Cleaner Production (CP) is a concept which aims to encourage industries and consumers to adopt sustainable environmental practices. In Georgia, the industrial sector has a unique opportunity to gain large benefits from the implementation of CP because of the current transition of the country towards the market oriented economy. The aim of the present research is to determine particular actions needed to overcome existing barriers. The research reveals that the implementation of the CP concept requires building institutional capacity of the country to facilitate partnership between the government and the private sector. Regulatory and economic instruments which can help boosting the implementation of CP measures are identified. Moreover, the need for formation of appropriate professional capacity on CP through vocational schools, training centers, and universities is evaluated and outcomes are presented. The research reveals that it is also necessary to raise general awareness of consumers and the entire public to promote CP at the national level.