Recently, during the public hearing in the Legislative Assembly discussion questions about the territory of BPPM. The main object of discussion was the territory of the BPPM and its cleaning from lignin. Businessmen and scientific communities presented their projects for further building.
State Duma deputy from the Irkutsk region, Nikolay Nikolaev proposed for discussion the question, which previously everyone tried to hold over:
The story around BPPM’s waste dates back to two years ago, when the Russian government entrusted to perform the contract for the disposal of waste company Rusgeology. As time has shown, the company took up the performance of the contract, not possessing technology, that passed public and state expertise.
After two years, it became obvious to all that Rusgeology didn’t come up with anything better than to bury the waste near the village called Moty. After that, the public decided to take matters into their own hands. Public demanded from Rusgeology to make the process of preparation and recycling itself transparent.
Rosgeology has taken into account the claims addressed to it, and announced an open project competition. Total for the competition sent more than a thousand proposals, however, only 25 have passed the qualifying round, which were announced at the hearing. During the first public hearing, Speaker of the Regional Legislative Assembly Sergey Sokol formulated the main tasks of the future round tables.
Regarding the timing of waste disposal, speak out environmental prosecutor Sergey Zenkov. He noted: