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Garbage sorting plant will be built in the Khabarovsk Territory

Garbage sorting plant will be built in the Khabarovsk Territory

A waste sorting plant will be built in the Khabarovsk Territory. It will be designed for annual processing of up to 260 thousand tons of household waste. The investor is ready to invest 1,3 billion rubles in the construction.

According to the press service of the regional government, a concession agreement has been concluded with Vostochny Ecotechnopark LLC. The plant will be built near Khabarovsk in about three years. Sorting will allow you to select useful fractions: polyethylene, plastic, tin, cardboard, waste paper, as well as ferrous and non-ferrous metals. In addition, components for road construction and landscaping can be obtained from garbage.

Currently, the Ministry of Housing and Public Utilities is designing two more similar, but smaller in scale objects in the Soviet-Havana and Nikolaev districts. An electronic waste management scheme is also being developed - it will work by October. With its help, it will be possible to monitor online all the movement of garbage in the region and the process of its processing.

At the beginning of the year it was reported that in the Khabarovsk Territory they started to design three new garbage sorting complexes. They will be built in Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, between Soviet Harbor and Vanino, and in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. Their total capacity will allow to separate up to 200 thousand tons of waste per year.

In July, the second waste sorting complex was opened in the Dalnerechensky district Primorye Territory. Its capacity will be ten tons of waste per year when working in one shift.

Garbage sorting complex "BlagEco" in the Amur Region in August will become a regional property. He should earn in September.

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