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There is currently a tendency in the European Union to change the legal regulation of waste management on a regular basis. It seems that Russia is also in the middle of a similar trend, as amendments to Russian waste management legislation are currently under discussion as well.
Below are a few comments on the potential direction that the proposed changes to the waste management legislation in Russia may take. The concepts that could be introduced have much in common with those in force in the EU in the field of waste management and investment in waste management infrastructure.