10 June 2020 - 12:35
  • News Code: 303725
Industrial Landfill Site of Pars Special Zone Launched

TEHRAN (Shana) -- Pars Special Energy Economic Zone Organization's Solid Industrial Waste Disposal Unit with a capacity of 100,000 tons was put into operation.

According to Pars Special Economic Energy Zone Organization, Bahram Dashti-Nejad, the head of the organization's senior HSE Unit, at the opening ceremony of the Khakchal Landfill Site on Tuesday, said the 11-hectare project was designed in the three phases: waste landfill, recycling unit and waste incineration.

He added the landfill was designed based on the geographical topography of the region on a sloping surface with an investment of IRR. 200 billion by the private sector, creating jobs for 150 people indirectly.

South Pars industrial and petrochemical units are facing limitations in terms of waste disposal standards, in such a way that some of them have more than a thousand tons of waste depot, which will be curbed by implementation of this project, the official argued.

“If the capacity increases, it will be possible to provide services to the whole province of Bushehr,” he said.

Dashti-Nejad stated: “This industrial solid waste landfill is one of the most special units in terms of attention to the environment and rural and urban areas, and with three layers of GCL, washed sand and GEO TEXTILE, which is considered a waste separator, it is practically impossible for the waste to leak leachate to the environment.”

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