AMUT
Municipal waste recycling plant for Egypt's Minya Governorate / Scheme could be extended across the country
Amut Ecotech, part of Italian extrusion specialist Amut (Novara; www.amut.it), has supplied a waste recycling facility to the city of Edwa in the Egyptian Governorate of Minya.

The plant, which will go into operation by next month, is designed to separate 300 t per day of municipal waste. Dry wastes will be processed to extract recyclable materials both for sale and use as fuel, while the organic waste will be treated biologically to produce compost for agricultural applications. The facility represents a pilot scheme that will be replicated in other rural governorates aimed at upgrading the country’s overall management of municipal waste.

The project is being financed by the Italian Egyptian Debt for Development Swap Programme, based on a commercial agreement between Italy and Egypt.
18.05.2017 Plasteurope.com [236936-0]
Published on 18.05.2017

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