ChelPipe Group To Invest RUR 600m In Environmental Project

16 November 2018 (09:46)

UrBC, Chelyabinsk, November 16, 2018. ChelPipe Group is currently implementing a large-scale environmental project: based on the agreement ChelPipe Group, Russia’s Ministry for Natural Resources & The Environment, Rosprirodnadzor, and Chelyabinsk Region Government signed in 2016, a number of manufacturing water filtering facilities will get put up at the Group’s Chelyabinsk Pipe Rolling Plant (ChelPipe).

According to the Group’s press service, the plant is now at the first stage of project implementation and is working on the acid waste filtering facilities. This will cost more than RUR 600m to complete.

‘Reducing our impact on the nearby water reservoirs is one of the company’s key goals within the overall strategy to bring our negative environmental impact down,’ says ChelPipe’s Managing Director Evgeny Gubanov.

‘The acid waste filtering facilities will get put up by the end of 2019, which will prevent any potential discharge of waste into the water.’

The Group has a contract with the largest supplier of water treatment and manufacturing water filtering appliances and is busy with the design and survey work. Once the project has been audited successfully and a construction permit has been granted, ChelPipe will move on to the construction and assembly part of the project.

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