Energy3i developing waste-based biofuels project in Egypt

May 19, 2022 |

In Egypt, Dr. Yasmine Fouad, Minister of Environment met with representatives of Energy3i to discuss the possibility of executing a project to convert waste to biofuel in Fayoum. Dr. Fouad emphasized that Egypt is currently implementing a new solid waste management system with a different vision that depends on making the most of solid waste to minimize the rejects buried in health landlords, helping to achieve the idea of revolving economy and sustainable development.

Energy3i says this project comes as part of the company’s quest to create projects that improve the environment and reduce carbon, explaining that the project will achieve a number of benefits that serve the community, including contributing to elevating hygiene and creating a green funding mechanism that will return to communities to participate in their waste with a material return enables them to create more other green projects.

The project alongside biodiesel and alternative fuel would result in products that could be used for composting in agriculture and would be rich in graphene which is involved in many other industries such as plastic, construction and construction production.

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