The Lithuanian company K.Trading prepares necessary documents and expects approval by the government of Belarus of sales quota in the national network of “green” energy, produced at the waste processing plant.
K.Trading became the winner of the competition, announced in June by the Bobruisk Municipal Executive Committee, to select the investor on the right to implement the investment project “Building of the waste processing plant”. The building of the plant is planned on a site of about 10 hectares located on lands of the public utility Promotkhody (industrial waste landfill Vishnevka). After putting the object into operation, municipal solid waste will be reprocessed there, which is annually formed in Bobruisk totaling 90 thousand tons and also waste earlier buried in the landfills Babino and Vishnevka.
As representatives of the K.Trading company reported, the protocol about intentions to build waste recycling plant was signed in November this year within the investment forum “The Success Mill” in Mogilev.
K.Trading has the Lithuanian roots. The company told that the technology offered by them is based on presorting, braking, drying and briquetting of waste with subsequent gasification. The construction of the plant is estimated at 35 million euro. According to the representative of K.Trading, for the organization of waste recycling production of 150 thousand tons per year, these funds are quite enough.
The investor plans to reprocess from 90 to 100 thousand tons of annually formed garbage at the plant, and other amounts are already utilized “resources” from two dumps of the city – Babino and Vishnevkа. Heat power output will be generally used for needs of the plant, and electric power will be supplied to the national networks. Depending on what amount of the quota is approved, the business plan will be chanched according to amendments. The approval of quota will also become the base for the conclusion of the investment contract of K.Trading with local authorities, as noted in the company.
Under the materials of ej.by