Crown Andersen to supply medical waste system to Saudi firm
Crown Andersen Inc., the Georgia-based supplier of engineered products and services to clean and restore the environment, announced that it had received a $2.3 million order to supply medical waste incineration and environmental control systems to a private waste management company in Saudi Arabia.
The Saudi company is building the kingdom’s first medical waste disposal facility in Riyadh. This is reportedly the first of four plants to be built by the Saudi company to provide disposal facilities for all hospitals and medical centers in the country.
Andersen 2000 Inc. designs, builds and installs incineration systems for hazardous waste, radioactive waste, chemical waste, medical waste, and industrial waste. The company also designs, manufactures and installs large industrial air pollution control systems. — (menareport.com)
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