Qatar National Cement Company (QNCC) has bagged a contract worth QR281.4mn from the Ministry of Municipality and Environment to treat and recycle waste and dispose it in the kilns of Umm Bab cement factories.
In a communique to the Qatar Stock Exchange, QNCC said it was notified by the Ministry of Municipality and Environment of awarding the tender.
The board of directors' plan for 2021 had mentioned the measures to follow up the implementation of the waste burning project with the Ministry of Municipality and Environment, aiming to start operating the project as soon as possible.
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