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A new waste sorting complex will appear in the Khabarovsk Territory

A new waste sorting complex will appear in the Khabarovsk Territory
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In the Khabarovsk Territory, they are planning to build a waste sorting complex next to the existing Severnaya station. Another capacity will be 220 thousand tons of waste per year, and the degree of sorting is 70%. We intend to complete the construction by the 2022 year.

According to the press service of the Krai government, the complex intends to build the company Vostochny Ecotechnotechnopark. Investments will amount to 1,3 billion rubles. By the end of the year, the regional authorities intend to conclude a concession agreement.

The complex will supply for recycling tin, cardboard, polyethylene, plastic, waste paper, as well as fractions that will create materials for road construction and landscaping. It is also possible to create fuel comparable in calorific value to brown coal.

According to the plans for the implementation of the Ecology national project, by the beginning of the 2020 of the year, the Khabarovsk Territory should have allocated 14% of all waste for recycling, and 7% for recycling. Already, these figures are 16% and 9%, respectively.

The regional budget includes 90 million rubles for the design of three more waste processing facilities. They will appear in Komsomolsk-on-Amur, in the Soviet-Havana and Nikolaev areas. In addition, an electronic waste management scheme is being developed in the region.