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Investors in Jewish Autonomous Region plan to create a tin cluster

Investors in Jewish Autonomous Region plan to create a tin cluster
Photo: eao.ru

A tin cluster may appear in Jewish autonomy. It is planned to create it by the company, “Small Khingan Resources”, which is engaged in the production of tin concentrate in the area of ​​the village of Khingansk.

Production became a kind of successor to the Soviet plant “KhinganOlovo”, which ceased to exist during the years of perestroika. According to the press service of the regional government, there remains a large amount of industrial waste, but there are technologies that allow them to be recycled. This made it possible to employ about 150 residents of the village of Khingansk and the city of Obluchye.

The company worked for a year, however, due to the regime of restrictive measures, production has now been suspended. According to the company's management, the development of tailings will take six years, after which it will be possible to switch to ore from nearby deposits. Create a tin cluster will allow Central and Birch deposits.

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