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23 November 2021, 09:10

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They will also process plastic and hazardous substances.

In Moscow, according to the city program, they will begin to process electronic and electrical equipment that has already failed. The project will exist in the form of a public-private partnership (PPP). The initiative to implement it came to the Moscow Government this year.

“Under the agreement, the investor is implementing a project to collect and process out-of-service electronic and electrical equipment for its further disposal. The notice on the implementation of the public-private partnership project has been published on the official website of the Russian Federation for posting information on the bidding process: here, within 45 days, you can get acquainted with

terms of the concession“, – said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.

The investor offers to collect and recycle electronics, as well as plastics and hazardous substances. For this, the city facilities will be reconstructed into collection points and will equip them with the necessary equipment. All sorted equipment is planned to be sent to processing plants.

“Moscow will sign a public-private partnership agreement with the investor for 20 years. The city will hand over to the investor empty capital construction projects located in Ostapovskiy proezd and on Altufevskoye highway. The implementation of this project will help to reduce the adverse impact on the environment “, – said the head

Department of Investment and Industrial Policy of Moscow Alexander Prokhorov.

Public-private partnership allows the implementation of infrastructure projects on mutually beneficial terms for business and the city. By concluding a contract, the city receives a finished object, reduces budgetary costs for financing its construction or reconstruction.

According to the director City Investment Management Agency Artem Barashev, more than 250 PPP contracts have been concluded in Moscow since 2013 for over 1.1 trillion rubles. Investors are attracted to the creation of transport, road, social, housing and communal and other infrastructure important for the city.

The agreement on the organization of collection and recycling points will be the first in the field of disposal of out-of-service electronic and electrical equipment.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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