South Russia?s nanotech-based waste recycling announced

South Russia?s nanotech-based waste recycling announcedA high tech facility to recycle solid and other wastes has been announced for the Stavropol region in South Russia.

A high tech factory to recycle solid and other wastes has been announced for the Stavropol region in South Russia, Stavropol News reports. The new project, with an estimated $33m price tag, reportedly calls for the setup of a fully automated nanotech-based production facility processing 100% of wastes into raw stock to make construction materials and some other items. Under plans, the factory will have three production lines, each with a capacity of 125 tons of wastes a day. The project owner is Stroyindustria, a Russian construction company. Its management claims the future facility will be ?absolutely eco-friendly? and can therefore be set up in the city of Nevinomyssk. Regional authorities, however, suggest that the factory be built next to waste landfills outside cities and towns, which would also simplify logistics for the project initiator...