Georgian government has approved Rustavi air quality improvement action plan – according to the Minister of Environment Protection and Agriculture Levan Davitashvili who explained that the main aim of this plan is to improve the quality of air on the territory of Rustavi and its adjacent areas, which is in its turn is the indispensable precondition for the environmental enhancement.
According to the Minister the plan sets new regulations to contain industrial emissions: New regulations will target 25 large factories in Rustavi and more than 100 enterprises around the country. “As per new regulations, factories will be obliged to set up special dust filters and monitor the emissions” – Government decree states.
The budget for the new plan is set at more than 62 million GEL.
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