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30 June 2022, 09:31

Leningrad Oblast interested in Brest's waste management practices

An archive photo
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BREST, 30 June (BelTA) – Russia's Leningrad Oblast would like to study Brest's best practices in municipal waste management, Deputy Director General of Brest Municipal Housing and Communal Services Sergei Zhukov told a BelTA correspondent.

The Russian delegation led by Anastasia Kuznetsova, Chair of the Leningrad Oblast Waste Management Committee, arrived in Brest on a working visit to study the best practices of local housing and communal services providers. The Russian delegation visited Brest Waste Processing Plant and study how the MSW collection is handled in the city.

“The Russians were keenly interested in our experience in creating deep container sites and secondary resource collection. Director General of Brest Municipal Housing and Communal Services Yuri Klimakhovich and Director of Brest Waste Processing Plant Vladimir Golenchuk told their colleagues about their approaches to solid municipal waste disposal, showed reclaimed landfills and other sorting and recycling infrastructure facilities,” Sergei Zhukov said.

The Leningrad Oblast delegation also visited the Brest Hero Fortress Memorial Complex.

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