Agreement signed for Waste recycling plant PPP project in Anji

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SUEZ Group has signed an agreement for the creation of a joint venture between SUEZ Environment (33%) and Anji (67%) to operate and maintain a construction waste recycling plant in Anji, located in Zhejiang province, in China.

The concession period for the project is 20 years. The plant will process approximately 380,000 tons of construction waste per year while meeting the highest environmental standards. The project aims to reuse construction waste into new resources via a smart, digital platform that monitors the entire process of waste collection, transfer, and treatment.

The project will also integrate advanced, intelligent sorting facilities to efficiently and precisely treat construction waste, in order to achieve a minimum reuse rate of construction waste of 85%. The recycled construction aggregates will be used to produce bricks, curbstone, or road bedding for different purposes; combustible materials will be supplied to waste incineration plants as fuel for power generation. Additionally, metallic materials will be reused directly.

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