We, at Lakson International Development, are proud to announce our more recent success: the introduction of our BCS system, a 3rd generation emerging technology, into two projects of waste valorisation for the cities of Constantine and Sétif in Algeria.
Incidentally, on April 18th, a meeting was held in order to sign the memorandum of understanding for the development and execution of these projects. The meeting was held in Alger in the presence of Mme Fatma Zohra Zerouati, Minister of the Environment and Renewable Energies; Mme Patricia McCullagh, Canadian Ambassador to Algeria; Mr Mohamed Karim Ouamane, Managing Director of the National Waste Agency; Mr Fourat Mahdjoub, CEO of the DIVINDUS Group; M. Simo Lakhmiri, President of Lakson International Development, Mr Alain Brasseur, President of OEM Sherbrooke; Mr Smail Ouicher, President of Global Green Links; as well as other distinguished individuals which include representatives from the Minister of the Industry and Mines and the Minister of the Interior, Local Government and Regional Planning.
The projects’ development activities for the production of organic fertilizers and biofuel will begin by January 2019 with a first completed milestone in July 2019, followed by other important milestones throughout the rest of the year. Construction and start-up of the power plant using sorted and conditioned waste is planned for the end of 2020.
An article announcing this very news was published in the newspaper Algérie Presse Service on April 19th.