Debris from the Leningrad region and St. Petersburg with 2023 prior to disposal will be processed. This statement by the Governor of Leningrad region Alexander Drozdenko made at a meeting of the public environmental Council.
“do Not talk about the extension of the Northern Samarka, or some other polygon. There is no such. No expansion, no new “maps” in the Leningrad region will be no more. Put the cut-off for 2023, when we are away from the garbage disposal in “pure form”. Just processing,” said Drozdenko.
the Governor Also has noticed that if the region were engaged only in their waste, it would be “the best in the region”. However, Leningrad region will have to be disposed and the garbage, because in the Northern capital is not their polygons. Drozdenko added that both regions need to create a single scheme for the disposal of garbage.
Earlier, the “Rosbalt” wrote that Alexander Drozdenko proposed to create a single operator in the sphere of MSW for St. Petersburg and the region.
“Rosbalt” presents the project “trash — be honest!”, reminding that the problem of proper disposal of waste concerns all of us, and everyone can contribute to its solution. And what kind of answers we find today will impact our quality of life tomorrow.
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