The creation of a joint venture for processing electronic waste is being discussed in Tatarstan
KAZAN, November 29 – RIA Novosti. A Czech company has proposed opening a joint venture for the processing of electronic waste in Tatarstan, the Republic’s Ministry of Industry and Trade reported.
“The electronic waste and plastic processing project was presented to Cumhuriyet Rais (chairman). The idea of creating a joint venture in Tatarstan was presented at the board meeting of Tatneftekhiminvest-holding. It is stated that the representative of the Czech company Praktik System, Tomas Navratil, was present in the message.
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The company plans to remove plastic from household appliances (refrigerators, televisions, washing machines, etc.) and old cars. The planned capacity is 50 thousand tons of waste per year.
According to Praktik System, implementing a system for the collection, logistics and recycling of electronic waste will help get rid of landfills.
There are also plans to promote environmental education for children and the public.
If the project is implemented successfully, a comprehensive solution on e-waste and plastic can be developed for BRICS+ countries. The project can be presented after the BRICS+ summit in Kazan in October 2024.
As the president of Tatarstan, Rustam Minnikhanov, noted, this issue is very relevant, since the formation of electronic waste and plastic poses a threat to the environment. Deputy Prime Minister of Tatarstan invited Minister of Industry and Trade Oleg Korobchenko to discuss this issue at a meeting with the participation of institutions and organizations of the republic.
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