Another company, Oris Prom, recycles scrap and waste of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, used tires, electronic and electrical equipment, household appliances, construction materials and reinforced concrete waste. Such activities are extremely important for the city, as the burial of worn-out tires has been prohibited in Russia since 2019, and since 2021 the burial of electronic and household appliances has also been banned.
Several years ago, Moscow set a goal to stop using buses by the end of 2021, completely replacing the vehicle fleet with electric buses. They began to ply the streets of Moscow in the fall of 2018, and even now on the roads, especially in the center, you can rarely find a classic bus. Representatives of government and business discussed which projects help the city switch to environmentally friendly transport: an intelligent power supply system for electric buses, the production of charging stations, etc.
The panel discussion participants came to the conclusion that concern for the environment is a trend in modern cities, the maintenance of which is impossible without the personal participation of each citizen and conscious consuming. Separate waste collection, avoiding hazardous materials, switching to electric vehicles is the future that most countries will soon do.