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Ecological biofuel started to be produced in Transbaikalia

Ecological biofuel started to be produced in Transbaikalia

Ecological fuel from wood processing wastes began to be produced in Transbaikalia. The first resident of TOP Transbaikalia today launched a plant for the production of pellets - fuel pellets. As raw materials for the finished product, waste from sawmills operating in the Trans-Baikal Territory is used.

According to the press service of the regional government, the plant will be able to process 80 thousand cubic meters of waste. It is planned that the plant will supply biofuels not only to the local market, but also to the countries of Southeast Asia. Interested parties already exist in Japan and South Korea.

According to the Director General of the pellet plant Leonid Kuzmitsky, fuel pellets are in great demand in developed countries, as they protect the environment. No additives are used in the production. As raw material - only wood. More than 60 million rubles have been invested in the construction of a plant for the production of green biofuels. There were created 16 new jobs.

According to the Governor of the Trans-Baikal Territory, Alexander Osipov, the new production is built entirely on Russian technologies. He expressed the hope that thanks to the opening of the plant, it will be possible to achieve the rational use of waste, as well as to clean up everything that requires disposal near Chita.

The Advanced Development Territory (TOR) regime was created in 2019 in the Far East at the initiative of the president as a special support measure for business development. The investor must invest in the production of at least 50 million rubles. For five years, he receives a number of tax benefits.

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