Meanwhile,SBM and South Vietnam technology institute also signed five high-tech projects, including: Located in Tien Giang Province, wind power and thermal power projects; advanced tire factory; antibiotics pharmaceutical companies; electronic waste composting plants and waste treatment plants.
2. MO chit in Moscow airport expansion budget worth 197.8 billion rubles
According to Russia the bulletin reports on November 11, according to Moscow more than your Jet before 2023 at the airport expansion plans worth more, need to build 3 of the Terminal, a business centre and office buildings and hotels, investment budget of 197.8 billion rubles (approximately US $ 6.2 billion). Owner financing plan for the airport, 111.9 billion rubles (about US $ 3.5 billion) Eurobond issue from budget and the airport, 62.4 billion rubles (about US $ 2 billion) using its own funds, 23.4 billion rubles (about US $ 700 million) to attract private investment. In addition, the airport will also implement modern renovation, increasing Moscow MTR station to airport light-rail lines. It is learnt that the Russia Government has not yet decided that the airport expansion project.
3.2020 Kazakhstan plans to invest more than 600 million U.S. dollars for the development of transport logistics infrastructure
Kazakh Prime Minister's official website on November 7 hearing, Kazakhstan Bahn AG, held in the Kazakh president Ma 2nd International Transportation Logistics Business Forum "Kazakhstan - New Silk Road" to speak that to 2020, Kazakhstan total investment will total more than 600 million U.S. dollars for the development of transport and logistics infrastructure. Ma also said, "Kazakhstan - New Silk Road" program provides for establishment of an international transport and logistics system, attracting Kazakh Eurasian transit transportation through logistics.
4. According to local media reports in Nigeria, Nigerian Federal Airport Authority General Manager Mr. George said that the Nigerian federal government has invested $ 870 million for the upgrading of airport infrastructure designed to improve the Nigerian domestic airport services and conditions. George also said that Egypt and South Africa, in addition to an annual flow of more than 30 million passengers the airport, remaining only eight African National Airport traffic reached 7,000,000 passengers annually. Airport traffic too lead to many African International Airport construction investment is difficult to recover, so only six African countries to invest in upgrading the airport, while Nigeria is one of them.
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Concrete recovery fast facts
• Concrete is a durable building material that is also recoverable.
• It is estimated that roughly 25 billion tonnes of concrete are manufactured globally each year. This means over 1.7 billion truck loads each year, or about 6.4 million truck loads a day, or over 3.8 tonnes per person in the world each year.
• Twice as much concrete is used in construction around the world than the total of all other building materials, including wood, steel, plastic and aluminum.1
• About 1,300 million tonnes of waste are generated in Europe each year, of which about 40%, or 510 million tonnes, is construction and demolition waste (C&DW). The US produces about 325 million tonnes of C&DW, and Japan about 77 million tonnes. Given that China and India are now producing and using over 50% of the world’s concrete,2 their waste generation will also be signifi cant as development continues.
• Many countries have recycling schemes for C&DW concrete and very high levels of recovery are achieved in countries such as the Netherlands, Japan, Belgium and Germany. In some countries waste concrete is typically put in landfi ll. Variations in calculation methods and availability of data make cross-country comparison diffi cult at the present time.
• Recovered concrete from C&DW can be crushed and used as aggregate. Road sub-base is the predominant use. It can also be used in new concrete.
• Returned concrete (fresh, wet concrete that is returned to the ready mix plant as surplus) can also be successfully recycled. Recovery facilities to reuse the materials exist on many production sites in the developed world. Over 125 million tonnes are generated each year.
• Recycling concrete reduces natural resource exploitation and associated transportation costs, and reduces waste landfi ll. However, it has little impact on reducing greenhouse gas emissions as most emissions occur when cement is made, and cement alone cannot be recycled.
• Green building schemes acknowledge C&DW recovery and encourage the use of recycled materials including recycled concrete.