“وزير الدولة للإنتاج الحربي” يستقبل وفد تحالف “Reenergy Group Partners” لبحث الموقف التنفيذي للتعاون المشترك لإقامة محطة تحويل المخلفات الصلبة إلى طاقة كهربائية

الوزير “مرسي”: وزارة الإنتاج الحربى تسعى لتوظيف كافة الإمكانيات المتوفرة لديها للمشاركة فى تنفيذ المشروعات القومية الكبرى

القاهرة: 5 يناير 2022

استقبل المهندس/ محمد أحمد مرسى وزير الدولة للإنتاج الحربى السيد/ روبرت فالك الرئيس التنفيذي لشركة جرين تك إيجيبت والسيد/ جاريث براون الرئيس التنفيذي لمجموعة أوك القابضة على رأس وفد من تحالف “Renergy Group Partners” لمناقشة الموقف التنفيذي لمشروع إقامة محطة لمعالجة المخلفات الصلبة البلدية وتحويلها إلى طاقة كهربائية بمنطقة أبو رواش بنطاق محافظة الجيزة، جاء ذلك بديوان عام وزارة الإنتاج الحربى.

أوضح وزير الدولة للإنتاج الحربي أن هذا اللقاء يأتي في إطار البروتوكول الرباعي الموقع بين وزارات الإنتاج الحربي والتنمية المحلية والبيئة ومحافظة الجيزة في شهر سبتمبر 2021 للتعاون والتنسيق بشأن تخصيص أرض بمنطقة أبو رواش بمحافظة الجيزة لصالح المشروع، وذلك تنفيذاً لتوجيهات السيد الرئيس/ عبد الفتاح السيسي رئيس الجمهورية والمتابعة المستمرة لرئيس مجلس الوزراء مع الوزارات المعنية لتحقيق أقصى إستفادة من منظومة المخلفات الصلبة الجديدة، مضيفاً أنه في ضوء التكليفات الرئاسية تم الموافقة على بدء تنفيذ المرحلة الأولى لمشروعات تحويل المخلفات إلى طاقة في عدد (8 ) محافظات كمرحلة أولى، وتم البدء بمحافظة الجيزة (أبو رواش) كأول محافظة يتم تنفيذ المنظومة بها.

وأكد الوزير “مرسي” على أن تنفيذ هذا المشروع يساهم بشكل كبير فى إيجاد حلول مستدامة وفورية فيما يتعلق بمعالجة المخلفات البلدية الصلبة من خلال تحويلها إلى طاقة نظيفة ومتجددة، لافتاً إلى سعى وزارة الإنتاج الحربى لتوظيف كافة الإمكانيات التصنيعية والتكنولوجية والبشرية المتوفرة لديها للمشاركة فى تنفيذ المشروعات القومية الكبرى التى تساهم فى تحسين وتطوير معيشة المواطن، لافتاً إلى أن الظروف الاستثنائية التي يمر بها العالم منذ عامين بسبب جائحة فيروس كورونا والسلالات المتحورة منه لا تزال مستمرة مما يزيد الترقب الدولي بشأن الأضرار المحتملة على الأنشطة الاقتصادية والأسواق المالية العالمية وسلاسل الإمداد الدولية التي لازالت لم تتعافى بشكل كامل من هذه الظروف الاستثنائية التي أثرت على جميع اقتصاديات العالم وجميع القطاعات الاقتصادية في آنٍ واحد، مضيفاً أن الدولة المصرية بالرغم من ذلك مستمرة في مساعيها نحو صون المكتسبات التي حققتها بفضل برنامج الإصلاح الاقتصادي الذي بدأ منذ عام 2016 وتولي اهتماماً كبيراً بالاستثمار في المشروعات القومية والتنموية في شتى القطاعات لتحقيق البناء والتنمية ورفع معدلات النمو الاقتصادي في شتى المجالات.

من جانبه شدد السيد/ روبرت فالك الرئيس التنفيذي لشركة “جرين تك إيجيبت” على أهمية تعزيز أوجه التعاون والتنسيق بين كل الجهات المعنية بتنفيذ المشروع بما يساهم في رفع مستوى الإعداد والتنفيذ لمنظومة المخلفات البلدية الصلبة بالمحافظات بالقدر الذى يساهم فى إحداث نقلة نوعية فى هذا الملف المهم، مضيفاً أن تنفيذ هذا المشروع يساهم في تحسين الأوضاع البيئية والصحية والمعيشية للمواطنين والحد من معدلات التلوث وإقامة صناعة وطنية لإدارة المخلفات، موضحاً أنه تم خلال شهر نوفمبر الماضي عقد جلسة تشاور عام للجهات المعنية بالمشروع حول الدراسات الخاصة بتقييم الأثر البيئي، مؤكداً على اهتمام تحالف “”Renergy Group Partners بتذليل أي تحديات قد تطرأ على تنفيذ المشروع.

من ناحيته أشاد السيد/ جاريث براون الرئيس التنفيذي لمجموعة “أوك القابضة” بحرص الحكومة المصرية على استقدام الخبرات والتكنولوجيات الخاصة بمصانع معالجة المخلفات وتحويلها إلى طاقة بالتعاون مع القطاع الخاص، مثنياً على دور وزارة الإنتاج الحربي في تنفيذ منظومة إدارة المخلفات البلدية الصلبة في ضوء خبرتها الممتدة في هذا المجال، مضيفاً أن تحالف Renergy Group Partners وبالتعاون مع الإنتاج الحربي سيقوم في إطار المشروع بتوفير التقنية المبتكرة لتنفيذ محطة معالجة تحويل المخلفات البلدية الصلبة لطاقة كهربائية بمحافظة الجيزة على الأرض المخصصة لهذا الغرض بما يتوافق مع الإشتراطات البيئية المعمول بها بجمهورية مصر العربية.

وصرح المستشار الإعلامى لوزير الدولة للإنتاج الحربي والمتحدث الرسمي للوزارة/ محمد عيد بكر أن تعاون وزارة الإنتاج الحربي مع تحالف Renergy Group Partners يأتي في إطار حرصها على نقل التكنولوجيات الحديثة فى مجالات التصنيع المختلفة داخل الشركات والوحدات التابعة لها، والتعاون مع الشركات الوطنية والعالمية المتخصصة بمجال إدارة المخلفات في تنفيذ تلك النوعية من المشروعات لتعميق التصنيع المحلى وزيادة القيمة المضافة وتقليل الاستيراد وتوفير العملة الأجنبية بما يعزز الاقتصاد القومي وذلك في إطار اهتمام القيادة السياسية بملف إدارة المخلفات البلدية الصلبة، مؤكداً على أن وزارة الإنتاج الحربي تسعى بشكلٍ دائم إلى التكامل مع الوزارات والمحافظات والجهات المختلفة بما يدعم استراتيجيات التنمية الشاملة بالدولة.

حضر اللقاء المهندس/ محمد محمد صلاح الدين مصطفى نائب رئيس مجلس إدارة الهيئة القومية للإنتاج الحربي والعضو المنتدب والمهندس/ محمد شيرين محمد المشرف على الإدارة المركزية لمكتب الوزير والمهندس/ محمود عرفات مستشار الوزير والسيد/ محمد فؤاد مترجم والسيد/ محمد بكر المستشار الإعلامي للوزير والدكتور مهندس/ صلاح جمبلاط رئيس القطاعات الفنية بالهيئة والمهندس/ منير هلال رئيس قطاع المتابعة الفنية بالهيئة والمهندس/ هشام خطاب رئيس قطاع العلاقات العامة والمراسم، كما حضر اللقاء السيد/ إسلام رمضان مدير شركة جرين تك ايجيبت.
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Engineer / Mohamed Ahmed Morsi, Minister of State for Military Production and Major General / Mahmoud Shaarawy, Ministry of Local Development, Dr. / Yasmine Fouad, Minister of Environment, and Major General / Ahmed Rashid, Governor of Giza, witnessed the signing ceremony of a four-way cooperation protocol between the “Consortium of the Ministry of Military Production and Renergy Group Partners” and the “Ministry of Development” Local Environment” and “Ministry of Environment” and “Giza” for land allocation in Giza Governorate.

The protocol was signed by Eng. Mohamed Salah El-Din, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Organization for Military Production and Managing Director, Eng. Mohamed El-Sayed Abu Jaour, Local Development for Planning, Dr Tarek El-Araby, Head of the Waste Regulatory Authority at the Ministry of Environment, and Mr Shafiq Jalal Hassan, Head of the Public Authority for Hygiene and Cosmetics. from Giza Governorate.
 
Minister Morsi indicated that the signing of this protocol comes in implementation of the directives of the President of the Republic and the continuous follow-up of the Prime Minister with the relevant ministries to achieve maximum benefit from the new solid waste system, stressing that this protocol contributes significantly to finding sustainable and immediate solutions in the treatment of municipal solid waste. By converting it into energy, which comes within the framework of the Ministry of Military Production’s endeavour to employ all the industrial, technological and human capabilities available to it to participate in the implementation of major national projects that contribute to the development of the citizen’s livelihood within the framework of the (Decent Life) initiative, and on top of these projects is the waste disposal system Which aims to make the maximum use of the amount of waste generated daily, adding that the alliance of the “Ministry of Military Production and Renergy Group Partners” will, under this protocol, provide the innovative technology to implement a treatment plant for the transformation of municipal solid waste into electric power in Giza Governorate on the land designated for this purpose in accordance with the requirements environmental regulations in force in the Arab Republic of Egypt.
 
 For his part, Major General Mahmoud Shaarawy, Minister of Local Development, indicated that there is full coordination and cooperation between all ministries and relevant authorities regarding the preparation and implementation of the municipal solid waste system in the governorates to the extent that will lead to raising the level of the system in a way that citizens feel and in a way that contributes to a qualitative leap in This is an important file, and “Sharawy” emphasized on that the state is making great efforts in the framework of creating and introducing modern technology into the new system and expanding it. One of these technologies is converting waste into energy, eliminating large quantities of waste, especially in governorates where it is difficult to provide land for construction—processing and recycling plants.

Shaarawy stressed that the state is making efforts during the current stage to implement the integrated plan to develop the solid waste management system, in light of the directives of the political leadership and the Prime Minister’s assignments, because of the paramount importance that the state attaches to improving the environmental, health and living conditions of citizens, reducing pollution rates, as well as establishing A national industry to manage waste, develop the national economy, and provide new job opportunities.
 
 Major General Mahmoud Shaarawy added that the implementation of the integrated waste management system is an inherent right of the ministry in coordination with the governorates and the Ministry of Environment. Accordingly, the Ministry of Local Development will coordinate with the Giza Governorate to provide the required plot of land within the geographical scope of the governorate and provide full support and coordination to the governorate with all government agencies to issue the necessary licenses. After the privatization, the ministry will also follow up on all the operational stages of the project until the commercial operation of the station and linking it to the electricity network.

For her part, Dr Yasmine Fouad, Minister of Environment, confirmed that converting waste into energy is one of the mechanisms for treating and recycling waste within the infrastructure program in the new waste system, which depends on establishing waste recycling factories and converting it into organic fertilizer and alternative fuel, as Egypt has the experience in establishing and managing these factories. The Minister of Environment indicated that efforts are currently being sought to bring in expertise and technologies for waste-to-energy factories in cooperation with development partners and support Egyptian companies working in this field within the framework of the political leadership’s directives. Private incinerators without the need to separate them before incineration achieves several advantages, including the possibility of disposing of a large amount of waste at once.
 
Dr Yasmine Fouad, Minister of Environment, explained that the tariff for electricity generated (from solid municipal waste, biogas extracted from safe sanitary landfills, sludge from sewage treatment plants) was issued through Cabinet Resolution No. 41 of 2019 to support partnership with the private sector. Regarding the treatment of waste and its transformation into energy, in addition, to set selection criteria for (8) Egyptian companies, in accordance with presidential mandates to focus on Egyptian companies to implement the first phase of projects for converting waste into energy, as it was agreed to start implementation in (8) governorates as a first stage out of (16) governorates, and we started in Giza governorate (Abu Rawash) as the first governorate in which the system is implemented.

Major General/ Ahmed Rashid, Governor of Giza, confirmed that the governorate would allocate the required plot of land in the Abu Rawash area as a usufruct for a compatible period of time to establish a treatment plant to convert waste into electrical energy. The governorate will coordinate with the Ministry of Local Development and the Ministry of Environment regarding the issuance of technical and legal controls regarding the allocation of land with Taking into account the required area and the distance between the site of the land and the nearest connection point with the medium voltage network, the extension paths of the electrical interconnection network, and the technical, environmental controls around the site of the treatment plant. Rashid added that the governorate would supply the quantities of solid waste according to the operating requirements, which will be in the range of 1200 tons/day. This will contribute to the safe disposal of solid waste and its recycling to maintain the environmental balance and reduce air pollution and continue efforts to activate the solid waste management system because of its great impact on citizens’ daily lives.
 
 In turn, the media advisor to the Minister of State for Military Production and the official spokesman for the ministry, Muhammad Eid Bakr, stated that the Ministry of Military Production is constantly seeking to integrate with ministries, governorates, and various agencies in a way that supports comprehensive development strategies in the country, adding that the ministry is keen to transfer modern technologies in various fields of manufacturing within companies, and its affiliated units and cooperation with national and international companies specialized in the field of waste management in the implementation of these types of projects to deepen local manufacturing, increase value-added, reduce imports and provide foreign currency in a way that enhances the national economy, which is evident in the cooperation of “military production” with the two companies “Green Tech Egypt” and “Oak” in this field, stressing the ministry’s keenness that cooperation with its partners in various fields – including the field of waste recycling and its conversion into energy – is based on joint manufacturing and technology transfer.

Eng. Mohamed Ahmed Morsi, Minister of State for Military Production, received Mr Robert Valk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Green Tech Egypt and his accompanying delegation, at the Ministry’s General Office.

Minister Morsi indicated that this meeting comes intending to discuss the latest developments regarding the project to establish a plant to convert municipal solid waste into electrical energy in Abu Rawash area in Giza Governorate, and a proposal to contract with the concerned authorities to allocate the project land and purchase energy produced from the plant, stressing the efforts of the Ministry of Military Production to employ all the industrial, technological and human capabilities available to it to participate in the implementation of the municipal solid waste management system in cooperation with the various concerned authorities. 

The Minister of State for Military Production stated that the ministry is keen to transfer modern technologies in the various fields of manufacturing within the companies and its affiliated units and to cooperate with national and international companies specialised in the field of waste management in implementing these types of projects to deepen local manufacturing, increase value-added, reduce import, and provide foreign currency in a way that enhances the national economy, emphasising the keenness of all parties involved in the system to implement it in an optimal manner that achieves the maximum benefit from the amount of waste generated daily and transforming waste in Egypt into smart energy solutions.

For his part, Mr Robert Valk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Green Tech Egypt, emphasised that the establishment of these plants will increase the added value of waste disposal and improve the environmental, health and living conditions of the Egyptian citizen, praising the great industrial, technological, technical, human and research capabilities of the military production companies. This paves the way for achieving fruitful cooperation.

The Media Adviser to the Minister of State for Military Production and the official spokesman for the ministry, Muhammad Eid Bakr, stated that the Ministry of Military Production is constantly seeking to integrate with the ministries, governorates and various authorities in a way that supports the comprehensive development strategies in the country, stressing the Ministry’s keenness to cooperate with its partners in various fields including The field of waste recycling and its conversion into energy-based on joint manufacturing and technology transfer.

Engineer / Mohamed Ahmed Morsi, Minister of State for Military Production, Mr. Robert Valk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of “Green Tech Egypt” and Mr. Gareth Brown, Chairman of the Board of Directors of “OAK Holding for Development”, and their accompanying delegation, received at the headquarters of the Ministry’s general office, to discuss developments of joint cooperation. In the field of waste to energy.

The Minister of State for Military Production stated that this meeting comes with the aim of discussing the executive position of the existing joint cooperation in the field of establishing and operating waste-to-energy plants through establishing a joint stock company for this purpose, emphasize on the political leadership’s interest in the waste management file and the speedy implementation of the strategy of converting municipal solid waste into electricity , given its great return on improving the environmental, health and living conditions of citizens, as well as achieving an economic return from the waste recycling process, adding that the ministry is about to complete the feasibility study for the project in the Abu Rawash site in Giza Governorate in cooperation with Green Tech and OAK.

Minister Morsi expressed the Ministry of Military Production’s endeavor to employ all the industrial, technological and human capabilities available to it to participate in implementing the municipal solid waste management system in cooperation with the Ministries of Environment and Local Development and the Arab Organization for Industrialization, in an optimal manner that achieves maximum benefit from the amount of waste generated daily In Egypt to smart energy solutions, emphasize that the Ministry of Military Production is keen to transfer modern technologies in the various fields of manufacturing within the companies and its affiliated units, and to cooperate with national and international companies specialized in the field of waste management in the implementation of this type of projects to deepen local manufacturing, increase the added value, reduce import and provide Foreign currency to enhance the national economy.

For his part, Mr. Robert Valk, Chairman of “Green Tech Egypt”, said that during the meeting, the executive steps and the timeline for the project to establish waste to energy plants were reviewed adding that the establishment of these plants will increase the added value of the waste. Valk praised with the large manufacturing, technological, technical, human and research capabilities that the military production companies own which facilitate the way for achieving productive joint cooperation.

While Mr. Gareth Brown, Chairman of the Board of Directors of “OAk Holding for Development”, indicated that his company will finance the establishment of the joint-stock company for the establishment and operation of waste to energy plants in accordance with the cooperation protocol signed between the National Organization for Military Production and the two “Green Tech Egypt” companies. And OAK Holdings, adding that the establishment of this company will bring a great economic return to Egypt and a national dimension that will contribute to the implementation of the sustainable development goals by generating electric power from solid municipal waste using modern technological methods.

The media advisor to the Minister of State for Military Production and the official spokesperson of the ministry / Mohamed Eid Bakr emphasized the ministry’s keenness to ensure that cooperation in this field is based on joint manufacturing and technology transfer with regard to recycling waste and converting it into energy, pointing to the ministry’s constant pursuit of integration with ministries and various bodies To support comprehensive and sustainable development strategies in the country.

Engineer/ Mohamed Ahmed Morsi, Minister of State for Military Production, met with Mr Robert Valk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of “Green Tech Egypt” and his accompanying delegation to discuss developments of cooperation existing in the field of establishing and operating waste-to-energy plants in cooperation with the Ministries of Environment and Local Development and the Arab Organization for Industrialization at the headquarters of the Ministry of Military Production.

During the meeting, Minister “Morsi” affirmed the interest of the country’s political leadership in rapidly implementing the strategy of converting municipal solid waste into energy and explained that priority governorates had been identified for implementing the system, adding that the Ministry of Military Production seeks to employ all the manufacturing, technological and human capabilities available to it to participate in the implementation of the system. Optimally managing solid and municipal waste makes maximum use of waste generated daily and transforms waste in Egypt into smart energy solutions.

For his part, “Robert Valk”, Chairman of the Board of Directors of “Green Tech Egypt”, reviewed the feasibility study that the company implemented for the sites (Shubramant and Abu Rawash) in preparation for the start of the implementation of the project, as well as the executive steps for establishing a joint-stock company to establish and operate factories that convert waste into electrical energy within the framework of Protocol signed between the Ministry of Military Production and “Green Tech” in October of this year.

For his part, the media advisor to the Minister of State for Military Production and the official spokesperson of the ministry / Mohamed Eid Bakr, stated that this meeting comes within a series of existing meetings to follow up the implementation of the project of converting municipal solid waste into energy, indicating that this project will achieve a great economic and environmental return for the state.

To establish a shareholding company to build waste-to-energy plants in Egypt.

Engineer Mohamed Ahmed Morsi – Minister of State for Military Production, witnessed the signing of a cooperation protocol between the National Authority for Military Production, “Green Tech Egypt” and “Oak Holding” Company, to establish a joint-stock company to build and operate waste to energy plants in Egypt.

Minister Morsi explained that this protocol comes as a continuation of the existing cooperation with Green Tech Egypt within the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the two sides on July 17, 2020, intending to establish waste to energy plants consisting of municipal solid waste, To convert waste into a source for generating electrical energy.

The Minister of State for Military Production confirmed that this protocol greatly contributes to finding sustainable and immediate solutions in waste treatment through the company as a means of developing the method of treating municipal solid waste and pollution in Egypt, which comes within the framework of the Ministry of Military Production’s endeavour to employ all the industrial, technological and human capabilities available to it. To participate in implementing the municipal and solid waste management system in an optimal manner that achieves maximum benefit from the amount of waste generated daily and transforms the waste in Egypt into smart energy solutions.

Engineer Robert Valk – CEO of the Green Tech Egypt Group, said that the step of establishing a joint-stock company in cooperation with Military Production comes within the framework of productive collaboration between us to establish waste to energy plants from solid waste, emphasising that the goal is to develop and operate plants in the Arab Republic of Egypt that will treat municipal solid waste in addition to other primary waste and convert it into electrical energy, which will increase the added value of the waste.

Mr Gareth R. Brown – CEO of the Oak Holding Group, said that his company will finance the plants’ establishment to be established and import equipment, machinery and production lines following international specifications that keep pace with technological development in cooperation with “Green Tech Egypt”. He added that this company would achieve a significant economic return for the state and attain sustainable development goals by contributing to electric generation through municipal solid waste by modern technological methods.

The media advisor and the official spokesperson for the Ministry of Military Production / Mohamed Eid Bakr explained that this protocol is part of the ministry’s objectives to achieve maximum performance commensurate with its role and objectives within the projects of converting waste into energy in the new waste system in cooperation with the ministries and parties concerned with this project.

PM visit to HEPCA’s Solid Waste Management Plant

Honoured to welcome Dr Mostafa Madbouly – Prime Minister in his tour for the first Solid Waste Management Plant built in Hurghada, accompanied by Khaled El-Anany, the minister of tourism and antiquities, Hisham Tawfiq, the minister of public enterprise, the Governor of the Red Sea Amr Hanafi, and key officials.

Managing Director of HEPCA – Hesham Mostafa Kamel gave a brief about the operating cycle of the plant, then went on a tour to inspect the plant that is built on 22,500 square meters with the cost of 60 Million, a daily production capacity of up to 400 tons, operated by 500 employees, and built with state-of-the-art technologies brought in from Germany and the Netherlands to dispose of garbage after recycling solid waste.

Madbouly praised the role of HEPCA in protecting the Red Sea with this plant that will be owned by the Red Sea governorate afterwards, highlighting the vital role played by NGOs to serve society, and at the same time, optimise the use of waste and preserve the environment.

On 25 January 2019, Governor of Red Sea General Ahmed Abdullah and Dr Ezz EL-Din Abu Steit, Minister of agricultures, opened the Hurghada Recycling factory. General Abdullah mentioned that the new recycling factory is the first one in Egypt which use new recycling technology compatible with European standards. All machines are imported from the Netherlands and Germany with the latest European recycling technology. The plant will be managed by HEPCA, The Hurghada Environmental Protection and Conservation Association. The factory was designed, built and delivered by Green Tech Egypt. General Abdullah added that the new factory is a significant move forward in The Environmental sector and in Hurghada city because it can process 400 tons MSW and provide jobs for 62 people.

GREEN TECH EGYPT TEAM START INSTALLATION OF ALL MACHINES IN THE NEW RECYCLING FACILITY IN HURGHADA

In October 2018, after machines were delivered to Hurghada, the Green Tech Egypt team, which consisted of Dutch and Egyptian Engineers, started installing all machines in the new recycling facility in Hurghada.

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