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Rosprirodnadzor recognized Chukotka ready to create incinerators

The deputy head of Rosprirodnadzor, Amirkhan Amirkhanov, during a meeting in the government of the Chukotka Autonomous Region, said that all the rules established by the law for switching to a new waste management scheme were implemented in the region. This was reported on Friday by the press service of the government of autonomy.

As reported, the deputy head of the department believes that the most suitable option for the region is the disposal of municipal solid waste (MSW) are incineration centers. He also recalled that the “roadmap” must be approved before 1 in January 2019 in all regions of the Russian Federation. The official declared the readiness of Rosprirodnadzor to assist in the preparation of the necessary documentation for placing all municipal waste disposal sites in the federal state register. He also noted that the region can receive financial support from the government of the Russian Federation - it is planned in the amount of up to 4 billion rubles. and is designed for all subjects of the Russian Federation. In turn, the deputy head of the department of industrial and agricultural policy Andrei Mingazov said that the government of Chukotka had already approved the “roadmap” of the project for handling household waste, the development of design and estimate documentation will be completed before 1 September, and before the end of the year tariffs will be set and selection made regional operators.

Anadyr has already begun work on the arrangement of landfills. Starting next year, they will begin in the largest settlements - Pevek, Egvekinote, Bilibino, Provideniya and the Coal Mines.