Waste to energy project will be milestone for Sindh: LG secretary


Secretary Local Government, Housing and Town Planning Sindh Syed Najam Ahmad Shah has said that the project of generating electricity from solid waste will prove to be a milestone in meeting the prosperity and energy needs of the province.

Najam Ahmad Shah expressed these views in an informal discussion after a meeting held at the Energy Department office on Thursday.

According to the Secretary Local Government Sindh, the effort to generate energy from waste is a developed and enlightened vision of the Sindh government, which the Sindh Local Government Department and the Energy Department are working together to implement.

Local Government Secretary Najam Ahmad Shah said that the Solid Waste Management Board is playing a key role in making this project a success and the process of consultation with the Energy Department is ongoing.

Najam Shah said merit and transparency have been given top most priority in all the phases to make the entire process successful.

Najam Ahmad Shah said that the services of world class experts and the most trusted consulting firms would be availed and the dream of making the province brighter and developed would be fulfilled in any case.

The LG  Secretary hoped that this noble initiative of the Sindh government would not only usher in a new era of modernity and progressivism but would also inspire others to be individualistic and innovative.


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