closure and Sustainable Waste Management NAMA Panama Strategy/Policy The main objective of the NAMA is to improve Panama's waste management system.
    Cement NAMA Panama Strategy/Policy This NAMA seeks to avoid the use of coke through a programme to co-process municipal waste to produce cement.
    Green state policy NAMA Panama Strategy/Policy The NAMA will focus on energy efficiency, water efficiency, fuel for internal and external mobilization, and waste management.
    Swine NAMA Panama Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to install biodigesters to improve treatment of swine waste in Panama.
    Poultry NAMA Panama Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to promote the use of clean power in poultry production sites across the country.
    Panama City and Bay of Panama Sanitation NAMA Panama Strategy/Policy The NAMA seeks to build a wastewater collection and treatment system in the west of Panama.
    HCFCs and HFCs Recycling NAMA Panama Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to improve the recycling of Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) and Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) in Panama.
    Solid waste programme Peru Strategy/Policy "Improve Peru’s readiness to benefit from international climate finance and/or the carbon market for supporting up-scaled mitigation action in the waste sector"
    Revolving Fund for Waste-to-Energy Projects Philippines Strategy/Policy Catalyze private investment in methane capture and utilization technology in the waste sector through increased regulation, incentives, capacity building and innovative financing.
    Waste-to-Energy (WtE) and improved waste management practices in Kigali Rwanda Strategy/Policy Implementation of one Waste-To-Energy plant for collected solid waste in the Kigali urban area
    Support to Sierra Leone Preparation of NAMA Sierra Leone Strategy/Policy The objective is to reflect the country concerns in addressing the issues of climate change and build on sectoral synergies to enable emission reduction starting 2016.
    NAMA on waste management Tunisia Strategy/Policy Significant reduction of methane emissions from biodegradable waste (agricultural waste, waste products from food production and sewage sludge)
    Reduction, Recycling and Reuse of Solid Waste in Kampala City Uganda Strategy/Policy Exploits the joint responsibility of local authorities and residents or persons working in these urban areas of Kampala City to contribute to waste management using the 3Rs. The focus is to reduce waste generation and improve waste collection, recycling and reuse. The NAMA will target the 60 per cent of solid waste in Kampala that is not collected by the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA).
    Integrated Wastewater Treatment for Agro process Water in Uganda Uganda Not known There is a high national priority to address the problem of poorly or untreated treated wastewater discharge in urban areas given the extent of pollution, especially in Lake Victoria basin. The NAMA will assist in reducing pollution loads from agro-processing factories on surface water systems, especially the Lake Victoria basin.
    Sustainable production with low-emission technologies in agriculture and agroindustry production chains. Uruguay Project The overall objective is to focus on the transformation of the different kinds of waste generated in the agriculture and agroindustry production chains in various types of energy or by products, aiming at the development of a low carbon sustainable production model.
    Waste Sector NAMA: Waste to Resources for Cities Vietnam Strategy/Policy The objective is to reduce the solid waste generated in Vietnam and to implement waste segregation
    Biogas for onsite power generation for medium/large pig Farms Vietnam Strategy/Policy The NAMA aims to foster the use of biogas power at pig farms in medium and large-scale farms in rural areas of Vietnam.
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    Feasibility studies

      Country Type of action Objective
    Solid Waste Treatment and Final Disposal Indonesia Project This NAMA concerns the construction and operation of waste treatment and final disposal sites in Legok Nangka and Nambo in West Java Province.
    City wide mitigation programme of Greater Amman Municipality Jordan Strategy/Policy To reduce emissions in municipal waste, urban transport, sustainable energy, and urban forestry estimated to average around 560 ktCO2e per year.
    NAMA for the sustainable use and disposal of the biomass in Mexico, turning it into renewable energy Mexico Project The NAMA has two objectives.

    In the short term, the objective is:

    • Incorporation and compliance to a voluntary environmental program of the Tequila industry for the sustainable disposition of vinazas, bagasse and agave leaf, considered today as a waste.
    • Replacement of fossil fuel in the Mexican industry with renewable biofuel derived from the agave, promoting the installation and operation of biomass based cogeneration systems that use agave waste from the Tequila industry.
    • Accreditation of emissions reduction in the production of Tequila through the distinctive "Holohuella CO2" (hologram-carbon footprint) as a physical proof to adhere to the bottle.
    In the long term, the NAMA will incorporate to the voluntary environmental program, other biomasses considered a waste besides the Agave.
    Developing a solid waste inventory and identifying NAMA options Peru Strategy/Policy Market-readiness preparation for a range of multi-source funded waste-sector NAMAs to achieve waste collection targets, waste disposal targets, recycling targets, waste-to-energy targets and waste management enforcement targets
    Waste and waste water management Thailand Not known Development of a methodology for planning in the waste management sector

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