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The Territorial Waste Management Scheme was conducted by a parliamentary hearing in Medoldum

Parliamentary hearings of the Regional Waste Management Scheme were held in the Moscow Regional Duma. Igor Brenzalov, President of the Sub-Country Parliament, noted the relevance of the proposed topic: " Until 2013, there were 39 waste disposal sites in the Moscow region. It's closed, it's still 23. Only 5 per cent of the garbage is processed. The rest is buried in the ground. We must establish a modern waste management scheme, while developing a set of measures that will help to develop responsible attitudes towards the environment of the people themselves. "
The paper was prepared by the Ministry of Environment and Environmental Management of Moscow Region. In its development, detailed analyses were made of all sources of TCO education, its regional movements, technical and logistical processes optimized, and optimum locations for waste management facilities were selected.
The main focus of the territorial waste management scheme in Moscow is on deep processing. According to the Minister of Environment and Environmental Management of the Moscow Region, Alexander Kogan, the main task of the planned changes was to reduce the dump from 95 to 50 per cent by 2025. To this end, a separate collection of debris will be introduced in the region. It will be implemented through a two-container collection system. The first box, " dry " , will have useful secondary components suitable for reuse: polymers, paper, metal, glass and others. In the second, " wet " is food and vegetable waste, estimates from the cleaning of the palace area. Twelve submarine cities will be spearheaded by selective pick-ups: Volokolamsk, Redrsk, Sunnyarsk, Himki, Dubna, Wetij, Ivanteevka, Noginsk, Balashha, Shatura, Domodedovo and Lakes. The pilot projects will result in a decision to further extend the separation fee across the region.
Viktor Azarov, head of the municipal district of Uatiza, shared the experience of separating and processing debris. For example, in mouses from old road tyres, coating for children ' s and sporting areas is provided, and wood waste is used in local boilers, thus saving the budget for maize materials.
In addition, large-scale upgrading of garbage disposal facilities will take place in the region. First, they'll only be thirteen, and they'll all turn into high-tech waste management systems, with sorting facilities and refining TCO. Each polygon will be equipped with biogas and filtration systems, modern isolating materials, monitoring systems. The most advanced technologies will be used for deep processing: grading TCOs with valuable recycling components, RDF-fuel production, composting. ♪ ♪

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