12:50, 01 June 2020

Specta's Waste Management Gains Momentum

CEO of Specta Group, a Metal-Expo regular exhibitor, Erik Helin and General Director  of “Specta Interpak” Denis Zavyalov took part in on-line meeting of Finnish ambassador Mikko Hautala with the General Director of public legal company “Russian Ecological Operator” Ilya Gudkov and Finnish companies operating in recycling of solid municipal waste.

The participants discussed different technologies of waste handling that were presented by  Finnish companies.

Specta representatives spoke about company’s experience in recycling plastic waste in Russia and their plans for further increase of recycling volume to provide raw material for their own production of PET strap.

Ilya Gudkov has expressed interest in cooperation with Finnish companies on implementation of these technologies and his company’s support of practical innovations in this sphere.

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