EE Tools and Software
Training and Education
New Borg El-Arab -EcoCity
Petroleum and Petrochemical Industries
Oil & Soap Industry
Chemical, paint & Pharmaceutical Industries
Pulp and Paper
Electric and Electronic Waste
Cement and Ceramic Industries
BAT: General Guidance
Renewable Energy in Industry
First Seminar (REACH, CP, BAT & BREF ), Training of Trainers,Alexandria 1- 4 November 2010
Second Seminar, CC (Climate Change) & EE (Energy Efficiency) RE (Renewable Energy), TRAINING OF TRAINERS SEMINARS, Alexandria 17-20 January 2011
Third Seminar (Monitoring &Treatment of Wastewater and Hazardous; Solid Waste & Management), Training of Trainers,Alexandria 9-12 May 2011
Kick-off Seminar 28.3.12
Welcome to RIPECAP website
The Preparatory Stage (PHASE I) of the
Regional Industrial Pollution and CO2 Emission Abatement Project for Arab Countries (RIPECAP)
is funded by the Government of Finland, supervised and coordinated by the United Nations Environment Program/Division of Technology, Industry and Environment (UNEP/DTIE), Implemented by the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) and hosted by Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST). The project has focal points in Egypt, Ministry of State of Environment (MoSE), Jordan Ministry of Environment (MoE) and in Morocco Centre of Cleaner Production, (CMPP).
To provide support to Arab Countries in achieving the principles of the Declaration of the Arab Ministries of Environment, promote the use of CP, EE and renewable energy sources in the Arab Countries and open the door for projects which reduce GHG emissions.
To assist Industrial Establishemnts in the
countries to improve their environmental performance by providing technical and financial assistance and support to enable them to apply in the first place relevant Cleaner Production (CP) and Energy Efficiency (EE) Measures.
Knowledge Management System
This component manages the storage and classification of pollution and energy related documents. It also includes documents about different standards.
This part allows registered users to share information and messages about suggested topics. New topics may be added by administrators and then comments are posted by users.
Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland
United Nations Environment Programme
Finnish Environment Institute
Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology
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Institute of Graduate Studies and Researches