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The solid waste plant will have a capacity of 3,275 tonnes per day.
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CNIM-led consortium wins Kuwait waste treatment project

KUWAIT, August 23, 2017

A consortium led by French Constructions Industrielles de La Mediterranee (CNIM) has been chosen to execute the Kabd Municipal Solid Waste Project, Kuwait Authority for Partnership Projects (KAPP) has said.

The consortium will have a concession period of 25 years, in addition to 44 months for designing and construction, a Kuwait News Agency report quoting the KAPP said.

The CNIM consortium will include Gulf Investment Corporation (GIC) and Al Mulla Group.

Under the project, a solid waste treatment plant with a capacity of 3,275 tonnes per day will be constructed in the Kabd area, 35 km away from Kuwait City.

The project covers a total area of 500,000 sq m and will provide a number of services including treatment of waste using incinerators for generating electricity.
 




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