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EastRussia Bulletin: Summa Group to Build a Coal Terminal in Primorye Compliant with All Environmental Standards

Summa Group will be able to start construction work at the new coal terminal in the port of Vostochny in Primorsky Krai this spring. It is planned to build a universal production and transshipment complex "Sever" in three years at Cape Petrovsky. More than 50 kilometers of railway tracks, 11 bridges and overpasses, 4 berthing facilities with a total length of more than 900 meters are to be built. The total amount of funding from the federal budget will amount to 23,2 billion rubles. Almost 13 billion rubles more are invested by the Summa group. The new terminal after commissioning at the first stage will process up to 6 million tons of coal per year, from 2020 - 12 million tons, from 2025 it will reach its design capacity of 20 million tons. The terminal will also meet all modern environmental requirements, which is an extremely important topic for the Primorsky Territory (if we recall the conflict around the terminal in the Sukhodol Bay): wagons with coal will turn over in closed rooms; additional dust suppression technologies will be used at the terminal. Additional measures to protect the environment at the terminal will include dust suppression (fogging), point filters in transfer stations, additional water cannons for coal moistening and mobile snow generators that will be used in winter. In addition, special protective fences will be installed along the conveyor ramps.

Details in the EastRussia bulletin.

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