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International Power Group moves forward in process of establishing waste-to-energy plants in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia: Thursday, August 24 - 2006 @ 09:01

A team of consulting engineers and scientists working with IPWG will be conducting the research in Jizan.

Peter Toscano, CEO of IPWG, said:

“We are pleased with the rapid progress being made towards establishing our first waste-to-energy facilities in Saudi Arabia. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s economy is one of the world’s fastest-growing. This fast growth has strained the Kingdom’s limited drinking water supply and its electricity resources. IPWG’s waste-to-energy technology, with its purified drinking water by-product, is, we believe, the perfect solution to the Kingdom’s waste disposal, drinking water and electricity needs.”

Once this location is determined as viable, a timetable will be developed for construction of the waste-to-energy facility. The Company expects that plant construction would begin in late 2006.

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