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Avidas Group to gobble up Chechnya's waste

5 Aug '08
Turkish developer Avidas Group plans to build an industrial waste recycling factory in the republic of Chechnya, local authorities report.

The factory is expected to recycle up to 15 million tons of waste a year and to produce glass, plastic goods and other household and building materials.

According to the official website of Chechnya government, over 10,000 people will be employed in building and staffing the plant.

Neither the total investment in the project nor the timeframe for its implementation have been revealed so far.
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