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25 November 2020
One of the main objectives of “waste reform” in Russia that began in 2019 is the creation of sufficient production capacities for the processing and disposal of municipal solid (i.e. household) waste.
In addition to organisational and administrative measures, the achievement of this objective largely depends on the financial support of the reform programme.
This article covers the existing sources and forms of project financing, as well as additional newly announced support measures.
This material continues the series of our articles on the waste reform (which you can access below). For more information on the financing issues facing waste reform in Russia, follow this link to the main article.
Below you will find the Japanese version of the article.
English version is available here.