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New offices for WasteServ’s employees

New offices for WasteServ’s employees

WasteServ's investment in a more efficient operation has been steadily expanding, aiming to provide its administrative employees with a nicer and more modern work environment. As part of this initiative, these employees now have new offices within the Multi-Material Recovery Facility (MMRF). 

The inauguration of these offices took place during a visit to the employees in Ħal Far, led by the Minister for the Environment, Energy, and Regeneration of the Grand Harbour, Miriam Dalli, together with WasteServ CEO Richard Bilocca. 

The new MMRF facility, which was inaugurated last year, processes various types of waste, including wood, mattresses, polystyrene, and tyres, with the aim of reintroducing them into the circular economy. WasteServ continued to consolidate its operations with the relocation of its Operations, Accounts, Procurement, IT, and Corporate Affairs departments to this modern environment. 

"This development marks another significant milestone for WasteServ, as it continues to elevate operational standards within the sector. Nowadays, we speak about positive records, with over 20,000 tons of recyclable waste being processed and returned to the economy annually. Additionally, we have seen a notable 35% increase in the separation of organic waste from both households and the commercial sector," stated Minister Miriam Dalli. 

"This also means that through these projects, we will be giving back approximately 24,000 square metres of land for public use in the largest greening project ever undertaken by WasteServ," added Minister Dalli. 

WasteServ's commitment to investing in modern operations and new facilities means that it is reducing its environmental impact. One example is the Sant’Antnin plant in Marsaskala, where a significant area will be transformed into a green and recreational space.

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