SSWMB’s Sweep Project To Further Standardized With Modern Tech
According to the provincial minister, the best team of experts in sweep projects and solid waste management is working on waste-related measures.
Syed Nasir Hussain Shah, provincial minister of local government and public health engineering in Sindh, has stated that more standards will be made using modern technology under the Sindh Solid Waste Management Board’s (SSWMB) sweep project.
Additional Chief Secretary Syed Najam Shah, Managing Director Solid Waste, expressed these sentiments. On the occasion of a study visit to Morocco, Zubair Ahmed Chana and the SWIP project team spoke with the relevant Moroccan delegation.
He stated that there are profitable and appealing investment opportunities in the waste water treatment, sewage treatment, and waste-to-energy sectors in Sindh province, particularly in Karachi, and that investors from many countries around the world have shown particular interest in this sector involving solid waste.
According to the provincial minister, the best team of experts in sweep projects and solid waste management is working on waste-related measures. MRF, the Refuse Driven Fuel (RDF) Plant, road cleaning procedures, a modern mechanical sweeping system, and the solid waste management system’s performance over the last 15 years were all discussed.
Aside from that, he witnessed the modern waste collection, treatment, and disposal processes, as well as received a thorough briefing on the related technology. The board must be equipped with modern technology, and its quality must be improved.
MD Zubair Ahmed Chana informed the Moroccan delegation about the performance of the Sindh Solid Waste Management Board and the sweep project on this occasion. He stated that as part of the sweep project, engineered landfill sites, a garbage transfer station (GTSanagement Board and the sweep project on this occasion. He stated that as part of the sweep project, engineered landfill sites, a garbage transfer station (GTS), and a material recovery facility (MRF) will be provided while the SWEP project is providing support for waste-to-energy and refuse-driven fuel (RDF) plants.
Along with the delegation, the Sindh Local Government Minister met with potential investors in waste water treatment, sewage treatment, and waste-to-energy companies interested in investing in Pakistan in the respective sectors. The Minister of Municipalities invited Mazkoura companies to visit Karachi on this occasion.