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At the International Innoprom-2014 Technology Exhibition, the leaders of the Rostech Corporation, the Titanai Valley Economic Zone, Masprom and the Japanese corporation Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Environmental " Chemical Engineering Co. Ltd. has entered into an agreement on intentions with a view to introducing in Russia the latest Japanese recycling technologies.

The agreement was signed by Deputy Director-General Rostah Ihor Zavialov, President Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Environmental " Chemical Engineering Co. Ltd Toru Doi " , Director-General of the UEZ " Titania Valley " , Artemiy Kyzlasov, and Managing Mashprom, Alexander Kotelnikov.

" We are promoting the development and implementation of new approaches to environmental issues for Russia, and we have emphasized the Head of the Ministry of Trade, Denis Mantourov. - The State supports projects aimed at improving the environmental situation in the country. For Rostech, such projects have already become an important activity. The document that has been signed today has considerable potential: high-technology deep waste processing facilities will become an integral part of the industrial infrastructure of Russia ' s regions. "

On the part of Rostek, the agreement will be implemented by a special project company established by two subsidiary companies Rostage: the National Environmental Operator and RT Invest.

High-technology deep waste processing will become an integral part of the industrial infrastructure of the regions

“Rostekh is establishing a centralized waste management system in Russia, an important task that will allow the introduction of European environmental safety standards in our country, was stated by Deputy Director Rostage Igor Zavialov. The Corporation is already developing in the regions the infrastructure necessary to develop the waste management industry. The agreement signed today is an important step in this direction. "

The Parties agreed to develop the project in stages. A feasibility study will be developed on the project for the construction of the first pilot facility for effective recycling of debris. The establishment of a joint Japanese-Russian enterprise to transfer Japanese technology for the processing of TBTs is then planned in the Sverdlov region. The new joint venture will become a resident of the Titan Valley economic zone.

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