Pakistan Facing Great Challenges Due To Waste And Littering: PM

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

26th Nov, 2020. 11:09 pm
Pakistan Facing Great Challenges Due To Waste And Littering: PM

The Prime Minister said that Pakistan is facing great challenges due to lack of proper arrangements and management of waste.

According to details, a meeting was held on Thursday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Imran Khan regarding Pakistan Island Development Authority and Ravi Urban Development Authority.

In the meeting, the Prime Minister said that Pakistan’s water resources, especially the sea belt, are most affected.

The Prime Minister said that such projects would help in providing world-class housing facilities to our cities.

Netherlands’ firm proposes to build a waste energy and desalination plant in Karachi with an investment of US 1. 1.3 billion.

They also expressed keen interest in the Ravi project and the establishment of a renewable energy plant in Lahore.

It should be noted that the technology used in these projects will be developed in Pakistan, which will create technology transfer and employment opportunities in the country.

The steam generated from this project can also be used in industries. In this regard, Memoranda of Understanding will be signed soon.

The meeting was attended by Governor Sindh Imran Ismail, Chairman Ravi Urban Development Authority and Chairman Pakistan Island Development Authority and senior government officials.

The meeting was also attended by representatives of the Dutch company, which is interested in investing in the projects.

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