Japan could finance garbage to energy projects in Ukraine’s two largest cities, Kyiv and Kharkiv
Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Japan could finance garbage to energy projects in Ukraine’s two largest cities, Kyiv and Kharkiv

Japan could finance garbage to energy projects in Ukraine’s two largest cities, Kyiv and Kharkiv, Shigeki Sumi, Japan’s ambassador to Ukraine, told the Waste Management conference. After Japan International Cooperation Agency studied the garbage situation in both cities, JICA recommended setting up a waste to energy plant at Kyiv’s Pidhirtsi landfill, 30 km south of central Kyiv. Sumi said: “In the future, the Japanese government will be ready to provide loans to the government of Ukraine in order to implement such a system for generating electricity from waste.”

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