Recycling of Waste is Profitable area of Small Business Entities’ Activity

   Wastes formed in the Republic of Uzbekistan are divided into three categories: Wastes formed in the Republic of Uzbekistan are divided into three categories: industrial waste, domestic waste and sediments of sewage, domestic waste and sediments of sewage. In our country solid waste is buried at waste burial dumps in special allocated places. Industrial waste can be recycled into secondary row material. Today powerful regulatory and legislative base on waste management has been created in Uzbekistan. Five laws of the Republic of Uzbekistan, nine Resolutions and Decrees of the President and the Cabinet Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan, twenty eight rules and norms, methodological recommendations, work documents, sanitary regulations and norms (SanPiN) connected with waste management has been adopted. Among them there are the Laws of the Republic of Uzbekistan ‘On Nature Protection’ (1992), ‘On State Sanitary Supervision (1992), the Land Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan (1998), ‘On Radiation Safety’ (2000) and ‘On Waste’ (2002). These documents pay great attention to the recycling of waste. 
    Besides that, taking into consideration that the government of the Republic of Uzbekistan declared 2011 ‘The Year of Small Business and Private Entrepreneurship’, the small business entities and private entrepreneurship should be involved in this kind of activity. Privileged loans will be allocated to them in this year; the opportunities for innovative work will be improved. This work promises significant incomes to such enterprises, allows preserving the environment and helps to create new job places. There are many examples of successful development of such activity in our country.
    Thus, the individual enterprise ‘OZKORTEKS’ Ltd actively works in the area of recycling of cotton and textile production wastes in Yangiyul city of the Tashkent province. This enterprise recycles wastes of cotton – ulyuk, received in the course of processing of row-cotton, wastes of spinning and weaving production. It also sorts and re-presses wastes of sewing production – clippings, rags, cleaning cotton materials, stockinet, cotton cabbage and synthetics in large volume by colour, type and size. This firm is young. The main area of its activity is recycling of textile wastes. The individual enterprise ‘OZOKORTEKS’ Ltd was founded and registered in June 2005 for investment in the textile branch of Uzbekistan industry. At present this enterprise exports its production to Turkey, Russia, China and Korea.
    As this example shows, small business and private entrepreneurship have great opportunity in the area of waste recycling. Owing to the state attention to development and strengthening of small business and private entrepreneurship in Uzbekistan, it is possible to successfully work in this branch. For this it is necessary to assess needs for secondary row materials, select the equipment and launch the production.

R.Ibragimov

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