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Having well-functioning collection systems in place is the first step towards having an effective circular economy. REMONDIS has repeatedly shown over the years how the combination of international know-how and local expertise can drive success in a very short period of time. One of the latest examples of such collaboration work can be found in the Republic of Mordovia in the Volga Region.
Having been operating in Mordovia since 2011, REMONDIS was given the task of collecting municipal waste for a total of 800,000 local inhabitants at the beginning of 2018. With the majority of the people living in rural areas, the biggest challenge for the company here was to set up a waste collection system from scratch. By the beginning of 2020, 374 villages with 700,000 residents in all had joined the new system.
REMONDIS has been operating in the Republic of Mordovia since 2011 and is responsible for managing and recycling municipal waste for a total of
Two further steps have been achieved this year with 32 villages (7,500 residents) becoming part of the scheme in May and 152 rural districts with a further 22,500 residents joining the network in September. This task, therefore, of setting up a comprehensive refuse collection system will soon have been successfully completed. But that’s not all: REMONDIS’ plans for next year include building a new refuse pre-treatment plant to close the loop.
Collecting residual waste in the District of Sivin
A reliable waste collection service is particularly important during a pandemic. REMONDIS is providing just such a service in Mordovia as well – and has been praised by the local press for its work.