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In 2017, Vladivostok CHP-2 will switch to gas

In 2017, RAO ES of Vostoka plans to completely switch the Vladivostok CHPP-2 to gas, and in a year to complete the reclamation of ash dumps in Promezhnoy and Gornostay bays. Andrey Migachev, Deputy Director for Capital Construction of the Primorskaya Generation branch of Far Eastern Generating Company, spoke about this at the Nature Without Borders forum.

In total, at CHP-2 14 boiler units, 10 of them are already running on gas. Next year two more boilers will be improved, and in 2016 and 2017 specialists will take care of the rest. Gasification will completely eliminate ash emissions into the atmosphere. According to Andrei Migachev, this will positively affect the ecological situation in the city and the health of the citizens.

Gasification allowed the specialists to start reclamation of two ash dumps in the Gornostay and Promezhnaya bays. On the first territory, 9 out of 23 hectares have been restored, and on the second more than half of the ash dump is ready - 16 hectares. Reclamation works will be completed in 2018 after CHPP-2 is fully switched to gas.

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