Cardboard production mill to be launched in Khabarovsk by this year end
By the end of the current year, a new enterprise for solid waste recycling shall have opened in Khabarovsk. The plant of “DV Senkhe” company will produce thick-layer cardboard from waste-paper. Because of the pandemic, the period of the production start has been postponed, although it has been scheduled for this autumn. However, the equipment has been brought to production, and the new products are being tested. The industrial production will start as soon as the required quality standards of the finished products are reached.
- The plant shall recycle MS-5b type waste paper. The necessary scrab materials will be provided by the parent company “Clean planet”, which has been collecting and recycling wastepaper and plastic in Khabarovsk krai for more than a year now.
The thick-layer cardboard in rolls will be produced at the plant. It is widely used in the production of various materials. In addition, the demand for such cardboard is permanently growing both in the territory of Russia and China.
“DV Senkhe” envisions to reach projected performances in the first decade of 2021. Herewith, the volume of the waste-paper recycled at the plant shall amount to 2,2 thousand tons per month. The scrab materials are planned to be used for a monthly production of at least 2 thousand tons of finished products.
Meanwhile, ANO “Khabarovsk Krai Investment and Development Agency” along with “DV Senkhe” prepare a set of documents to expand the boundaries of the ASEZ “Khabarovsk” and cover the plant’s territory.
It shall allow for mounting a second line at the mill and 2 times increase the design capacity. Additionally, the company will become the ASEZ “Khabarovsk” resident and will be able to enjoy the preferences and tax incentives.
The production launched will allow reaching performances established for the region by the national project “Ecology”. Thus, by 2024 not less than 358 thousand tones (74%) of waste in Khabarovsk krai must be sent for separating, and at least 39% of it must be sent for recycling, - was emphasized at the Ministry.