It ought to say that Japan's population has been decreasing and aging. Especially, we are, now seeing this more seriously in rural areas. Thus Amita is tackling to present a clue to the issues.
Amita Corporation has been running recycle business and converting a variety of industrial wastes into alternative raw materials and fuels for decades. Amita has been introducing valuable experiences in environmental related business to overseas. And now, Amita is conducting feasibility study project for starting up recycle operation of industrial residues in Malaysia.
Our Study Project is supported by Ministry of Environment Japan
Last month, this has come to one of the projects officially supported by Ministry of Environment Japan (MOEJ), which strongly backs up promotion of Japanese Recycling Technology to overseas. To carry this out successfully, Amita teams up for the project with Kitakyushu city government that has tremendous administrative experiences in environmental issues.
When Amita's recycle plant starts operation in Malaysia, it will be a great opportunity for Amita to contribute to forming sustainable material chains in Malaysia.
This Article is written by Eiichi Yamato,
Overseas Business Group, Amita Corporation.