El Salvador: $20 Million for Waste Plant

The Government of Spain's Enterprise Internationalization Fund will give the mayor's office of San Salvador $20 million, most of which will be invested in the construction of a solid waste plant.

Monday, February 3, 2020

The treatment plant will allow for the recycling, composting and transfer of solid waste from the city of San Salvador, where about 1,000 tons of waste are generated daily, according to an official statement.

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From the statement of the Mayor's Office of San Salvador:

January 2020. On his second day of official meetings in the city of Madrid, Spain, the Mayor of San Salvador, Ernesto Muyshondt, successfully managed $20 million with the Spanish Government's Fund for the Internationalization of Business.
 
One of the big projects that the mayor will do in the capital city with these funds, for the benefit of all Salvadorans, is the construction of a solid waste plant.
 
The agreement was reached during a meeting between the mayor and the Director General of Commerce of the Spanish Government. "We have reached an important agreement to begin financing $20 million to develop strategic projects that will benefit residents of the capital city. This shows our commitment to improving the quality of life of the inhabitants of San Salvador," said Muyshondt.

Read full statement (In Spanish).

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