The used goods market, which was previously offered by integra at the guterbahnhof, is getting a new lease of life. As district administrator klaus peter sollner () indicated at yesterday's meeting of the district council's environment committee, both the BRK district association and the diakonie with its managing directors jurgen dippold and karl-heinz kuch signaled that they were prepared to develop a concept for a used goods market. They were even running this together if necessary. Volunteers and the employment agency are also to be integrated into this concept with regard to a claim. The environmental committee agreed that both parties should work out a concept and submit it to the district administration office.
District administrator sollner also referred to the motions of the FDP district association and the district council faction bundnis 90/die grunen. The free democrats in their letter of 22. The question of where people in need who are not in a position to buy new furniture can pick up used furniture in the future was raised by the drechsler environmental protection company in september, and it was established that "comparable services in bayreuth and kronach will continue to operate for many years to come."
And the district council faction bundnis 90/die grunen came to the conclusion in its motion: "by closing integra, the district of kulmbach will lose an important potential for waste avoidance on the part of the waste management industry. The possibility of employing, challenging and placing welfare recipients is also reduced. The supply especially of the socially weak population strata with used goods should also be implemented here. Such models work in other local authorities, so it would be worthwhile to investigate and install an analogous concept for kulmbach as well."
There was an acute need for action
District administrator sollner told the environmental committee that they would also involve their own social services department in order to arrive at a sustainable solution.
Sollner also commented on the award decision of the district committee regarding the establishment and operation of a collection point for waste electrical and electronic equipment to the company drechsler umweltschutz KG, kulmbach. After the awo district association announced the liquidation of integra on 30. September 2017 had informed the district office of kulmbach, action had to be taken quickly. The establishment and operation of a collection point for electrical appliances was then postponed to the period from 1 january 2009. October 2017 to 30. September 2020 limited and with an option on verlangerung advertised. According to gunter sollner, five companies were invited to submit a bid, but only drechsler umweltschutz KG from kulmbach submitted a bid. There was therefore an acute need for action. District administrator sollner praised the quick decision of his two employees detlef zenk and gunter sollner: "in a relatively short time, a solution was put in place. We were obligated to act and have found a sustainable solution. My employees reacted quickly and with foresight."