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Marasmus progresses: Russia offers to make electricity out of products from sanctions list

Yuri Luzhkov, the former Mayor of Moscow, has taken the initiative to use sanctions products for generation of fertilizers, biogas or electricity.
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The former Mayor of Moscow, Yuri Luzhkov, has taken the initiative to use the products from the sanctions list for generation of fertilizers, biogas or electricity, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to Izvestiia.

“Any organic material can be processed into electricity. I’ve got electricity by processing residues of hay and straw, by processing manure from cows. If you use manure of 1.5 thousand cows, add remains of hay or straw, you can get as much electricity as it is needed for lighting a barn and having milking equipment work,” said the former Mayor of Moscow.

It should be noted that Yuri Luzhkov is currently engaged in agriculture in the Kaliningrad region. He believes that rational use of organic raw materials helps to save energy costs and is of benefit for agriculture. Luzhkov recalls that in the Belgorod region is a plant that processes meat waste into biogas.

Earlier we reported that in St. Petersburg was held an action against destruction of the sanctions products. The rally was organized by the Democratic Petersburg movement.

“We believe that the decision of the Russian authorities about the destruction of ‘antisanctions’ food at the border is a blasphemy and it borders on a crime, the statement posted on Facebook reads.  The action against the destruction of products and ‘antisanctions’ was held on the Nevsky prospect.

It should be recalled that under the decree signed by the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, in Russia are massively destroyed the products from the sanctions list.