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The ecological program of the "Eastern Port" was presented to the head of the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia
The "Eastern Port" presented its comprehensive environmental program to the head of the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation Dmitry Kobylkin. The Minister visited the stand of the "Managing Port Company" within the framework of the exhibition of investment opportunities and key business projects of the Far Eastern Federal District, which operates at VEF-2018.
As the press-service of the JSC "Eastern Port" informs, within the framework of the program on transition to closed coal transfer technologies, the port holding company launches additional equipment for dust collection and dust suppression. Windbreak protection fences of height 20 meters are also built. The volume of investments in the implementation of this program up to 2020 will be more than 1,4 billion rubles.
According to Irina Olkhovskaya, the first deputy general director of the Managing Port Company, the only specialized coal stevedoring company in Primorsky Krai uses the best technologies of environmentally safe cargo handling. At the coal terminal there is a closed complex of car dumpers, air purification plants and a cyclone air aspiration system, an irrigation system for coal storage facilities, and own water treatment facilities. Similar measures to protect the environment will also operate on the third line of the terminal under construction.
It is noted that in 2012-2017 years. LLC "Managing Port Company" and JSC "Vostochny Port" invested 1,2 billion rubles in the modernization of equipment, treatment facilities and wind protection systems, conducting environmental actions. In February 2018, Vostochny Port JSC became the first coal port of the Far East, which received a certificate of compliance with the requirements of the international standard ISO 14001: 2015 "Environmental Management Systems. Requirements and guidance for use. "