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The sum of one hundred and fifty billion rubles has been allocated for the substitution of antiquated and outmoded engineering networks and the erection of up-to-date treatment facilities.

Deputy of the State Duma of the Krasnodar Territory Sergey Altukhov gave details of the construction of new treatment facilities in Gelendzhik. It should be recalled that large-scale works on Cape Tonky are underway as part of the implementation of the concession contract.

The parliamentarian noted that putting the city survival system in order is one of the priorities of the “popular program” of the United Russia party. Altukhov clarified that about one hundred and fifty billion rubles are planned for the construction of new networks and the reconstruction of old networks.

“Now the construction of new treatment facilities has started on Cape Thin in Gelendzhik. The old ones on Cape Tolstoy are working at their maximum capacity. Considering the rate of growth of the city, it was decided to build a modern infrastructure to another part of Gelendzhik in order to distribute the load,” Altukhov said.

As MK in Kuban wrote earlier, it is planned that the construction of new treatment facilities will, in particular, save drinking water in Gelendzhik due to the possibility of returning treatment water to the city for irrigation. This will become possible after the installation of a post-treatment system based on microfilters.

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