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Baltika shared its experience in promoting separate waste collection

Baltika shared its experience in promoting separate waste collection
Photo: press service of "Baltika"
At a visiting meeting of the People's Council under the head of the Khabarovsk Territory, Baltika shared its positive experience of business participation in the regional program for separate waste collection.

The problem of separate waste collection was discussed at a visiting meeting of the working group by the members of the People's Council under the governor. The meeting opened at the building of the Ministry of Housing and Utilities, where a container for collecting plastic (PET) waste is installed. Deputy Minister Stanislav Kondakov demonstrated how to rationally use a container for collecting PET plastic. The plastic bottles placed in the container are sorted again, pressed and sent for non-recycling. This raw material is in demand not only in the region, but also abroad.

 According to Stanislav Kondakov, Deputy Minister of Housing and Utilities of the Khabarovsk Territory, the department promotes separate waste collection, because this is the future of our country's ecology. In this regard, in October 2020, the Ministry of Housing and Communal Services, the Baltika company and processing enterprises from Khabarovsk and Komsomolsk-on-Amur entered into a cooperation agreement. According to the agreements, Baltika ensures the production of containers for the separate collection of MSW, and the Chistaya Planeta and Firm Stalker companies - their installation in the courtyards of apartment buildings and the subsequent removal of sorted waste for recycling.

As noted by Aleksandra Sobol, Head of Government Relations and Corporate Relations in the Far East Region of the Baltika Brewery, part of the Carlsberg Group, the company provides containers for waste, and recyclers take out the recycled packaging waste for recycling. Places for placing containers are provided by the Ministry of Housing and Communal Services. This model can be used by any socially responsible business. Baltika has been working in the field of waste collection since 2013; in 2020 alone, the project collected and sent for recycling 158 tons of PET, aluminum, glass and waste paper, which is equivalent to about 000% of the company's packaging volume on the market.
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