Opening of new waste sorting, storage and transportation stations soon

* The provincial council presented, on Thursday, a proposal for investments within the integrated waste management system, which will start working as of January next year.

A few years behind schedule compared to the original project, the integrated waste management system in Brăila County will start operating from January next year. The sewage operator that will serve the Brăila county – RER Corporation – has been established and finally the sorting, storage and transportation stations of Vădeni, Ianca and Insuraței have also been completed. On Thursday, September 22, the Braila County Council immediately gave a presentation, inviting the local press to visit the stations of Vădeni and Insuraței.

“The investments here have been rigorous in integrated waste management. They happily complement the circle of concerns for a clean environment and people’s health, through better management of sites and every home, etc. Because it is not enough just paved roads, parks, water, sewage, electricity – if you don’t know or don’t want to Be a good home owner. To protect life, nature and the environment.”Tell us Ionel EborianoVice President of the Provincial Council of Braila.

The first documentation station was carried out at the sorting station and the biomechanical treatment plant for the remaining vegetable residues, which were built within the radius of Vădeni municipality, a few kilometers from the municipality, near DN 23 Brăila – Focșani. Imposing its modern architecture, built only of metal and concrete, the sorting station for various fractions (paper, cardboard, blankets, glass, ferrous metals, wood and plastic) assembled from residents and economic agents has a high degree of automation, with machines from Germany: air conditioning installations, conveyor belts, glass crusher, High capacity containers, baler for carton, PET paper and board. In the premises of the Vădeni target, there is also an outdoor fire-fighting pool, and large-capacity containers, large-tonnage vehicles, bulldozers, etc. serve the technological processes. The composting plant has a pretreatment hall for biodegradable waste, which is shredded and sieved, and the minerals are removed with the help of magnets. Next comes storage in six high-capacity cells of compost (which can be used as compost or after dehydration as fuel), and two more cells are dedicated to the remaining vegetable waste.

I got other details from Engineer Jorge Popa (Project Manager) and Engineer Carmen Boya, Member of the Prefectural Council on Environmental Issues and Delegate for Prekata, owner of the station. “The station has an administrative building with all the necessary social facilities, and about 50 people will work in the halls. It is forbidden to receive waste such as tires, furniture, textiles, televisions, household appliances, etc. in the station. It should be noted that the station has a storage capacity of 30 thousand tons of waste and treats 26 thousand tons Annually and 80 tons per day. The incoming waste comes from 150,000 people living in Brăila, Vădeni, Siliştea and Măxineni. Residents here will receive a 1.1 cubic meter container and a composter for free. Cold tests have been carried out, so that the investment can be put into operation at the end of this year / beginning of the year 2023”. The county council, motivated by the reduction of electricity consumption, intends to install photovoltaic panels. However, it should be borne in mind that here strong winds, dust and snow also require the creation of a protective curtain, as well as removable walls in the hall that only has a roof.

The transfer station of Insuraței will serve 11 localities, with 46,000 inhabitants

Near Insuraţei, on the road to Zăvoaia, another investment has been completed: the Insuraţei transfer station. As Steluţa Zainea, Director of ADI-ECO Danube told us, “The beneficiaries of the station are citizens of 10 rural localities and the town of Insuraţei. It has a population of about 46000, of which 6000 are in the urban environment. The transmission capacity of the station is 5000 tons/year and it is automatic and the waste coming from the surrounding areas is By bringing high-capacity transportation vehicles, to be shipped to the station sorting and Ianca Compliant Deposit. Regarding the station and warehouse in Ianca, we remind you that it is designed for a very large number of areas, with a population of 113,000, from the south, west and southwest of the province. Its capacity is 12500 tons/year, of which 5000 tons/year is for sorting.

We will come back with other details about the concerns of the county council regarding waste storage, sorting and recovery in line with everything that is modern in the world; For efficiency, economy and clean environment. Until then, the success of the investments made is determined mainly by the attitude of people, territorial administrative units, economic agents, etc. Since a change of attitude is absolutely necessary, that is, a civilized and responsible change, including the use of gifts received. Everything for a clean environment, a better life and the health of the residents of this county.

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