To date, it is planned to be implemented by Rakhnamo Service Limited Liability Company, which is a member of the Association and provides services for the removal of solid domestic waste in the Kibray district of the Tashkent region.

Within the framework of this project, the waste generated by 172,300 residents of the Kibray district is sorted, and the secondary waste contained in the waste is separated and disposed of by pyrolysis.

According to the results of the study, the morphological composition of household waste: food waste 9 percent, paper 4 percent, polymer 6 percent, glass 5 percent, metal 1 percent, textiles 2 percent, wood 0.5 percent, medical waste, batteries, batteries. lamps 0.5 percent and the rest 32 percent.

If the figures show, then when sorting 47.2 thousand tons of household waste generated on average per year in the Kibray region, about 50% of secondary products will be produced.

The Association plans to implement a project for the disposal of solid household waste by pyrolysis on the territory of Rakhnamo Service LLC, which provides services in the Kibray region.

The pyrolysis method consists in the irreversible chemical change of waste under the action of oxygen-free temperature. According to the degree of thermal effect on the substance, pyrolysis is divided into low-temperature pyrolysis - up to 900 ° C - and high-temperature pyrolysis - above 900 ° C. An increase in temperature leads to an increase in the amount of gas formed and a decrease in the yield of liquid and solid products.Waste gasification occurs during high-temperature pyrolysis. The technological scheme of this method provides for the production of secondary residues of synthesis gas from the biological component for the subsequent production of steam, hot water and electricity. An integral part of the products of high-temperature pyrolysis are solids in the form of slag, that is, residues that are not amenable to pyrolysis. The advantage of this method compared to direct waste incineration is its effectiveness in terms of preventing environmental pollution. It can be used to recycle waste that is difficult to dispose of, such as tires, plastics, used oils, sludge.After pyrolysis, no biologically active substances remain, so storing waste underground does not harm the natural environment. The resulting ash has a high density, which significantly reduces the amount of waste sent to underground storage. Heavy metals are not recovered during pyrolysis. The advantages of the method include the ease of storage and transportation of the resulting products, as well as the low energy consumption of the equipment.