CAIRO, Feb 12 (MENA) - Egypt and the UAE agreed on forming a joint technical committee to study and prepare a draft for a memorandum of understanding to establish a factory to get rid of medical waste.
This came during a meeting of Egyptian Minister of Military Production Mohamed Saeed el Assar with Board Chairman of Emirates Industrial Converting Factory (EICO) Bader Faris Al Hilali, EICO Executive Manager Abullah Badr el Hilali and Board Chairman of the UAE company of Wasaya Nasser el Nuaimi.
The meeting took up a proposal to establish a factory to get rid of medical wastes.
This comes within the framework of the keenness of the state to take urgent steps to implement a plan to recycle waste to contribute to improving the health and living conditions of the Egyptian people.
During the meeting, Assar reviewed the manufacturing and technological potentials of the military production units and the highly-trained labor and experts in recycling.
Meanwhile, board chairman of the EICO expressed the desire of the company to form partnerships to establish a factory to get rid of medical wastes using the latest equipment.