Canada – Organic waste treatment centres and biogas facility.
SUEZ selected for Saint-Laurent facility.
Ville de Montreal is planning to carry out a project to create organic waste treatment centres (OWTC) in Greater Montréal including the construction of two composting centres, two biogas facilities and a pilot pre-treatment centre. On 17th April 2019, SUEZ reported that the City has selected it to design, build and operate the first OWTC in Saint-Laurent that can process up to 50,000 tonnes of organic material each year.
Egypt – Waste-to-RDF facility.
Development of a 400,000 tpa waste-to-RDF facility.
Geocycle Egypt Company, a member of Lafarge Holcim group, has officially opened a facility in Ain Sokhna, Suez governorate, that converts non-hazardous waste into high-quality refuse-derived fuel. It has a capacity to produce 400,000 tonnes annually of alternative fuel. According to the company, the facility is the largest in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. The total cost of the project amounted to E£200 million.