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PM inspects projects in Assiut governorate
Published in The Egyptian Gazette on 23 - 09 - 2018

ASSIUT, Upper Egypt, September 23, 2018 (MENA) - Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli started on Sunday a series of field tours in governorates by visiting the Upper Egypt governorate of Assiut.
He inspected the New Nasser city, one of the giant development projects in Assiut which will include an industrial zone for small and medium-sized industries.
It will also have a logistic zone as well as educational, health and entertainment services.
Madbouli also inspected ongoing projects of roads and bridges in the governorate.
Moreover, the Prime Minister inspected the sanitary drainage station at Iskanderiyat el Tahrir village in Assiut township after its experimental operation.
The 76-liter/per second capacity station will serve a population of 10,000 who are among the most needy residents as well as surrounding service buildings.
The cost of the station amounts to LE 20 million as a grant from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
The premier was accompanied by Local Development Minister Mahmoud Shaarawi and Minister of Environment Yasmine Fouad.
The ministers also paid a visit to a solid waste recycling factory, which is affiliated to Assiut Cement Company, and has been designed to handle 160 tonnes of solid waste annually.
The factory cost $ one million and its operation started in 2014.
During the tour, the premier was briefed on the management of the factory and its mechanism to deal with energy sources along with the adoption of environment-friendly initiatives.
The premier was asked by Assiut governorate to relocate the factory to an area away from residential areas. In response, the premier agreed to have the factory moved in the vicinity of a sanitary fill located 6 kilometers away.


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