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New waste sorting station will open in Ulan-Ude
In Ulan-Ude, they plan to launch a second waste sorting station in 2020. The capacity of the enterprise will be almost 700 thousand cubic meters per year, which will fully ensure the sorting of waste generated in the city.
According to TASS, the launch will be possible after the issues of creating an 500-meter sanitary zone around the station are resolved. Now one such enterprise is operating in Ulan-Ude, which processes about 30% of waste generated by city dwellers per month. This is approximately 350 thousand cubic meters per year.
Both stations were built seven years ago, but all this time they were idle. In the future, the city plans to introduce a separate garbage collection system for minimal waste disposal.