15 October 2015
Syctom, the metropolitan agency for household waste, has awarded CNIM the contract to design, build and operate its future waste sorting center in Paris
Located in the new Clichy-Batignolles quarter (17th arrondissement), this entirely automated large-capacity center will process the waste of over 900,000 residents. It will open in 2019 and employ 80 people, of which 35 will be new staff.
Paris, 15 October 2015 – CNIM is the representative of a group bringing together Urbaine de Travaux (Fayat Group), Ar-Val, INGEROP Consultancy and Engineering, SEGIC Engineering and the architectural office Ateliers Monique Labbé, which was selected unanimously by the Syctom tender committee to build its future waste sorting center in Paris’s 17th arrondissement.
To learn more read the press release.