What used to be 6.5ha of landfill used mainly for flyash, Wied Fulija is being turned into a green area with a paved pathway for the public access said the government statement
Malta a step closer to move away from decades of predominant reliance on landfilling to green energy generation.
Earlier this month it was reported that a number of coronavirus cases were detected among employees at different civic amenity sites
During a visit to the Marsa incinerator, Environment Minister Aaron Farrugia explained the government's vision for the waste management infrastructure and announced that €50 million will be invested in building the thermal treatment facility.
There has been no change to regulations concerning the collection of glass for recycling, but only the enforcement of existing standards, WasteServ clarified.
The glass, which was collected from the various civic amenity sites across Malta and Gozo, bring in-sites, and kerbside collection will be transformed into raw materials for reuse specifically through the creation of new products, giving waste a new life.
A tender for rock excavation works to form an engineered landfill within the existing footprint of WasteServ’s ECOHIVE Complex has been issued.
The prequalification questionnaire forWasteserv’s ECOHIVE Waste to Energy plant has attracted 16 different bidders. Among these are some of the world leaders in the field.
The state-of-the-art investment as announced by Wasteserv is based on a long-term strategy intended to move to a circular economy approach which will also move away from landfilling and the further uptake of agricultural land.
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