Medical waste from Covid-19 quarantine sites
Integrated waste management provider Averda says that the systems and infrastructure for dealing with high-risk medical waste are in place, and that t.
This win is a result of Averda’s efforts, expertise, and dedication in serving the citizens of both the political and business Moroccan capitals Rabat and Casablanca. It is also the outcome of a competitive international tender involving renowned multinationals from the field of waste management.
“We are pleased to have been selected again as a waste management provider in Morocco’s capital and we look forward to a long-term collaboration with the city of Rabat”, said Maysarah Sukkar, Chairman of Averda.
“Averda will deliver waste management services for a population of over 0.5 million in Rabat and will work closely with the city’s council and the local authorities to listen, understand and answer its stakeholder’s expectations” said Sukkar. Morocco has been a strategic long-term choice for Averda since the company was awarded the contracts for a sanitary landfill management, waste collection and cleaning in 2012. Since that date Averda is providing many provinces with extensive sustainable environmental services that range from street cleaning through to waste collection, treatment, disposal, and recycling.