Environmental Technologies Industries
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Market Plans

Egypt Environmental Export Market Plan
Appendix A
Summary of Environmental Projects in Egypt
Donor Project Funding ($US millions)Duration
Canadian International Development Agency

Environmental Information Systems Design and Implementation

National Water Quality and Availability Program

Environmental Technology and Management Fund




Danish International Development AgencyHazardous Waste Landfill for Greater Cairo

Reception Facilities for Oily Waste in Alexandria and Suez

Esna Water Supply and Sanitation Project, Qena

Environmental Information and Monitoring Program

Pollution Prevention Project at the Kima Fertilizer Factory

Environmental Education and Training Program

Organizational Support Program II

Economic Instruments














British Department for International DevelopmentCapacity Building in Environmental Impact Assessment and Industrial Auditing Outside the Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency (EEAA)

Support for Environmental Assessment and Management Project


Finnish International Development AgencyHazardous Waste Management Project in Alexandria and the Delta Region2.21998-2001
FranceConstruction of Beni Suef Drinking Water Treatment Plant

Upgrade of the Tenth of Ramadan Drinking Water Treatment Plant

Upgrade of the Gabel El Asfar Wastewater Treatment Plant, Cairo




Japanese International Cooperation AgencySolid Waste Management Improvements in Alexandria (TA)

Laboratory Network for EEAA Regional Offices


KfW (Germany)Kafr El Sheikh Sewerage Project

Upgrade of Amriya Wastewater Treatment Plant, Alexandria

Improvement of Water Supply and Sewage Systems in Ezbeth Bekhit, Greater Cairo

Environmental Protection Fund (Public-Sector Industry)

Rehabilitation of Misr Chemical Industries

Alexandria Battery Plant Decontamination










GTZ (Germany)Solid Waste Management in Aswan3.51995-2001
NetherlandsFayoum Drinking Water and Sanitation III6.41997-2000
United Nations Development ProgramEngineering Wetland at Lake Manzala

Energy Efficiency Improvements and GHG Reduction


United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
Integrated Water, Sanitation, and Environment Project
3.6 1996–2000
U.S. Agency for International
Development (USAID)

Alexandria Wastewater System Expansion II

Canal Cities II

Secondary Cities Development

Alexandria Drinking Water

Institutional Strengthening: Middle Egypt Utilities

Energy Utility Management Project

Egypt Environmental Policy Program

Sector Policy Reform II Environment















Energy Conservation and Environment Project67.51988–1998
World Bank

Egypt Pollution Abatement Project
Red Sea Coastal and Marine Resource Management (TA)


TA = total allocated
TBD = to be determined

Appendix B
Key Local Contacts

The Commercial Service U.S. Embassy, Egypt
Mr. Bryan Smith, Commercial Attache
3 Lazoghly Street
Garden City, Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 357-2340, 357-2223
Fax: (20-2) 355-8368

U.S. Agency for International Development
Mr. John Wesley, Director
Trade and Investment Division
Mr. James Goggin, Special Projects Officer
106 Kasr El-Aini Street, Cairo Center Building
Garden City, Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 357-3304, 357-3310
Fax: (20-2) 355-4395

American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt
Dr. Ahmed Shawki, President
Cairo Marriott Hotel, Suite 1541
Zamalek, Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 340-8888
Fax: (20-2) 340-9482

Ministry of Environment
Dr. Nadia Riad Makram Ebaid, Minister
30 Misr Helwan Agriculture Road
Maadi, Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 378-5137
Fax: (20-2) 375-5438

Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency
Dr. Ibrahim Abdel Gelil, Chairman
Eng. Dahlia Lotayef
Technical Cooperation Office for the Environment
30 Misr Helwan Agriculture Road
Maadi, Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 375-2232

Fax: (20-2) 375-4285

Ministry of Industry
Mr. Ibrahim Fawzi Abdel Wahab, Minister
2 Latin America Street
Garden City, Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 354-3600, 355-7034
Fax: (20-2) 354-3621

General Organization for Industrialization
Mr. Mohamed Mahmoud Farag Abdel Wahab, Chairman
6 Khalil Agha Street
Garden City, Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 354-0678, 354-4640
Fax: (20-2) 354-4984

Ministry of Public Works and Water Resources
Mr. Mahmoud Abu Zaid, Minister
El Nil Street
Embaba, Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 354-5884, 354-1478
Fax: (20-2) 355-8008

Ministry of Housing, Utilities and New Communities
Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim Soliman, Minister
1 Ismail Abaza Street
Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 354-0419, 355-3320
Fax: (20-2) 355-7836

National Organization for Potable Water and Sanitary Drainage
Eng. Fahti Botros Kasaman, Chairman
96 Ahmed Orabi Street
Mohandessin, Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 303-3038
Fax: (20-2) 303-3037

Ministry of Health and Population
Dr. Ismail Sallam, Minister
Magles El Shaab Street
Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 354-1076, 354-3462

Fax: (20-2) 355-3966

Ministry of Supply and Trade
Mr. Ahmed El Goweily, Ministry
99 Kasr El Aini Street
Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 355-0360
Fax: (20-2) 354-4973

General Authority for Control of Imports and Exports
Mr. Salah El Din Awad, Chairman
Atlas Building, El Sheikh Maarouf & 1 Ramses streets
Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 574-2830, 575-6095
Fax: (20-2) 575-8195

General Authority for Investment and Free Zones
Dr. Ibrahim Fawzi, Executive Director
8 Adly Street
Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 390-0597, 390-3776
Fax: (20-2) 390-7315

Cairo General Organization for Sanitary Drainage
Eng. Saad El-Din El-Deeb, Chairman
32 Ramses Street
Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 742-661
Fax: (20-2) 776-504

Alexandria General Organization for Sanitary Drainage
In Front of 21 Mohamed Shafik Ghorball Street
Shatby, Alexandria, Egypt
Tel.: (20-3) 596-1841
Fax: (20-3) 596-1840

General Organization for Greater Cairo Water Supply
42 Ramses Street
Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 574-3025
Fax: (20-2) 574-5076

Alexandria Water General Authority
61 Gamal Abdel Nasser Avenue

Alexandria, Egypt
Tel.: (20-3) 492-3045
Fax: (20-3) 491-7351

Egypt-U.S. Business Council
Eng. Hussein Sabbour, President
21 Giza Street, Nile Tower Building
Giza, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 736-030
Fax: (20-2) 737-258

Federation of Egyptian Chambers of Commerce
Mr. Mahmoud El Araby, President
4 Falaky Square
Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 355-1136, 355-1164
Fax: (20-2) 355-7940

Federation of Egyptian Industries
Mr. Mohamed Farid Khamis, President
26A Sherif Street, Immobilia Building
Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 392-8238
Fax: (20-2) 392-8075

Development Research & Technological Planning Center
Prof. Osama M. F. Elbahar, Executive Director
P.O. Box 38, Giza, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 573-3864
Fax: (20-2) 572-8811

Organization for Energy Conservation & Planning
32 Mahmoud Khairy Street
Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 402-7706
Fax: (20-2) 617-623

Industrial Development Bank of Egypt
Dr. Kamal Abou Eleid, Chairman
110 El Galaa Street
Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 779-174
Fax: (20-2) 777-324

African Export-Import Bank
Mr. Christopher Edordu, President
World Trade Center Building, 3rd & 8th floors
1191 Corniche El Nil, Cairo
Tel.: (20-2) 578-0281
Fax: (20-2) 578-0276

Commission of the European Communities
Delegation in Egypt

Amb. Christian Falkowsky, Head of the Delegation
6 Ibn Zenki Street
Zamalek, Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 340-8388
Fax: (20-2) 340-0385

International Finance Corporation
Mr. John Stewart, Special Representative for the Middle East
5 El Fallah Street
Mohandessin, Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 347-8081
Fax: (20-2) 347-3738

United Nations Development Program
Ms. Naglah Arafah, Resident Coordinator & Representative
1191 Corniche El Nil, World Trade Center
Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 578-4840
Fax: (20-2) 578-4847

World Bank
Mr. Khaled Ikram, Resident Representative
1191 Corniche El Nil, World Trade Center
Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20-2) 574-1670
Fax: (20-2) 574-1676

Canadian International Development Agency
Ms. Nicole Shadan Tresh

Tel.: (20-2) 354-3110

Department for International Development, United Kingdom
Mr. Steve Graham
Tel.: (20-2) 354-0854

Swedish International Development Agency
Mr. John Tesliff
Tel.: (20-2) 341-1484

Finnish International Development Agency
Mr. Ole Salteemah
Tel.: (20-2) 341-3722

Japanese International Cooperation Agency
Mr. Foohwa
Tel.: (20-2) 574-8240

Danish International Development Agency
Mr. John Castensen
Tel.: (20-2) 340-7411

KfW (German development organization)
Mr. Martin Dorschell
Tel.: (20-2) 341-3702, 341-7496

GTZ (Official German government’s development agency)
Ms. Barbara Hahtor
Tel.: (20-2) 340-9750, 342-0714

Appendix C
Financing Options for Environmental Exports

Multilateral Financing Sources

The World Bank
1818 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20433
Public Information Center:
Tel: 202-458-5454
Fax: 202-522-1500
E-mail: pic@worldbank.org

The World Bank is the largest financier of environmental infrastructure projects worldwide. It publishes numerous publications, including Environment Matters, which summarizes its environmental operations. The World Bank conducts one-day seminars on upcoming business opportunities developing within the bank. The program includes strategies on how to keep informed about projects, upcoming contracts, and how to pursue foreign investment opportunities. The World Bank also publishes Facing the Global Challenge: A Progress Report on the World Bank Global Environment Operations summarizing its portfolio of environmental projects.

The two institutions affiliated with the World Bank that deal with the private sector are: The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) runs an Investment Feasibility Study Facility which provides low-cost financing for feasibility studies in an effort to support investment in the poorest developing countries. Financing from the facility is available for private and public investment projects, with the amount depending on size.

Bilateral Funding and Financing Sources

Several U.S. Government agencies support U.S. companies interested in exporting technologies and services. U.S. companies can research each of these agencies through their website or contact them directly for more information.

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is the independent government agency that provides economic development and humanitarian assistance (in the form of grants) to advance U.S. economic and political interests overseas. U.S. foreign aid also creates markets abroad for U.S. goods and services. USAID provides donor funding in Egypt in the following environmental areas: USAID advertises its procurement opportunities in Commerce Business Daily (CBD). Information about CBD can be obtained from the following website: http://cbdnet.access.gpo.gov.

USAID’s Private Sector Commodity Import Program (PRCIP) provides $200 million per year to Egyptian private-sector businesses, accessible through 20 participating Egyptian commercial banks, to finance the importation of equipment and materials from the United States. Generous interest-free grace periods and related attractive financing terms provided by the PRCIP facilitate an accelerated pace of private-sector investment in Egypt.

The Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank) provides export credit support either to U.S. exporters on a short-term basis or to foreign purchasers on a longer term basis (2 to 10 years). Through loan guarantees and insurance, the agency fosters exports by making working capital available to U.S. exporters. Alternatively, through similar mechanisms plus the extension of direct loans (and on occasion, grants), Ex-Im Bank provides credit at attractive interest rates to foreign buyers to encourage their purchase of U.S. goods and services. Ex-Im Bank does not compete with commercial lenders, but assumes the risks they cannot accept.
Contact Information
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Rm.410
Washington, DC 20523-4101
Egypt Desk, Bureau for Asia and the Near East:
Tel.: 202-712-0050
Fax: 202-216-30128

U.S. Export-Import Bank
811 Vermont Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20571
Tel.: 800-565-EXIM or 202-565-EXIM
Fax: 202-565-3380

Private Export Funding Corporation
280 Park Avenue
Fourth Floor, West Building
New York, NY 10017
Tel.: (212) 916-0300
Fax: (212) 286-0304

U.S. Overseas Private Investment Corporation
1100 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20527
OPIC Info Line: 202-336-8799
OPIC Facts Line: 202-336-8700
Fax: 202-408-9866

Ex-Im Bank has designed a special Environmental Exports Program that will provide enhanced levels of support for a broad range of environmental exports. The program demonstrates Ex-Im Bank’s resolve to reach out to small and large exporters of environmental products and services. The major features of the program are the following:
The Private Export Funding Corporation (PEFCO) is a consortium of private lenders that acts as a supplemental lender to traditional export financing sources. It works with Ex-Im Bank by using private capital to finance U.S. exports. PEFCO makes loans to public and private borrowers located outside the United States who require medium- or long-term financing on purchases of U.S. goods and services through traditional lenders or suppliers. In all cases, the loans made by PEFCO must be covered by the comprehensive guarantee of repayment of principal and interest by Ex-Im Bank.

The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) finances medium- to long-term investment projects through loan guarantees and direct loans. Direct loans are geared for small businesses or cooperatives and usually range between $2 million and $10 million. Loan guarantees range between $10 million and $100 million. OPIC protects U.S. business activities in emerging markets through its Investment Insurance Programs against (1) currency inconvertibility (the inability to convert profits, debt service, and other investment remittances from local currency to U.S. dollars), (2) expropriation (loss of investment owing to expropriation, nationalization, or confiscation by a foreign government), and (3) political instability caused by war, revolution, or civil strife. The insurance programs also can be used to cover expanding investments. OPIC also offers a Small Contractor’s Guarantee Program, which assists small business construction and service contractors. Through its investment missions, OPIC promotes U.S. business by bringing groups of U.S. executives to a select number of countries to meet with government officials, local business leaders, and potential joint venture partners. Reverse missions bring foreign government officials and local business leaders to the United States to meet with their counterparts.

The OPIC Allied Capital International Small Business Fund is a $20 million equity fund which invests in OPIC-designated countries. Eligible companies are small U.S. business seeking risk capital to expand overseas. The preferred investment size is $2 to $5 million. One of the sectors targeted by the fund is environmental services. Contact information: Allied Capital Corporation, 1919 Pennsylvania, Avenue, NW, 3rd Floor, Washington, DC 20006; tel.: 202-331-1112; fax: 202-659-2053.66

The OPIC Global Environmental Emerging Market Funds I and II focus primarily on equity investments in natural resource-related sectors related to the developing, financing, operating, or supplying of infrastructure in clean energy, clean water, and waste management. Investment size can reach $10 million. Contact information: GEF Management Corporation, 1225 Eye Street, N.W., Suite 900, Washington, DC 20005; tel.: 202-789-4500, fax: 202-789-4508.
Appendix D
U.S. Government Programs to Assist Exporters

There are a number of U.S. Government and government-funded programs that directly or indirectly support the export of U.S. environmental technologies to Egypt. The following is a brief description of these programs and the assistance they offer to U.S. businesses. Many of the organizations conducting these programs are excellent sources of information on export markets. This information can be found on their Web sites or by calling their offices.

U.S. Department of Commerce

Office of Environmental Technologies Exports

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s (DOC’s) Environmental Technologies Exports Office is a key resource within the U.S. Government. This office provides U.S. firms with market and project information focusing on key emerging markets, upcoming trade promotion events, other organized activities for environmental exports, and key overseas contacts. It also promotes U.S. environmental exports by leading environmental business missions around the world. The office issues a series of publications, including Environmental Technology Exports: A Guide to U.S. Government Resources and environmental export market plans for many of the big emerging markets. Contact information: tel.: 202-482-5225, fax: 202-482-5665, http://www.infoserv2.ita.doc.gov/ete.

Other Relevant DOC Programs
Copies of all DOC publications and other trade information are available through the National Trade Data Bank: tel.: 202-482-1986, fax: 202-482-2164. For generalinformation on the Department of Commerce, call 202-482-2000 or visit the DOC’s Web site at http://www.doc.gov.

U.S. Agency for International Development

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) administers a number of environmental and social development programs throughout the world. In the developing world, it plays an important role in developing markets and creating economic opportunities for U.S. companies. USAID has a large and active office in Egypt. Contact information for the agency’s Development Information Center: USAID/Egypt, Cairo Center, 106 Kasr El Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt; tel.: 011-20-2-357-3225; fax: 011-20-2-356-2932.

The Center for Trade and Investment Services (CTIS) is the focal point in USAID for information collection and dissemination on the agency’s programs and activities in development-related sectors, such as environment, energy, agribusiness, health, and training. CTIS offers valuable counseling assistance to small and medium-sized businesses interested in pursuing contracting and procurement with USAID and proactively distributes materials on these opportunities. CTIS develops and disseminates sector-specific guides about USAID programs and activities, including the Guide to Business Assistance Programs for Energy and Environment. Contact information: tel.: 202-663-2660 or 800-872-4348, fax: 202-663-2670.

U.S. Trade and Development Agency

The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (TDA) is an independent federal agency with over $40 million dedicated to assisting U.S. companies in pursuing business opportunities in developing countries and responding to foreign competition. It sponsors feasibility studies, definitional missions, and desk studies for major public-and private-sector projects in order to promote the use of U.S. goods and services in project implementation. By funding feasibility studies that evaluate the technical, legal, economic, and financial aspects of development projects, TDA provide U.S. companies with an opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a project. TDA focuses primarily on infrastructure development projects. Funding from the agency usually ranges from $150,000 to $750,000 for public-sector projects. The studies also advise project sponsors about the availability of specific U.S. equipment and services. TDA has funded several projects in Egypt. TDA publishes the TDA Pipeline, a biweekly newsletter that highlights new definitional missions, feasibility study opportunities (also advertised in Commerce Business Daily), TDA/World Bank project announcements, and upcoming orientation visits and conferences. Contact information: 1621 North Kent Street, Suite 399, Arlington, VA 22209; tel.: 703-875-4357, fax: 703-875-4009, e-mail: info@tda.gov; http://www.tda.gov. The Web site includes a “project pipeline” for current projects.

U.S. Small Business Administration

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has an Export Finance Program that guarantees up to $750,000 for either short- or long-term loans to help small businesses increase their export sales. This program is designed to assist small businesses requiring capital to expand sales or manufacturing for international markets, as well as meet their working capital needs. Loan proceeds may not be used to establish operations overseas. Contact information: 409 3rd Street, SW, 6th Floor, Washington, DC 20416; tel.: 800-U-ASK-SBA, http://www.sbaonline.sba.gov.

Bankers’ Association for Foreign Trade

Bankers’ Association for Foreign Trade (BAFT) is an association of banking institutions dedicated to fostering and promoting American exports, international trade, finance, and investment between the United States and its trading partners. BAFT operates the Access to Export Capital Program, a national database of financiers and government agencies involved in trade finance and the services they offer. The program also contains a national inventory of services offered by government export credit agencies, including the Export-Import Bank, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, and SBA. Contact information: tel.: 800-49-AXCAP or 202-452-0013, fax: 202-452-0959.
Appendix E
U.S. Commercial Service Environmental Team Members
Birmingham District Office
Contact: Diana (Chris) Bailey
Tel: 205-731-1331
Fax: 205-731-0076

Anchorage District Office
Contact: Chuck Becker
Tel: 907-271-6237
Fax: 907-271-6242

Phoenix District Office
Contact: Pompeya Lambrecht
Tel: 602-640-2505
Fax: 602-640-2518

Los Angeles District Office
Contact: Jim Cunningham
Tel: 310-235-7207
Fax: 310-235-7220

Newport Beach Branch Office
Contact: Pamela Ward
Tel: 714-660-1688 x126
Fax: 714-660-8039

San Francisco District Office
Contact: Elizabeth Krauth
Tel: 415-705-2283
Fax: 415-705-2297

San Diego District Office
Contact: Michael Slater
Tel: 619-557-2962
Fax: 619-557-6176

Santa Clara Branch Office
Contact: Joe Burton
Tel: 408-970-4613
Fax: 408-970-4618

Hartford District Offices
Contact: Sharon Bongiovanni
Tel: 203-240-3530
Fax: 203-240-3473

Tallahassee Branch Office
Contact: Michael Higgins
Tel: 904-488-6469
Fax: 904-487-1407

Atlanta District Office
Contact: Rachel Bailey
Tel: 404-452-9101
Fax: 404-452-9105

Boise Branch Office
Contact: Steve Thompson
Tel: 208-334-3857
Fax: 208-334-2783

U.S. Export Assistance Center
Contact: Robin Mugford
Tel: 312-353-8040
Fax: 312-353-8098

Louisville District Office
Contact: John Autin
Tel: 502-582-5066
Fax: 502-582-6573

U.S. Export Assistance Center
Contact: Stephen Hall
Tel: 410-962-4539
Fax: 410-962-4529

Boston District Office
Contact: Keith Yatsuhashi
Tel: 617-424-5990
Fax: 617-424-5992

Detroit District Office
Contact: Richard Corson
Tel: 313-226-3650
Fax: 313-226-3657

Minneapolis District Office
Contact: Pam Olson-Lally
Tel: 612-348-1638
Fax: 612-348-1683

St. Louis District Office
Contact: Kristi Wiggins
Tel: 314-425-3302
Fax: 314-425-3140

New Mexico
Santa Fe Branch Office
Contact: Sandy Necessary
Tel: 505-827-0350
Fax: 505-827-0263

New York
Buffalo District Office
Contact: George Buchanan
Tel: 716-846-4191
Fax: 716-846-5290

New York District Office
Contact: Robert Jones
Tel: 212-264-0634
Fax: 212-264-1356

Rochester Branch Office
Contact: James Mariano
Tel: 716-263-6480
Fax: 716-325-6505

North Carolina
Greensboro District Office
Contact: Linda Jones
Tel: 910-333-5345
Fax: 910-333-5158

Cincinnati District Office
Contact: Carol Chlystek
Tel: 513-684-2944
Fax: 513-684-3200

Cleveland District Office
Contact: Clem von Koschembahr
Tel: 216-522-4750
Fax: 216-522-2235

Tulsa Branch Office
Contact: Tom Strauss
Tel: 918-581-7650
Fax: 918-581-2844

Portland District Office
Contact: Tom McGinty
Tel: 503-326-3001
Fax: 503-326-6351

Pittsburgh District Office
Contact: Ed Zawadzki or
Amy Shaughnessy
Tel: 412-644-2850
Fax: 412-644-4875

Austin District Office
Contact: Karen Parker
Tel: 512-482-5939
Fax: 512-482-5940

Dallas District Office
Contact: Vavie Sellschopp
Tel: 214-767-0542
Fax: 214-767-8240

Houston District Office
Contact: Ken Konkel
Tel: 713-229-2578
Fax: 713-229-2203

Richmond District Office
Contact: Phil Ouzts or
Paolo DiVincenzo
Tel: 804-771-2246
Fax: 804-771-2390

Seattle District Office
Contact: Diane Mooney
Tel: 206-553-7251
Fax: 206-553-7253

Tri-Cities Branch Office
Contact: Mark Weaver
Tel: 509-735-2751
Fax: 509-783-9385

West Virginia
Charleston District Office
Contact: Jim Pittard
Tel: 304-347-5123
Fax: 304-347-5408

Milwaukee District Office
Contact: Paul Churchill
Tel: 414-297-3473
Fax: 414-297-3470

Appendix F
Environmental Trade Working Group Key Contacts

U.S. Department of Commerce
Office of Environmental Technology Exports

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Office of Policy Planning and Evaluation

U.S. Department of Energy
Office of Science and Technology Policy

U.S. Department of Agriculture
Global Change Program Office

U.S. Department of the Interior
Office of Policy Analysis

U.S. Department of Labor
Bureau of International Labor Affairs

U.S. Department of State
Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs

U.S. Department of the Treasury
Office of International Affairs

Export-Import Bank of the United States
Office of International Business Development

Overseas Private Investment Corporation
Office of Investment Development

Small Business Administration

U.S. Trade and Development Agency

U.S. Agency for International Development
U.S.-Asia Environmental Partnership Secretariat
Global Bureau


Office of the U.S. Trade Representative
Office of Financial and Investment Policy

White House Office of Environment Policy

White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

Appendix G
Helpful Documents

The following is a select list of documents which were used in the production of this report and which are useful sources for U.S. environmental exporters.

Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency. Lead Exposure Abatement Plan. Government of Egypt, Cairo, 1997.

Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency. Lead Smelter Action Plan. Government of Egypt, Cairo, 1997.

Environmental Policy and Institutional Strengthening Indefinite Quantity Contract. Environmental Sector Assessment: Draft Final Report. 1997.

Law Number 4 for 1994 and its Executive Regulations: Law for the Environment, Egypt. Government of Egypt, Cairo, 1995.

Ministry of Environment, Water Supply and Sanitation in Rural Egypt: Draft Assessment. Government of Egypt, Cairo, 1997.

U.S. Commercial Service. Country Commercial Guide-Egypt, 1998. Cairo, Egypt, 1997.

U.S. Commercial Service. “International Market Insight.” In Egypt: Environmental Industry Opportunities. Alexandria, Egypt, 1997.

U.S. Commercial Service. “Industry Sector Analysis.” In Egypt: Air Pollution/Environmental Control Equipment. Cairo, Egypt, 1995.

U.S. Commercial Service. “Industry Sector Analysis.” In Egypt: Environmental Technologies. Cairo, Egypt, 1997.

U.S. Commercial Service. “International Market Insight.” In Egypt’s Mega Project-Opportunities in the New Valley. Alexandria, Egypt, 1997.

U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration. “Industry Sector Analysis.” In Egypt: Water Pollution Treatment Equipment. Cairo, Egypt, 1995.

U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration. “Industry Sector Analysis.” In Egypt: Water Purification Treatment Equipment. Cairo, Egypt, 1993.

U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration. “Industry Sector Analysis.” In Egypt: Water Pumps. Alexandria, Egypt, 1993.

U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration. “International Market Insight.” In Water Pumps Market in Egypt, Alexandria, Egypt, 1997.

World Bank. Arab Republic of Egypt: Pollution Abatement Project: Staff Appraisal Report. Washington, DC, 1996.

World Bank. Arab Republic of Egypt: Water and Wastewater Sector Study. Washington, DC, 1993.

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