MOSCOW, April 11. /TASS/. Ekotekhnopark on site which will accommodate enterprises on waste recycling, will begin to build in late April to Ruza municipal district Moskovsky region. The investment volume will amount to almost 1 billion roubles, have informed in a press-service of administration of municipality on Wednesday.
“The contractor will build a “Ekotekhnopark” April 20, will finish in a year. Now there is a technique, dry soil. The project worth 980 million rubles”, – quoted the press service of the head of the urban district Maxim Tarkhanov.
This is the fourth such facility announced in the Moscow region. Earlier, the Minister of ecology and nature management of the Moscow region Alexander Kogan said that the region will be built ten modern waste processing complex, which will include several plants in different areas: sorting of waste, recycling, organics and recycled materials. According to him, agreements on three of the complex has already signed – in Sergiev Posad, Kashira and the Klin municipal district. Along with the four incineration plants in the Moscow region they will represent the newly built sector of waste management in the region and reduce the proportion sent to landfill garbage from 94% to 41% by 2023.
According to the press service of the Ruzsky district, promoting the construction of playgrounds in Ruza the self-titled project “Ekotekhnopark” headed by the Ombudsman of ecology and nature management under the President of the Russian Federation Ildar Neverov. According to him, the Technopark will comprise waste sorting and recycling multiple clusters.
“It’s a waste, we will analyze the debris fractions. Almost nothing left for removal and incineration or to the landfill. We need a year to build the company, to implement it. And each quarter launch new clusters for the processing of certain types of waste,” quoted Neverov, the press service of the administration.
Earlier, the head of the Department of natural resources and environmental protection of Moscow Anton Kulbachevsky reported that authorities are considering the possibility of building ekotermoprom in the Moscow region – waste recycling clusters, which will create a complete chain of waste recycling from sorting to processing. He noted that, most likely, the largest such sites will be located outside the capital due to dense residential area of Moscow.