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EastRussia Bulletin: State Corporation Rostek Strengthens Its Positions in Irkutsk Region - EastRussia | Far East






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Bulletin "EastRussia": State Corporation "Rostekh" strengthens its positions in the Irkutsk Region

The problem of utilization of solid domestic waste is very urgent for Irkutsk, since the resource of the operating landfill (41,9 ha) along the Aleksandrovsky tract is close to complete exhaustion

At the meeting of the regional governor S.Levchenko with the company's representatives, a plan for the construction of the landfill and the garbage processing complex was reviewed.

The Rostec project includes the 2 stages. The first stage involves the operation of the existing landfill with obligations for its recultivation in accordance with the adopted Program of Integrated Development of Irkutsk Communal Infrastructure Systems for the period 2011 - 2015 years and with perspective up to 2025 year at the expense of the budget. The second is the design and design of a new landfill in the Irkutsk region. It is assumed that the total direct investment in the project will be more than 2 billion rubles. On the instructions of S.Levchenko, a working group was established, which included representatives of the regional government and the Rostec state corporation.

It is worth noting that the plans for the construction of the plant were first voiced at the beginning of September by Sergei Eroshchenko, who at that time held the position of Acting Governor of the Irkutsk Region and enjoyed the support of S. Chemezov. But even after the defeat of S. Eroshchenko at the elections, the group of S. Chemezov seeks to gain a foothold in the region, creating a presence in various sectors (air transport, gold mining, etc.) 5.

Against this background, registration of residents of priority development areas continues.