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5 million tons of scrap metal is to be disposed of in the Arctic zone of Yakutia

Today at the board of the Ministry of Nature Protection of Yakutia, the amount of scrap metal to be removed from the Arctic zone of Yakutia has become known. Its volume was 5 million tons according to the total inventory.

The Ministry of Nature Protection of Yakutia is the customer of the competition for the development of estimate and design documentation for cleaning in the Arctic regions of the republic from the accumulated scrap of non-ferrous and ferrous metals. According to the results of the competition, the collection and utilization of scrap metal will be handled by OOO Stroitelnoe predpriyatie.

Sahamin Afanasyev, the Minister of Nature Conservation of Yakutia, reports that, at the moment, the contractor has developed estimates and design documentation, studied the ways and volumes of scrap utilization, and ways of its transportation. If the documentation is successfully protected, the project will be able to enter the Federal Target Program 2015 of the year to eliminate damage to the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation.

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