A Memorandum of understanding was signed between SINOSTEEL & SHANECO on April 16.
Today, on the 14th of May, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of SHANECO!!!
Congratulations to all our employees with a great holiday, I wish you good health and realization of creative plans and ideas.
On March 29-30, 2017, Bureau Veritas Certification Rus JSC conducted the Supervisory Audit, confirming that the quality management system complies with all the requirements of ISO 9001: 2008
Russian Technical Society, the customer for the Nekrasovka landfill rehabilitation project in Moscow, continues public consultations as part of the project’s environmental impact assessment.
A conference on priority regulatory documents for design of infrastructure facilities was held on 23 October 2016 in the Moscow Government building. The conference was chaired by E. Pupyrev, a member of the National Association of Surveyors and Designers and the Chairman of the Engineering Infrastructure Committee. Participants adopted a resolution reflecting the professional community’s opinion on the topic. SHANECO was represented by Alexander Ryabenko, a deputy CEO.
The auditors confirmed the laboratory’s compliance with the accreditation criteria in line with Order No 326 of the Ministry of Economic Development dated 30/05/14.
A strategic environmental assessment looks at the proposed activity’s compliance with environmental requirements and the probable environmental and socio-economic implications of the proposed strategic solutions. Strategic environmental assessments (SEA) as a pre-emptive tool have been proactively used in several countries for several decades and comprise a system of approaches to embed environmental considerations in strategic planning and assess their connection with environmental and social aspects.
Pursuant to MNPZ’s Reconstruction and Modernisation Programme until 2020, the Moscow Oil Refinery commenced implementation of the Combined Oil Refining Unit construction project. The project is a key element of the modernisation programme, which also includes replacement of obsolete crude distillation capacity and reduction of the plant’s environmental impact.
The first customer is CNEEC (China National Electric Engineering Corporation) implementing an EPC contract for the construction of the Kimkano-Sutarsky mining and concentration plan in the Jewish Autonomous District of Russia.