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Degassing of landfill “Sound” in Volokolamsk district of the Moscow region will be carried out using Dutch technology. The decision was taken on Wednesday, March 14, said “the Tape.ru” in the Ministry of ecology and nature management of Moscow region.
The meeting discussed two almost identical technologies for collection and utilization of landfill gas, the proposed Austrian-German and Dutch experts. In the end, it was decided to use equipment of the Dutch company Multriwell, because its installation required 15 days shorter.
“We agreed with the conclusions of scientists as it is important for us now to meet the deadline and until June 15 to fully start the system degassing. It is confirmed by Dutch developers,” — said Deputy Minister of environment and natural resources Michael Link.
In the “Sound” will install a system of horizontal and vertical wells through which the gas will be sent to kondensatornii manifold and then into the recovery system. Multriwell technology was tested at the site “Preobrazhenka” in the Samara region, was used in the Netherlands, Poland, and Argentina.
Currently near the range of “Sound” has two stationary environmental monitoring stations that analyze air quality in the automatic mode every 20 minutes. Results are available on the website of the administration of the Volokolamsk area. Soon there will be two more stations. Also in the area of the landfill every evening to take the air samples, they show that the content of polluting substances in the atmosphere does not exceed the maximum permissible concentration.
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