Waste management company Renewi to build three new sorting facilities in Flanders

British waste management company Renewi is investing heavily in Flanders and the Netherlands. This includes three new waste sorting facilities in Flanders. The investments are being made with the help of a loan of 40 million euros from the European Investment Bank (EIB), the company announced on Tuesday. 

In Flanders, Renewi will build "three new high-tech sorting facilities" for residual waste, commercial waste and industrial waste. This will allow the company to recover and recycle more raw materials, and less waste will be incinerated, according to a press release.

"Waste treatment and disposal are becoming increasingly important if we want to reduce emissions and resource use," said EIB vice-president Kris Peeters in the press release. "I am delighted that the EIB can assist Renewi in its broad ambition to give used materials a new life and also facilitate the company's further sustainability of its operations in Belgium and the Netherlands."




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