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DEKONTA starts biodegradation testing of contaminated soils in Batumi city in Georgia

The pilot project on bioremediation of contaminated soils, entitled "First steps towards launching bioremediation technology in Georgia", implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) with financial support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, was launched in December 2023 and is scheduled to run for 12 months until the end of November 2024. The project aims to test biodegradation as the main remediation method for contaminated soils in the area of the former oil refinery in Batumi on a pilot scale. The project is implemented by the Czech company DEKONTA, a.s. in cooperation with the Ministry of Finance and Economy of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara. 


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2023 Sustainable Development Goals Business Pioneers Awards

Do you know that Dekonta BH d.o.o (#bosniaandherzegovina) received the prestigious 2023 #SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) Business Pioneers Awards in the theme “People”? The awards are granted to those companies that are inspirational to others in terms of creation of decent jobs and talent retention. Congratulations to Maja Čolović Daul and her Bosnian Team! ????
This award is awarded as part of the program "Framework for the realization of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a foundation for sustainable and inclusive growth in Bosnia and Herzegovina" #SDG2BiH, a joint initiative financed by UNICEF Bosna i Hercegovina and implemented by UNDP Bosnia and Herzegovina in partnership with Embassy of Sweden in Sarajevo and United Nations in BiH as part of supporting UN Women Bosnia and Herzegovina authorities at the implementation of the Framework for Realization of Sustainable Development Goals in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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On 21.4.2023 a workshop on the project "Quantification of health and environmental risks and support for rehabilitation of the former refinery complex in Batumi" was held at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Georgia.

The project implemented by DEKONTA was launched in November 2021 and was supported by the Development Cooperation Programme of the Czech Republic. It aims to contribute to the reduction of health and environmental risks in the area of the former oil refinery in the port of Batumi, Georgia.

The workshop was opened with a welcome note by the Czech Ambassador in Georgia, Mr. Petr Mikyska. Speeches were also delivered by Mr. Solomon Pavliashvili, Deputy Minister of Environment and Agriculture of Georgia, and Mr. Jaba Phutkaradze, Minister of Finance and Economy of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara.

Participants of the workshop were representatives of the Ministry of Environment and Agriculture of Georgia, the Government of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara, international partners and other partners involved in the project. The whole workshop was guided by the project managers of the project Mr. Jan Kukačka and Mr. Ondřej Urban. The main outputs of the project were presented - the health and environmental risk study, the feasibility study and the draft project documentation for the remediation of the former refinery site.

Investigation and remediation of oil-polluted sites in Moldova IV

Dekonta is glad to announce that the remediation of polluted sites around the municipalities of Lunga and Mărculeşti Airport in Moldova are being completed. The implementation started in April 2022.  
The project is funded through the Czech Development Agency as part of the Czech Republic's Foreign Development Cooperation Program. 

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DEKONTA was awarded of the UNDP project ''Development of Sectoral and Regional Climate Change Adaptation Plans in Uzbekistan''

The project Development of Sectoral and Regional Climate Change Adaptation Plans in Uzbekistan is part of the “Sector driven National Adaptation Plan (NAP) to advance medium- and long-term adaptation planning in Uzbekistan” Green Climate Fund (GCF) Readiness Program that has been launched in 2020 and being implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Uzbekistan in the partnership with the Center of Hydrometeorological Services of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

To strengthen its position, DEKONTA had teamed up with the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (CZU) and other consultancy companies. The consortium has an extensive experience in climate change consultancy projects.

Dekonta, as the consortium’s leader company is responsible for undertaking all necessary steps and actions for development of 4 Sectoral NAPs (agriculture, water, health, buildings) and finalization of draft NAP for emergency management; and 3 Regional (Republic of Karakalpakstan, Bukhara and Khorezm provinces) NAPs in Uzbekistan. All the NAPs included the overarching capacity development of national stakeholders for the iterative development of NAPs and integration of climate change adaptation into national and subnational planning and budgeting processes, integration of the respective gender sensitive and disaggregation approaches and practices, and NAP implementation monitoring and evaluation mechanism.

Bulletin 2022 (CZE / EN)

Towards the end of 2022, we have once again created the corporate Bulletin 2022, which summarizes the most interesting projects and highlights.
The introduction was prepared by Tomáš Havlík, Chairman of the Board of DEKONTA Holding, a.s.
We wish you a Merry Christmas and health and success in 2023! (12.12.2022)

DEKONTA successfully completed a project aimed at improving the management of chemical substances in Georgia

On November 22, 2022 in Tbilisi, there was a working presentation and discussion of the Georgian draft Code on chemical substances and mixtures, which was created as part of the development project "Capacity building for sound management of chemicals - Implementation of REACH and CLP regulations" funded by the Czech Development Agency (CzDA) and implemented by company DEKONTA.

The workshop for representatives of the state administration, chemical industry and non-governmental organizations was prepared in cooperation with the Czech Embassy,  Georgian project partner - the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture and the Czech consulting company Medistyl.



DEKONTA presented results of its projects to the Georgian Parliament

We helped to draft a new law on chemical substances and mixtures for Georgia in order to implement the principles of EU regulations: CLP and REACH. At the Environment and Natural Resources Committee of Georgian Parliament were present the Czech ambassador Petr Mikyska, Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture, our experts and Medistyl company.
The meeting was followed by the 2nd workshop on chemical management, which DEKONTA and Česká rozvojová agentura - CzechAid organised for the representatives of Georgian state administration bodies that are active in management of chemicals.

The meeting was held on September 26, 2022.