"Technical-financial problems" hindering invest 7,000 tons waste per day Bagdad
It announced that the secretariat of Baghdad, on Saturday, burying 7000 tons of waste in the capital Baghdad, a day, and confirmed that the technical and financial problems have prevented the establishment of plants for recycling and investing, and with the Ministry of Health and Environment, described the landfill operation as "primitive", the Baghdad Provincial Administration unveiled a plan to invest waste in the production of electric energy.
The Director of Relations and Media at the secretariat of Baghdad, Hakim Abdul Zahra in an interview (long-Presse) that "the Baghdad Municipality has established nine typical manufacturing plants circuits municipal 14, part of a plan to establish a manufacturing plant for all municipal districts," noting that "the construction of these stations comes as part of a plan to rotate waste across the two labs for recycling, has completed construction works for them, but the technical and financial problems prevented to supplement the waste is sorted in Baghdad. "
He said Abdul Zahra, the "waste sorting and recycling will save huge amounts of money by converting 60% of this waste as fertilizer, and 20% of the feedstock and bury the rest of them," pointing out that "the Secretariat transported daily 7,000 tons of waste from throughout the capital to be landfilled healthy" .
He said Abdul Zahra, that "the law does not allow the Secretariat to impose fees on the citizens, through which the contract with specialized companies in the hygiene sector," returned to "the two companies operating in the field of hygiene in the capital may have achieved success in their work."
Landfill primitive and claims infrastructure that waste recycling
For its part criticized the Ministry of Health and the environment the way the landfill currently in use in Iraq, while confirming that the waste recycling projects will reduce government spending and provide a source of additional income.
Media Advisor to the Ministry of Health and the Environment Ameer Ali Hassoun, said in an interview (long-Presse) that "the secretariat of Baghdad municipal departments demanding the establishment of infrastructure projects to recycle waste," returned "These projects will contribute to the improvement of the environmental level in the capital Baghdad and other provinces, as well as to reduce government spending and provide additional material income. "
He described Hassoun landfill operations currently being used as "primitive", noting that "most countries left this method in the landfill, and are benefiting from the waste in the industrial side."
In turn, the Baghdad Provincial Administration unveiled a project to make use of waste in the production of electrical energy after performances by a Canadian company in this area.
He said the first deputy governor of Baghdad, Jassim Alboukhata in an interview (long-Presse) that "the administration of the province signed a memorandum of understanding with specialized Canadian company affairs waste recycling," noting that "the Canadian company made a number of offers for the recycling of them take advantage of the waste for the production of electrical energy and industrial purposes ". Alboukhata explained that "the administration of the province was sending a technical team to Canada to see the company's business," noting that "the technical team will discuss the economic and relevance of the experiment carried out in India and European countries to Iraq feasibility conditions."
Alboukhata He continued that "field inspection work will be to locate the landfill after the agreement with the company, the company is building its own recycling plants," stressing that "the construction of the plants will not take a long time."
Alboukhata He pointed out that "the company is will process waste collection of citizens to recycling plants and converts it into electrical energy," pointing out that "the company has made a number of options, which will maintain the choice of the most suitable among them for the reality of the environment and climate management." The secretariat of Baghdad, announced in the (February 22, 2014) to collect more than 7,000 tons per day of waste in the capital, Baghdad, and while confirming that these quantities received in landfill sites converted to the manufacturing plants, attributed the reasons not to take advantage of them not to build a laboratory recycling in completeness both sides of the capital.
The waste recycling project achieves technical and economic feasibility, through the material generated from raw materials and industrial vehicles and granulated metal, sulfur, salts, zinc and clean water, and the resulting synthetic gas can be used for industrial or household or in a run for the production of electrical power steam boilers purposes, and can get biofuel for the purposes of operating power stations gas.