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In the Far East, they are successfully fighting the accumulation of waste

25.09.2022 ТАСС 75 просмотров

REO invests more than 62 billion rubles in waste processing enterprises in the Far Eastern Federal District.

Investments in waste treatment and disposal facilities in the Far Eastern Federal District (Far Eastern Federal District) will amount to 62.7 billion rubles. The district is successfully developing in this area — all regions have switched to a new system of solid waste management, the press service of the Russian Environmental Operator (REO) reported on Thursday.

"With almost all regions of the Far Eastern Federal District, the REO approved roadmaps for the implementation of projects to create solid municipal waste management facilities. The total amount of investments is estimated at 62.7 billion rubles," the words of the CEO of REO Denis Butsaev are quoted in the message.

He noted that the approximate capacity of all facilities will be 2.7 million tons, 1 million tons of them will be used for recycling.

Butsaev added that the Far Eastern Federal District is characterized by the lowest volume of waste accumulation. Currently, all regions have switched to a new waste management system. There are 41 regional operators operating there.

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