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Nefteyugansk to launch an experiment on separate waste collection in 2022

10.12.2021 185 просмотров

At the initial stage, it is planned to be implemented in three districts of the city.


An experiment on the separate collection of dry and wet solid municipal waste (MSW) in a pilot mode in 2022 will begin in Nefteyugansk, the third largest city in the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug. This was reported to TASS on Thursday by the press secretary of the regional waste management operator Yugra-Ecology Tatiana Samoldanova.

The first experiment in the Urals Federal District (UrFD) on the separate collection of MSW has begun in Yugra in the city of Yugorsk in the spring of 2020. Separate containers for wet (organic) and mixed dry waste were installed at sites near apartment buildings and private houses. After sorting, the waste is delivered to Yekaterinburg, where it is processed; there is no such possibility in Yugorsk itself. Also, separate waste collection in a pilot mode is now being carried out in two more cities of Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug - Urai and Nizhnevartovsk. three microdistricts of the city," the agency's interlocutor said.

She added that in 2022, she plans to start a pilot for separate waste collection also in the rural settlement of Karkateev, Nefteyugansk district.

Transition to a new waste management system with MSW and measures for the reclamation of unauthorized landfills are being carried out in the region under the national project "Ecology", for the implementation of which it is planned to allocate 4.041 trillion rubles in the Russian Federation. In Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug, the new system began to work on January 1, 2019.

In total, five modern landfills are planned to be built in Ugra in the coming years - in Surgut, Nizhnevartovsk, Khanty-Mansiysk, Nefteyugansk and Oktyabrsky districts. Their total capacity will be 590,000 tons of waste per year. One of the inter-municipal landfills is being built near Nefteyugansk and will serve three municipalities. Four more are planned to be built in Nizhnevartovsk, Nyagan, Surgut and Khanty-Mansiysk. As Deputy Governor of Yugra Alexey Zabozlaev previously reported during the congress "Russian PPP Week", the KhMAO authorities estimated investments in the creation of a waste management system in the region at 13 billion rubles.

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