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Receiving centres for recyclable materials planned to be opened in Penza region

14:24 | 13.11.2016 | Communal Services

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Penza, 13 November 2016. PenzaNews. Separate collection of municipal solid wastes is planned to be held in the Penza region by means of creating procurement stations, movable and stationary receiving centres for recyclable materials and also by means of extracting secondary resources at waste sorting plants. This states the project of the regional territorial scheme of municipal solid wastes treatment, developed under adoption of new legislation.

Receiving centres for recyclable materials planned to be opened in Penza region

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It states that since January 1, 2017, waste burial of those materials that include minerals are subjected to utilization will be prohibited.

The project also explains that extracting of secondary resources from municipal solid waste is possible by three different ways.

First of all, it is development of the system of selective waste collection by means of installing containers for different fractions: paper, glass, plastic, iron, garden, and other wastes. Secondly, it is creation of movable and stationary receiving centres for recyclable materials and creation of procurement stations. Thirdly, it is possible to extract secondary recourses at waste sorting plants.

The project of the territorial scheme of wastes treatment including municipal solid wastes in the Penza region was developed by the LC “Centre of improvement and wastes treatment” (Moscow) under the state contract No11 as of August 16, 2016.

The territorial scheme is the basic document for a regional operator of municipal solid wastes treatment tender.

A regional government resolution on confirmation of the territorial scheme of wastes treatment including municipal solid wastes was prepared in the Penza region. The period November 1-15 is the time of public counselling aimed to assess its regulatory impact.

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