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The RECP Centre promotes an economically, socially and environmentally viable future for the companies to implement the Sustainable Development approach in Ukraine.
Our mission is focused on elaborating and implementing resource and energy saving measures following the high quality comprehensive technical audit on favorable conditions for the customers, thus helping the Centre to maintain sustainable income pool, ensuring its staff and owners with decent earnings. All that serves good job to expand the RECP services market to occupy stable and fundamental position in Ukraine.
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The RECP Centre responds to the urgent need for ambitious, sustained and complex technical solutions to radically improve our understanding of how socially, environmentally and economically sustainable our industrial areas are.

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  • 10:00 -11:00
    10.05.2018

    Resource efficient economy scaling up has become a trend and the topic on the European political agenda in recent years for developed countries. The European Commission launched its ‘Roadmap to a Resource-Efficient Europe’ and the ‘Action Plan for the Circular Economy’ in 2015. Thus, average resource productivity in Europe in the period 2000-2016 survived 1,5 times increase – from 1.47 to 2.08 euros/kg.

    In 2017, the G-20 formed up a new platform dubbed the ‘G-20. Resource Efficiency Dialogue’ to support strongly for a dialogue on the sustainable use of natural resources throughout the whole life cycle of natural resources, products and infrastructure.

    Unfortunately, the process of Ukrainian economy going green still lags behind both the most developed countries and its nearest neighbours. Being the largest country in the Eastern Neighbourhood region Ukraine ranks last by the index ‘Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Green Economy”. Ukraine doesn’t actively encourage national enterprise to come up with resource efficiency. Thus, since 2012 there has been weak industrialization progress identified at national level. The energy efficiency indicator (GDP per unit of total primary energy supply (TPES)) in Ukraine is about 6 times lower than in OECD and over 2 times lower comparing to Eastern Neighbourhood countries.

    Being inspired with an idea of promoting resource efficiency concept as well as improving business environment a ‘Platform for Green Economy Growth’ was created in Ukraine back in 2015. The Platform brought together the Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility Development, the Global Compact Network Ukraine, the Programme to Support the Green Modernization of the Ukrainian Economy, the Institute of Green Economy, the Resource Efficient and Clean Production Centre, the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The platform aims to facilitate and disseminate the idea of green economy modernization and its components; promoting the resource saving services in Ukraine; providing support to governmental bodies, businesses and civil society in adapting the Sustainable Development Agenda 2030.

    On May 10, 2018, the press-center IA ‘Interfax-Ukraine’ (Reitarska str., 8/5a, Kyiv) holds an event within the framework of ‘Platform for Green Economy Growth’. The event offers a presentation of a ‘Guide to Industrial Resource Efficiency‘ focusing on how to solve the problem of limited access to new technologies and modern methods of improving productions – the problem is relevant for most Ukrainian enterprises. This publishing material overarches methods and tools that help reduce energy intensity in industry by implementing even low-cost measures. Apart from the above-listed, the guide suggests its readers the case studies of resource efficient options implemented at national companies. 

     

    Start at 10.00

    Press-conference participants:

    Ihor Shylovych, Director of Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production Centre.

    Viacheslav Potapenko, Director of the Institute of Green Economy.  

    Andrii Vorfolomeiev, Deputy National Coordinator for Demonstration RECP Component under ‘Greening Economies in the European Union’s Eastern Neighbourhood’ Programme (EaP GREEN).

     

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Serhii Syvolobov,
Deputy Director, «DISLA» Consortium
If the plant starts using its designed capacity the aluminum waste will get doubled. That fact worked as a driver for us and pushed us to start using aluminum alloys as RECPC experts had suggested in their technical proposal.

Vsevolod Yaremenko,
Director, state-owned company “Elastik“Research Institute”

So, having now 80 kW of electricity consumed per hour, we do hope to get double power reduction due to the solution implementation. I would like to sincerely wish the RECP Centre experts be always inspired and free to generate new ideas and innovative solutions.

Dmytro Bilyi,
Dеputy Director, State High Education Institution “Kyiv electromechanic college”
We are very pleased to cooperate with RECPC and are planning to implement more expensive projects in the future, one of which will be the installation of IHU (individual heating units) with weather dependent regulation. We see the results and they are obvious.

Petro Polishchuk,
Technical Department Head, “VYSHNEVSKYJ LYVARNO-KOVALSKYJ PLANT”, public company
The experts identified heat and energy losses in production process and offered practical recommendations where we could actually make resource saving. Due to these recommendations got implemented we managed to save more than 25% of electricity.

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