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Charcoal began to be produced in the Far Eastern hectare

Charcoal began to be produced in the Far Eastern hectare
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In the Amur region, the owner of the “Far Eastern hectare” for the first time established the production of charcoal. Recently, an entrepreneur produced the first 100 tons of products.

Alexander Anisov received a land plot in the village of Tygda, Magdagachinsky District, with his family. The territory he equipped for industrial production. Until recently, charcoal was not produced at all in the Amur Region - it was brought from the Khabarovsk Territory and Primorye.

The owner of the hectare intends to sell products on the local market, but does not exclude the possibility of supplies to Japan and China. According to the press service of the Ministry of Eastern Development, meetings with future international clients have already taken place, it remains to complete the construction of the production site.

Earlier, the State Duma adopted a law on the distribution of the program "Far Eastern hectare" on Buryatia and Transbaikalia. From 1 in August of this year to 1 in February of 2020, only residents of new DFO regions will be able to apply for a plot. From February 1 to 1 August 2020, all Far Eastern residents will be able to get free plots, and from August 1, any resident of Russia, as well as migrants from other countries, can apply for plots.