MAN Enterprise, Grundon partner in waste treatment projects
An agreement to develop waste facilities across the Middle East and Africa has been signed by local construction firm MAN Enterprise and UK-based Grundon Waste Management.
According to the agreement, MAN Enterprise is the exclusive partner for waste management projects that Grundon bids for in the region. The bidding will not be related to the waste crisis in the local market.
Grundon will provide recommendations on Best Available Technology (BAT) and knowledge transfer on the technical aspects of establishing waste infrastructure, including the design, build, installation and commissioning of waste treatment facilities such as Materials Recovery Facilities (MRFs), recycling, composting, Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) and Energy from Waste (EfW) facilities. It will also provide expertise in health and safety, environmental mitigation, and the development of effective and sustainable working practices.
Michel Abi Nader, MAN Enterprise Chairman, said: “The Middle East and Africa regions are currently witnessing tremendous growth in their populations and economies, this is posing additional challenges to a solid waste sector that is already suffering from a lack of efficient and sustainable solutions.”
Grundon Waste Management is the UK’s largest family-owned supplier and operator of integrated waste management and environmental solutions.
Reported by Yassmine Alieh
Date Posted: May 13, 2016