Author: Anna Aksyuk

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Yesterday, October 25, at the meeting of the working group to address the problem of waste in Poltava, Sistema warehouses LLC (SMS) demonstrated the solid waste sorting (MSW) sorting line offered for Poltava.

Daler Saidov, Director of the Innovation Development Department of SMS LLC, told about the sorting complex:

“Such a system envisages the selection of recyclable materials from the garbage, its sorting and compilation with subsequent shipment to the final processing points. Such a plant can recycle 50,000 tons of municipal solid waste per year. ”

Photo: Director of the Innovation Development Department of SMS LLC Daler Saidov

The representative of the company clearly showed all the processes on the model, which accurately reproduces the sorting line, is already functioning in the city of Dnepr, its cost is UAH 3,500,000, but for Poltava they can make discounts. The real dimensions of the complex are 35 meters in length and 8 in width, power is no more than 20 kW, but if necessary, any individual options can be developed.

To design a line, it is necessary to understand the proportions of garbage in the city and only then it becomes clear how many fractions are needed and how many people will be sorted.

Also, the Dnieper company provides service and warranty on the system and individual parts from 1 to 3 years. Similar sorting lines are already working in Zaporizhia, Kiev, Dnieper, Gadyach, Khmelnitsky region.

The biggest problem that may arise is the relevant personnel, which is now lacking in Ukraine. An average of 10 workers is required for such a line, they sort various types of secondary waste. The system also contains a magnetic separator for the collection of scrap metal.

The chairman of the board of the NGO Ekoltava said that last year they conducted an excursion for the media and authorities on the production of sorting lines of SMS LLC. This is a high-quality Ukrainian equipment, bought by both cities and united territorial communities.

However, a sorting line is needed and how much power it will be will become clear in the process of developing a program for hazardous and solid household waste, when there will be indicators on waste accumulation rates in Poltava.

“Alexey Chepurko, deputy mayor for housing and communal services, rightly noted that it would be necessary to invite various equipment manufacturers with presentations, familiarize themselves with them and announce a tender,” Yulia Pashkovskaya notes.

Recall the other day, in the courtyard of the Poltava City Council installed tanks for separate sorting of garbage.

Photo: Meetings of the working group on waste problem solving in Poltava