In Averda's international waste management, the Tanger city waste treatment contract has twice won over two decades, and about one million dirhams have been planned.
The company is committed to the construction and operation of a "ultra-modern" space, including waste treatment facilities, a composting waste organic compound, storage center and gas recovery and recycling units. Bleach treatment says Averda's statement.
This site "determines the recovery rate of up to 25% from the second year of the project". In addition, it will generate electricity and, according to the same source, it will become a self-supplying vehicle in the region.
"Ten million dirhams will invest over the lifetime of Tangier project, bringing together more than 200 people, and Morocco will already add up to 3500 employees," the company reassured.
It should be emphasized that this site, according to international waste management standards, "respect for the environment and the benefit of local communities", while taking part in the development of Tangier.
With this agreement, Averda supplies "the provider of environmental services as a leader in new countries," says the company.