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Oct 12, 2007 19:31 EEST
October 12 (SeeNews) - Estonia's InnovaTek Baltic Service wants to build a 30 million euro ($42.5 million) waste processing plant in the northern Bulgarian city of Pleven, state news agency BTA reported on Friday.
The facility will be built on a total area of 25-30,000 square metres in up to 18 months, BTA said.
The unit will use two technologies - the first with a capacity to process 25 tonnes a day of biological waste and the second - 150 tonnes of plastic waste a day. The return on investment is seen at five years.
The feasibility study on the project, already proposed to the country's environment ministry and local authorities, is due to be completed withing 135 days, BTA said.
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