Saudi Arabia will Use a New Management Scheme to Convert 3 Million Tonnes of Garbage into Fuel Each Year

Saudi Arabia will Use a New Management Scheme to Convert 3 Million Tonnes of Garbage into Fuel Each Year

According to a new agreement, Saudi Arabia will process almost 3 million tonnes of municipal solid garbage annually in six governorates to create fuels derived from refuse.

It is anticipated that the new plastic waste management initiative, a partnership between the Norwegian solution provider Empower and the German environmental consulting firm MVW Lechtenberg and Partner, will cut carbon emissions by about 1,791,300 tonnes annually.

This will help the Kingdom meet its environmental sustainability targets for a cleaner future, which include reducing pollution and safeguarding natural resources.

Additionally, it supports the country’s efforts to accomplish sustainable development objectives by implementing well-thought-out policies and procedures across all of its industries, including the National Environment Strategy.

A joint venture between MVW Lechtenberg, Partner Middle East, and the Saudi Investment Recycling Co. has been established in order to strengthen the capabilities and broaden the scope of this effort.

The Public Investment Fund of the Kingdom owns all of SIRC, which is a major participant in this initiative and acts as the executive branch of waste management in Saudi Arabia.

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