In a resounding testament to their commitment towards environmental betterment, Russian steel maker Metalloinvest embarks on a transformative odyssey. This journey finds its focal point at the crushing and screening plant of Mikhailovsky GOK, christened after the venerable A.V. Varichev. The echelons of technical refinement are being scaled, ushering in a crescendo of improvements in the realm of gas cleaning systems.The climax of this endeavor lies in the installation of more potent filters. These sentinel filters, poised in the domains of dry filtration, assume the mantle of wresting purity from the exhaust gases. Simultaneously, the stage of wet filtration witnesses an elevation in the efficacy of dust deposition, facilitated by water's gentle touch. A symphony of precision comes to fruition through the orchestration of automation devices, poised to conduct the grandeur of control with unrivaled precision.Mr. Anton Zakharov, the erudite Managing Director of Mikhailovsky GOK, lends his insight: “The technical re-equipment of gas cleaning systems emerges as the keystone of Metalloinvest's Environmental Program, a tapestry of initiatives nurturing a direct and tangible environmental impact across the conglomerate's production sites.”With deft expertise, the metamorphosis encompasses 11 gas purification entities nestled within the plant's realm. As the sands of time shift, this journey follows the echoes of progress, for four of these entities had earlier undergone a meticulous reconstruction.The tapestry of transformation is scripted to culminate in 2025, as the grand curtain of technical re-equipment falls. The tally of investment in this symphony of progress scales greater heights, surpassing the threshold of 200 million rubles.