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Tougher control over the targeted use of timber in Kamchatka
Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Kamchatka Territory Sergey Khabarov instructed specialists of the Forestry and Wildlife Management Agency to prepare amendments to the regional legislation in terms of tightening control over the use of wood.
"The gaps in the legislation that allow citizens to conclude contracts for timber for individual housing construction, and then not use a single cubic meter for these purposes, must be eliminated," said Sergei Khabarov.
According to the head of the agency, Evgeny Shirokov, residents of the Kamchatka Territory for the purpose of individual housing construction at the moment can receive 200 cubic meters of wood, and for the construction of outbuildings - 50 cubic meters. It was decided to reduce the first figure to 100 cubic meters.
"For individual housing construction, it was allocated and harvested in 2014 year over 15% of the total timber volume against 3% in 2012 year, - explained Yevgeny Shirokov. - At the same time, for individual forest areas, timber is sold to the side, and not used for its intended purpose. "