The Memorandum of Intent between the Transcarpathian Regional Administration and the "AVE" LLC has been signed

16 June 2015 16:23  85101379 0102399
The Memorandum of Intent between the Transcarpathian Regional Administration and the "AVE" LLC has been signed

To bring waste management in the region to a new level of European standards. This is provided by the Memorandum of Intent signed today by the head of the region Vasyl Hubal and the General Director of the "AVE Umwelt Ukraine" LLC Mykola Butenko.

Vasyl Hubal as the head of the Regional State Administration has repeatedly stressed that he considers radical changes in waste management in Transcarpathian region a priority. The consideration of the development of a new solid waste management strategy in the region was initiated, and several fundamental steps for this have been made. Those include the arrangement of three major solid waste sorting facilities in the region, and now it comes to the implementation of these plans.

The memorandum, which the head of the region signed on Tuesday, June 16, sets out the action plan which will allow to solve the waste management problem in the region for the next 50 years. This document provides for the support for the development of modern waste management industry in the region in line with European standards. To this end, the relevant investment project is being developed. It includes plans to design three solid waste processing factories with waste disposal capabilities with a capacity of about three hundred thousand tons. The expected investment is around six million euros for each facility.  

Now, the process of project documentation execution continues. Overall, the Memorandum envisages the support for the investment project, but currently does not constitute any agreements and commitments of the region to investors.

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