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Medvedev criticized the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District for not being ready for garbage reform
A critical situation with the transition to a new system of solid municipal waste management was called by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev in several regions of Russia. The subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District also fell into this number: Kamchatka, Khabarovsk Territory, and the Jewish Autonomous Region.
“There the system will not work since January 1. There are risks in 17 entities that regional operators will cease operations, mainly for financial reasons. More than 14 million people are in their service area, ”Medvedev said at a meeting of the presidium of the Presidential Council for Strategic Development and National Projects.
He instructed the governors to take comprehensive measures and submit concrete proposals to address this issue to the Russian government.
According to him, in the Jewish Autonomy and the Khabarovsk Territory, along with the Republic of Tuva, Dagestan and the Saratov Region, the most difficult situation with territorial waste management schemes has developed. The prime minister said that in some cases there is no information on plans to build a new waste management infrastructure, and the indicators for their utilization and processing do not correspond to the indicators of the Ecology national project.
“And where there is conformity on paper, in reality it is not confirmed by existing facilities,” said Dmitry Medvedev.