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Accounts Chamber: the capacities of MSW landfills in 10 regions are almost exhausted

Accounts Chamber: the capacities of MSW landfills in 10 regions are almost exhausted
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The Accounts Chamber of Russia stated that the goals and targets for the efficient management of production and consumption waste within the framework of the Ecology national project may not be achieved. At the same time, in six years there will be nowhere to throw out garbage, since all landfills intended for the disposal of household waste will end.

According to the agency, in 11 regions, including the Jewish Autonomy, Transbaikalia, Primorsky and Khabarovsk Territories, regional operators for the treatment of MSW did not start work. And the capacity of existing landfills in ten regions, including the Amur Region, Kamchatka and Primorsky Territories, in Chukotka will be exhausted from 2020 to 2024.

As noted in the interim results of monitoring national projects, in seven regions, including the Kamchatka and Primorsky Territories, as well as in Chukotka, the remaining capacity of landfills will be exhausted in the near future. According to the auditors of the Accounts Chamber, the critical situation with the landfill sites there will not change.

The analysis of the action plan for the implementation of the federal project “Integrated MSW management system” showed that it does not take into account the necessary measures for the formation of an integrated system of MSW management. There are no conditions there, including recycling of all production and consumption waste prohibited for burial.

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