Nakhodka Trade Sea Port invests RUB 1 billion in construction of water treatment facilities
In summer 2019, Nakhodka Trade Sea Port (NTSP, Primorsky Territory) embarked on construction of water treatment facilities at its production terminals. According to the press center of the stevedoring company, investments into the project are to exceed RUB 1 billion.
NTSP water treatment facilities will feature a closed water recycling system. Its key task is to prevent entering of untreated technical water and rainwater into soil and waters. Untreated waters will be used for road washing and sprinkling that fight dust during handling of loose cargo.
All construction and assembling operations in the main part of the port and at the multipurpose terminal on the Astafyev Cape strictly comply with the schedule with the startup/setup operations and commissioning planned for 2020.
The project on construction of water treatment facilities is a part of NTSP’s comprehensive programme on transition to the safest technologies of cargo transshipment and ensuring favorable living conditions for Nakhodka citizens. Those obligations have been confirmed by the agreement signed by the port management with the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, Primorsky Territory Authorities, Rosprirodnadzor and FSUE Rosmorport at SPIEF 2018.
Nakhodka Trade Sea Port is a stevedore company, operator of a terminal in the eastern Gulf of Peter the Great, in the Nakhodka Bay (Primorsky Territory). The port is able to handle up to 580 railcars per day. Warehousing facilities area is 300,000 square meters.