Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) changes the way in which our governments purchase goods and services, thereby driving markets towards sustainability and innovation.
The Republic of Moldova has been implementing SPP since 2014 with support from the EU-funded programmes EaP GREEN and EU4Environment:
- Governmental Decree on SPP drafted.
- Progress report on SPP with identified list of activities prepared.
- Products for SPP pilot tenders prioritized (with a focus on organic food, isolated windows and doors, computers, cars and papers) and technical specifications and sustainability criteria elaborated.
- Assessment on market readiness for SPP tenders prepared.
- Assessment and Roadmap on eco-labelling conducted.
- Regulation on eco-labelling aligned with the EU Regulation on eco-labelling drafted, discussed at the public hearings and approved; National eco-label designed.
A number of awareness raising events were carried out:
- High-level Dialogue on SPP (22 participants, including high-level officials);
- High-level dialogue on ecolabelling (22 participants, including high-level officials).
- Press tour of SMEs working to green their operations and adhere to future SPP tenders (14 participants);
- Media breakfast to build journalists capacity in broadcasting on SPP and eco-labelling (32 participants);
- Sessions on use of eco-labelling in public procurement (total 80 participants trained).
Related documents and reports on:
Sustainable Public Procurement
- Leaflet on SPP in Moldova (English | Romanian)
- Leaflet with a focus on food production and catering services (English | Romanian)
- Leaflet on SPP for procurers (English | Romanian)
- Progress on implementation of Sustainable Public Procurement in Moldova (2017-2020)
- Leaflets on eco-labelling (English | Romanian)
- Leaflets on eco-labelling in Moldova (English | Romanian)
- Eco-labelling system in the Republic of Moldova (English | Romanian)
- Assessment of eco-labelling system in the Republic of Moldova in line with the EU requirements (English | Romanian)
- Roadmap for establishing a national eco-labelling system by transposing the Regulation (EC) no 66/2010 of the European Parliament of the Council of 25 November 2009 (English | Romanian)