Russia to Invest in Garbage Recycling Plant in Nicaragua

The garbage recycling plant would be installed in the Chureca municipal landfill.

Friday, May 29, 2009

The project is under study and it could be implemented within a period of three months.

Journalist Anne Perez wrote for "The idea shared with us (by the Russian government) is to install a plant that recycles waste and it is something apart from the project that the Spanish Cooperation (in the neighborhood Acahualinca ) has, said mayor Alexis Argüello, who was appointed by the Supreme Electoral Council in Managua to produce a report on the trip he made to Russia late last month."

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Funding for PET Recycling Plant

December 2012

Total P.E.T. Packaging has obtained a loan for $8.5 million from Banco Nacional for the New World Recycle company, which will build a PET recycling plant in the province of Cartago.

A statement from Total P.E.T. packaging reads:

Banco Nacional and New World Recycle sign loan agreement to build a PET bottle to bottle recycling plant

$12 million Recycling Plant in Guatemala

April 2013

Reciclados de Centroamérica, a company which is part of Grupo Cervecería Centro Americana, opened its recycling plant yesterday in the town of Pueblo Nuevo Viñas, Santa Rosa.

The objective of this project is to turn disposable plastic bottles into raw material for the production of more PET bottles and containers made of this material. The plant is expected to produce 25 tons a day of resin which is useful for the local market.

Costa Rica Inaugurates Recycling Facility

June 2010

The country’s first solid waste recycling plant was opened with an $800.000 investment.

Located in the district of Hatillo, the facility has the capacity to process six daily tons of waste.

Jhonny Araya, mayor of San Jose, explained that in the short term they’ll invest in special garbage trucks.

$20 Million Recycling Facility in Panama

July 2009

The Mayor of Bugaba indicated that they are meeting with a U.S. company interested in the construction of the facility.

The company would develop a recycling plan for electric energy generation waste.

"Such project aims to solve some of the garbage collection problems that have affected this community for more than ten years", said Bugaba Mayor Joaquín Castillo Córdoba, in a article.

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