Construction of a hazardous waste recycling plant is planned in Pavlodar.
A hazardous waste recycling plant worth $100 million will be built in Pavlodar in Kazakhstan’s north.
Nazarbayev University scientists have developed a method of restoring and cleaning office paper.
According to the Association of Kazakhstan Auto Business (AKAB) president Andrey Lavrentiyev, it takes $425 million to introduce recycling of used cars in Kazakhstan.
The first recycling plant for used tires has been launched in Kyzylorda city in southern Kazakhstan.
China's commercial hub Shanghai plans to turn recycled cooking oil, some of it seized by authorities, into an environmental asset by converting it into fuel for vehicles.
Recycling entrepreneur Tom Szaky is stubbing out the world's cigarette problem -- one butt at a time.
This standard will officially come into effect on July 1, 2013, almost a year after its approval.
Only 5% of all waste produced in Kazakhstan is recycled, with the other waste being kept at dumps.
Almaty domestic wastes are used for production of utensils, construction materials, elements of playgrounds and packing materials.
- Pavlodar Oblast
- Nazarbayev University
- cooking oil
- Asia Pacific
- United States