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Pellet production plant will work in Chita in 2020 year

Pellet production plant will work in Chita in 2020 year
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In Chita, in the first quarter of 2020, a pellet production plant will begin operation. The project is implemented by one of the residents of the TOP Transbaikalia. Using this type of fuel in the region will reduce emissions of pollutants into the atmosphere by hundreds of tons per year.

According to the Transbaikal Territory Development Corporation, which oversees the project, the design capacity of the first stage of the plant is 10,8 thousand tons of pellets per year. They will be produced from 80 thousand cubic meters of wood waste, which was previously accumulated or burned by forest users.

Pellets are a highly environmentally friendly fuel. Their ash content is less than 1%. At the same time, according to the plant’s specialists, heating with pellets is much cheaper than using central heating.