South West | Transport, logistics

Tuapse Seaport's $8.9m greenworks

1 Sep '08
Stevedore company Tuapse Sea Trading Port has announced plans to invest $8.9m in an environmental program by 2010.

As a part of this program the company has already started to install vapor recovery systems for shipped oil products at oil-loading terminals.

State-owned company Center for Laboratory Testing and Technical Measurement in the South Federal District has been attracted to test waste gases for content of harmful substances.

The major shareholder of the stevedore company is Novolipetzk Metallurgic Company which has a 69.41% stake and Federal Agency for Federal Asset Management accounts for 25%.
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