The permit, which allows GEI Mekong to process municipal and industrial waste, plastics, and rubber vehicle tyres, not only endorses GEI Mekong’s waste-to-energy technology but also shows that the Cambodia Government has a strong willingness to improve waste management in Cambodia.
“We are extremely excited about obtaining a permit from the Ministry of Environment in Cambodia,” said Steve Morrish, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GEI Mekong. “The permit and endorsement from the Ministry strengthens GEI’s position as a leader in waste-to-energy and allows our company to move forward with our vision to assist Cambodia in being a leader in waste management in ASEAN” Mr. Morrish said.
GEI Mekong now plans to move forward with its earmarked projects, with a focus on building a waste-to-energy facility in Preah Sihanouk Province. For more information about GEI Mekong and its waste-to-energy projects, contact firstname.lastname@example.org