Lviv gave a land area of 12.5 hectares in the Yavoriv training area for arrangement of a new landfill for solid waste storage. The decision was taken on Friday, January 27, at the session of the Commission on emergency situations of the Lvov regional state administration (Losa), reports Zahid.net.
Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman instructed the LOSA to convey to the city land for the construction on it of a waste recycling complex.
“Andriy Sadovyy (mayor of Lviv – ed.) has to personally write a letter to the LOG and to make a commitment for six months to build the landfill to begin operations. If you have the SLC – tomorrow it will be here and all will agree”, – said Groisman.
Lviv mayor Andriy Sadovy said that the problem with garbage is not solved 25 years for over 25 years due to the fact that “for all mayors and governors that was the only problem – we couldn’t find the areas.” “Today is a sacred day for the city” – summed up the Garden.
23 Jan Sadovy appealed to the Prime Minister asking him to instruct the extraordinary Commission to investigate possible new collapse of Gribovichi dump. Groysman said that “residents don’t have to suffer from mismanagement and helplessness of city officials”.
26 Jan 2017, President Petro Poroshenko met with Volodymyr Groysman and instructed him as soon as possible to solve the problem of waste disposal in Lviv, if you can’t cope with that local authority.
In may last year on Gribovichi dump massive fire occurred after a fire at the dump was a collapse. As a result, under the mountain of garbage was three rescuers, all of them died.
In fact the collapse of the police in Lviv region opened a criminal proceeding, and Grabovetskyy the dump was closed. In Lviv, the situation has deteriorated with the disposal of waste.