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UN to Aid Ukrainian War-Torn Cities Clear Debris and Trash Piles

Как эффективно избавляться от мусора и расчищать завалы в условиях войны? Программа развития ООН (ПРООН) при поддержке Европейского союза и правительства Японии предоставила необходимое оборудование 19 населенным пунктам по всей Украине.

С начала полномасштабной войны в стране образовались десятки миллионов тонн мусора. Совместно с партнерами ПРООН работает над укреплением потенциала местных сообществ по управлению отходами.

Инициатива ПРООН направлена на решение проблем, с которыми сталкиваются пострадавшие от войны общины. Ее цель – помочь им эффективно вывозить и перерабатывать мусор.

Киевская, Черниговская, Херсонская и Николаевская области получили 52 мусоровоза и 63 единицы тяжелой техники для вывоза мусора: самосвалы, гусеничные и колесные экскаваторы.

В Бучу, Чернигов и Николаев ПРООН доставила оборудование для переработки отходов, которые образуются после сноса зданий, в том числе машины для сортировки и дробления материалов. В Киевскую и Черниговкую область также была отправлена техника для переработки бытовых отходов.

На церемонии передачи оборудования делегаты осмотрели объект по переработке мусора в Буче, созданный при содействии ПРООН и ЕС. Эта инициатива направлена на создание одного из первых в Украине экологически чистых предприятий полного цикла по переработке мусора, способных быстро перерабатывать более 75 тысяч кубических метров отходов.

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«Расширяя возможности по управлению отходами на местном уровне, ЕС надеется как можно скорее восстановить нормальную жизнь в сообществах», – сказал представитель ЕС Питер Вагнер.

«Япония рада поддержать эти героические сообщества и области в расчистке завалов и управлении бытовыми отходами», – подчеркнул сотрудник посольства Японии в Украине Ясумаса Иидзима.

Анна Юрченко, заместитель министра развития общин, территорий и инфраструктуры Украины по вопросам европейской интеграции, выразила благодарность ПРООН, Евросоюзу и правительству Японии за поставку оборудования, добавив, что в условиях войны управление отходами стало серьезнейшей проблемой для Украины.

«Во многих населенных пунктах, особенно в тех, которые оказались под оккупацией, базовое коммунальное оборудование разрушено, а оставшееся – устарело и требует ремонта или замены», – сказала Юрченко.

«Их жители остро нуждаются в такой технике для расчистки завалов и мусоровозах, чтобы снова сделать жизнь комфортной и способствовать безопасному возвращению домой перемещенных лиц», – добавила она.

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  1. How can communities efficiently dispose of waste and clear debris in times of war?

    1. Communities facing the challenges of war-related waste disposal and debris clearance can benefit greatly from initiatives like the one led by UNDP. By providing essential equipment to affected areas, such as waste removal trucks and heavy machinery for debris clearance, organizations like UNDP are empowering local communities to tackle the waste management issues effectively. It’s heartening to see the support extended to regions like Kyiv, Chernihiv, Kherson, and Mykolaiv, demonstrating a commitment to sustainable waste solutions amid crisis.

  2. How can communities effectively manage waste and clear debris in wartime conditions? It’s great to see organizations like UNDP stepping in to provide equipment, but what specific strategies are being implemented to tackle the waste issue in Ukraine?

    1. Since the start of the full-scale war in the country, tens of millions of tons of waste have accumulated. Together with partners, UNDP is working on strengthening the waste management capacity of local communities. The UNDP initiative aims to address the problems faced by war-affected communities, helping them efficiently collect and process waste. Kyiv, Chernihiv, Kherson, and Mykolaiv regions have received 52 garbage trucks and 63 pieces of heavy equipment for waste collection: dump trucks, crawler and wheeled excavators. In Bucha, Chernihiv, and Mykolaiv, UNDP delivered equipment for processing waste generated after building demolitions, including machines for sorting and crushing materials. Kyiv and Chernihiv regions also received equipment for processing household waste. During the equipment handover ceremony, delegates inspected the waste processing facility in Bucha, established with the support of UNDP and the EU. This initiative is aimed at creating one of the first environmentally friendly enterprises in Ukraine.

  3. Since the beginning of the full-scale war in the country, tens of millions of tons of waste have accumulated. Along with our partners, UNDP is working on strengthening the waste management capacity of local communities. The UNDP initiative is aimed at addressing the problems faced by war-affected communities. Its goal is to help them effectively collect and process waste. The Kyiv, Chernihiv, Kherson, and Mykolaiv regions received 52 garbage trucks and 63 pieces of heavy equipment for waste collection: dump trucks, crawler and wheeled excavators. In Bucha, Chernihiv, and Mykolaiv, UNDP delivered equipment for processing waste generated after building demolitions, including machines for sorting and crushing materials. Machinery for processing household waste was also sent to the Kyiv and Chernihiv regions. At the equipment handover ceremony, delegates inspected the waste processing facility in Bucha, established with the support of UNDP and the EU. This initiative aims to create one of the first environmentally friendly enterprises in Ukraine.

  4. Since the start of the full-scale war in the country, tens of millions of tons of garbage have accumulated. Together with partners, UNDP is working on strengthening the waste management capacity of local communities. The UNDP initiative is aimed at solving the problems facing war-affected communities. Its goal is to help them effectively collect and process garbage. Kyiv, Chernihiv, Kherson, and Mykolaiv regions have received 52 garbage trucks and 63 pieces of heavy equipment for waste collection: dump trucks, crawlers, and wheel excavators. In Bucha, Chernihiv, and Mykolaiv, the UNDP delivered equipment for waste processing generated after building demolitions, including machines for sorting and shredding materials. Kyiv and Chernihiv regions also received equipment for processing household waste. At the equipment handover ceremony, delegates inspected the waste processing facility in Bucha, established with the assistance of the UNDP and EU. This initiative is aimed at creating one of the first environmentally friendly enterprises in Ukraine.

  5. Since the full-scale war began in the country, tens of millions of tons of trash have accumulated. Together with partners, UNDP is working on strengthening the waste management capacity of local communities. The UNDP initiative aims to address the problems faced by communities affected by the war. Its goal is to help them efficiently remove and recycle garbage. Kiev, Chernihiv, Kherson, and Mykolaiv regions have received 52 garbage trucks and 63 pieces of heavy equipment for waste removal: dump trucks, crawler and wheeled excavators. In Bucha, Chernihiv, and Mykolaiv, UNDP delivered equipment for processing the waste generated after building demolitions, including machines for material sorting and crushing. Equipment for processing household waste was also sent to the Kiev and Chernihiv regions. During the equipment handover ceremony, delegates inspected the waste processing facility in Bucha, created with the support of UNDP and the EU. This initiative aims to establish one of the first environmentally friendly enterprises in Ukraine.

  6. Since the full-scale war started in the country, tens of millions of tons of waste have accumulated. Together with partners, UNDP is working on strengthening the waste management capacity of local communities. The UNDP initiative is aimed at addressing the challenges faced by war-affected communities. Its goal is to help them efficiently transport and process waste. Kyiv, Chernihiv, Kherson, and Mykolaiv regions have received 52 garbage trucks and 63 pieces of heavy equipment for waste removal: dump trucks, tracked and wheeled excavators. In Bucha, Chernihiv, and Mykolaiv, UNDP delivered equipment for waste processing generated after building demolitions, including machines for sorting and crushing materials. Kyiv and Chernihiv regions also received equipment for processing household waste. At the equipment handover ceremony, delegates inspected the waste processing facility in Bucha, established with the assistance of UNDP and EU. This initiative aims to create one of the first environmentally friendly enterprises in Ukraine.

  7. How can communities effectively dispose of waste and clear debris in war conditions?

  8. Since the start of the full-scale war in the country, tens of millions of tons of garbage have accumulated. Together with partners, the UNDP is working to strengthen the waste management capacity of local communities. The UNDP initiative aims to address the issues faced by war-affected communities, helping them efficiently remove and recycle waste. Kiev, Chernihiv, Kherson, and Mykolaiv regions have received 52 garbage trucks and 63 pieces of heavy equipment for waste collection: dump trucks, crawler, and wheeled excavators. In Bucha, Chernihiv, and Mykolaiv, the UNDP delivered equipment for waste processing generated after building demolitions, including machines for sorting and crushing materials. The Kyiv and Chernihiv regions also received equipment for processing household waste. During the equipment handover ceremony, delegates inspected the waste processing facility in Bucha, established with the support of the UNDP and the EU. This initiative aims to create one of the first environmentally friendly enterprises in Ukraine.

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