This project provides financing for the development of a full-scale integrated solid waste management system in the province of Canakkale. Components include the construction of a mechanical biological treatment plant, procurement of a vehicle fleet, rehabilitation of the existing leachate treatment plant, and related investments in the existing facility.
The EBRD's loan is accompanied by a contribution of US $1.5 million from the Clean Technology Fund.
Suez Canakkale RR Atik Yonetim Hizmetleri A.S., a special purpose company incorporated in Turkey and owned by Sita Cevre (90 per cent) and Altas Yapi Sanayi ve Temizlik Hizmetleri Ticaret A.S (10 per cent).
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