The latest project results are ready to download May 01

Ukrainian Team  
On the panel on the right side of our website there are new versions of resulting project documents:
1.  Methodology for improving safety of tailings management facilities (Draft)
2. Template of the TMF Checklist
3. Analysis of the Ukrainian legislation and administrative situation on TMF 
1.  Methodology for improving safety of tailings management facilities (Draft), version 11 from 29.04.2015. Most important annexes to the Methodology are:
  • TMF Checklist,
  • Measure Catalogue,
  • Example of the Report on Safety Level Evaluation of a TMF.
  • 2. Template of the TMF Checklist, version 11 from 29.04.2015  Originally this document is in Excel format for automatic calculation of answers to the questionnaire. Here you can acquaint with PDF version (please, use magnifying – some pages look small because of information content we need to show on one page).
    3. Analysis of the Ukrainian legislation and administrative situation on TMF
    This document was developed by Ms. Iana Roginska, Director of the Research Institute on Legal Approximation (Kyiv, Ukraine) 

    This analysis contain Annex I: Table of compliance of the legislation of Ukraine with the         UNECE TMF Guidelines 

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    PROJECT RESULTS
    Methodology for TMF safety improvement 
    Template Checklist for TMF

    Analysis of the Ukrainian legislation and administrative situation on TMF

    Analysis of Ukrainian legislation compliance with the requirements of Directive 2006/21/EC on the management of waste from the extractive industries and Roadmap of its implementation in the context of improving TMFs safety


    Map of the TMFs in Ukraine


    *This project is financed by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety with means of the Advisory Assistance Programme for Environmental Protection in the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia. It is supervised by the German Environment Agency (Umweltbundesamt, UBA). The content of this publication lies within the responsibility of the authors.