Plant for utilization of solid waste will start in Tyumen in 2017


Promising areas of cooperation were discussed by the Governor of the Tyumen region Vladimir Yakushev and General Consul of Hungary in Ekaterinburg Sergey Syuch during a meeting in Tyumen.

TYUMEN, 10 Dec –. Plant for recycling of solid domestic waste (SDW), is under construction in the Tyumen region with the participation of Hungarian investors, will be launched in 2017, said the employee of the press service of the Governor.

Promising areas of cooperation were discussed by the Governor of the Tyumen region Vladimir Yakushev and General Consul of Hungary in Ekaterinburg Sergey Syuch during a meeting in Tyumen.

“We can work together on projects for potable water and sewage. Hungarian specialists have extensive experience in this field, including in Russia. Can offer services in the field of housing construction, sports facilities, shopping complexes,” — said the diplomat.

According to the head of the Tyumen region, the most interesting region is the joint construction with the Hungarian companies greenhouses. “In the region there is a need of increasing the number of production for growing greenhouse vegetables. If you develop a profitable scheme, this project is quite real”, — said Yakushev.

According to the press service of the Governor, Hungary ranks among the key trading partners of Tyumen region. The trade turnover with Hungary for 9 months of this year amounted to more than $ 14 million.

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