Kiverco is supporting sustainability efforts in Saudi Arabia.

Kiverco has been acknowledged by Invest Northern Ireland, as one of the key Northern Irish Companies supporting sustainability efforts in Saudi Arabia.

The Kingdom is currently working on its visionary and ambitious 2030 strategy, which focuses on economic diversification and growth coupled with sustainability.

In 2020 Kiverco was chosen by Averda as the preferred plant builder to deliver a waste processing solution for the Red Sea Project, the world’s most ambitious regenerative tourism initiative which is being developed on the Kingdom’s Red Sea coast by The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC). The project was one of several large-scale investment giga-projects approved and overseen by Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman as part of his Vision 2030 which, among its many goals, aims to increase tourism in Saudi Arabia and reduce the Kingdom’s dependence on oil.

Mazen Rifai, Technical Director at Averda. Explained why they chose to purchase a Kiverco plant. 

“Kiverco are very well known for their design and build quality and have a long history dealing with this type of waste. I am very confident we have chosen a partner who will work closely with us to deliver this project and facility for Averda and The Red Sea Development Company. “

With nearly 30 years’ experience in producing C&D waste plants and its ability to produce the World’s Toughest Recycling Plant, Kiverco Recycling Plant has been world famous for its Toughness since 1993, offering higher Sustained Purity, More Uptime and a Longer Useful Life.  

Invest Northern Ireland has been a huge support to Kiverco with their activity in the region. We are delighted that they have reaffirmed their commitment to the region. Kiverco is dedicated to continuing to offer support and guidance to safeguard best practice and provide innovative solutions to ensure increased landfill diversion and higher recycling rates, continuing our contribution to a more circular and sustainable economy. 

Kiverco has been having their own conversation about sustainability for 30 years and is delighted to have a platform to share knowledge with the region to help protect it for future generations.

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