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Five large waste recycling plants planned to be built in Crimea

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Five large waste recycling plants planned to be built in Crimea

Five waste incineration plants and five municipal solid waste landfills will be constructed in Crimea within three years for landfill depositing.


Mikhail Menn, RF Minister of Construction, Housing and Utilities spoke on it to journalists in Moscow today. According to him, the problem of waste recycling has been acute in Crimea for some years, and it will be solved in 2017 – 2019. Concessioners will be involved in the construction. One of the large waste recycling plants is to be constructed in Sevastopol for 600m roubles ($10m).

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