As part of the “Clean Country” project in Russia (2017-2025) , five incineration plants are to be built within 2022; four in the Moscow region and one in the Tatarstan region. The plants were supposed to be constructed in October 2017, but now the governor of the Moscow region, Andrei Vorobiev has announced that the construction of the plants will be postponed to 2019 . The aim with these incineration plants is to reduce the environmental damage from buried solid household waste by recycling the waste. It is estimated that the waste will be reduced with 30% by 2023 and thereby improving the living condition for 23 million people and produce 2.68 kWh electricity per year, according to the “Clean Country” report. It is planned that the operator of all of the five incineration plants will be RT-invest, the subsidiary company of Rostec  . In total an amount of 243.4 billion rubles (equivalent to 4.142668 billion USD) has been invested in the project so far .