Sooner or later it had to happen. Russia is gradually beginning to sink in the trash. City dumps turned into huge landfills of sewage, representing a great danger to people. There are more than 200 tons of various wastes per inhabitant of our country today, which means it’s time to think about a different approach to waste disposal.
Actually, such a task has already been set by the President of Russia. Vladimir Putin ordered the construction of 200 waste treatment plants before 2025. In fact, we are talking about creating a new industry, which is well developed in a number of Western countries, but is practically atrophied in our state. Of course, such news Western corporations could not disregard the corresponding equipment companies. In particular, manufacturers of turbines used to generate energy released during waste incineration.
First of all it concerns the German Siemens, the Czech Škoda and the American General Electric. However, Russian manufacturers have something to offer.
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