September 12 inaugurated the long-awaited discharge station, whose construction began in 2011.
The new station will clear the drain to 10,000 cubic meters of wastewater per day, or 3.6 million cubic meters per year, which fully covers the needs of Yakutsk to date.
This is the first large-scale project which has received a real embodiment of the twenty-first century in the city. Built in 1968 the drain of Yakutsk station by the end of the 90 mentally and physically obsolete so that actually turned into a source of environmental pollution. According to the Ministry of Nature Protection of the Republic, the Lena River water annually in the city dropped more than 2 million cubic meters of wastewater, of which only 24% meet sanitary requirements.
In 2009, the district administration of Yakutsk pledged to build a new oil filling station. In 2010, established a permanent inter-ministerial commission working on the construction project and approved a plan of actions. Since 2011, construction work began.
The new drain station incorporates the output tray that can accept both 30 vehicles carrying liquid waste, two-equalization tank for 3000 cubic meters each, a system of sewers connecting the reservoir to the new treatment plant.
On this day, in a solemn ceremony were awarded the people, through which capital has received such a gift. After the transfer of the head of the discharge station Vitaly Vicus symbolic key, the mayor launched a one-touch operation of the plant in place.
The celebration was attended by the mayor Aisen Nikolaev, Member of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation Igor Shubin,
First Deputy Minister of Housing and Energy of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Vladimir Tikhonov, participants of the International Conference "International Assembly of major cities and capitals", workers’ Glavstroy ", JSC" YAGTK "ISU" SEGH. "