Pazardzhik City, Dutch Co Plan 110 Mln Euro Waste Management Project

Pazardzhik City, Dutch Co Plan 110 Mln Euro Waste Management Project

The municipality of Pazardzhik, in the south of the country, and a Dutch renewable energy company are planning a 110 million euro ($144 million) joint project for a new waste disposal park.

The project involves the construction of installations for sorting, composting and recycling of waste, generation of energy and agro-parks, local daily Maritza reported.

The recycling facility will have a capacity to process from 70,000 to 140,000 tonnes of waste annually. About 50% of the total waste can be reused, 45% can be used as bio-fuel, and the remaining 3-5% will be delivered to the local landfill.
The project will create 420 jobs.
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