Umalat increases the ecological safety of Sevsk

28 May 2019
Umalat increases the ecological safety of Sevsk Umalat Company laid the first stone of the second phase of wastewater treatment works. The official ceremony was attended by Alexander Zhigunov, deputy governor of Bryansk Oblast, and Alexander Kurakin, head of the government of Sevsk municipal district.

ZAO Umalat started the second phase of wastewater treatment works. At the event which marked a new phase in the town’s ecological safety, a memory plaque was fixed on the stone, symbolizing the start of constructing biological wastewater treatment works.

Several high-ranking guests gave a speech at the ceremony: Alexander Zhigunov, deputy governor of Bryansk Oblast, Alexey Martynenko, general director of ZAO Umalat, Alexander Kurakin, head of the government of Sevsk municipal district, and Andrey Smirnov, technical director of OOO KWI International, main contractor of Umalat in building hi-tech wastewater treatment works. They told about specifics of wastewater works and highlighted their importance for nature preservation and development of Bryansk Oblast.

Afterwards the guests were able to study the works project in detail and took part in a tour of the Umalat factory. They saw a new modern facility for the production of mozzarella as well as sulguni and chechil cheeses. Thanks to it, ZAO Umalat will be able to several times increase fresh cheese production. The guests were also treated with a presentation and tasting of the company’s products.

New wastewater treatment works are of paramount importance for Sevsk as they will treat town’s wastewater as well, reprocessing it into clean water, hence minimizing environmental damage.

Minimization of the impact of potential technogenic factors on the nature is one of Umalat’s primary tasks. To this end the company specialists use only bio-degradable washing agents, and the products are manufactured only from natural ingredients. Hi-tech equipment at the production facilities allows reducing thermal impact on the nature.
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Alexey Martynenko’s article for Forbes